Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Due to current government guidance schools will be closing until further notice.
As an ongoing commitment to your children/s education we have provided a range of learning activities below that you can engage with within the home setting.
Please find included on this page any resources mentioned within the letter sent home on Friday 20th March 2020. This page will be kept upto date with learning tasks for you to complete at home, during the period of the school closure. Please find below another copy of the letter sent out for each year group.
Latest Home Learning Challenges Monday 13th July 2020 – Friday 17th July 2020.
Latest Home Learning Challenges Monday 6th July 2020 – Friday 10th July 2020.
Latest Home Learning Challenges Monday 29th June 2020 – Friday 3rd July 2020.
Latest Home Learning Challenges Monday 22nd June 2020 – Friday 26th June 2020.
Latest Home Learning Challenges Monday 15th June 2020 – Friday 19th June 2020.
Latest Home Learning Challenges for Year 6 Monday 8th June 2020 – 12th June 2020
In the document below, please find home learning challenges to mirror, where possible, the learning that will be completed within the school for Year 6 this week. We have included links to documents which are free for you to access.
Latest Home Learning Challenges Monday 1st June 2020 – Friday 12th June 2020.
Latest Home Learning Challenges Monday 18th May 2020 – Friday 29th May 2020.
Latest Home Learning Challenges Monday 4th May 2020 – Friday 15th May 2020.
Home Learning Challenges Monday 20th April 2020 – Friday 1st May 2020.
Previous Home Learning challenges.
Home Learning Information
Remember to Read, read, read and read (Don’t forget to record this in your child’s reading log, if they don’t have their reading log at home, or it has been misplaced, please record on a piece of paper when your child has read.
Download the ‘Teach your Monster to read’ app on your computer/laptop for free to support with phonics and word reading. https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/accounts/sign_up
Use the picture prompt in your book or pictures from the link below, can you:
- write a setting description.
- write a diary entry
- write a story
- write a newspaper report
- write a poem
Please see the letters for more focused information regarding what your child has been learning over the last weeks in the letters above.
- Visit Timestable Rockstars or Numbots! https://ttrockstars.com/ Can you beat your time https://numbots.com/ Login using your Timestable Rockstar login
- Visit Topmarks – select a category within your child’s age range https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/ordering-and-sequencing-numbers
- Visit Oxford Owl https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/kids-activities/fun-maths-games-and-activities/
- NRICH Problem Solving https://nrich.maths.org/8769
Please find the current spring term knowledge organiser for your child’s year group below:
The line of enquiry for your child’s class next half term is:
Year 1 – Seasons and Weather – How do they affect us?
Year 2 – Seaside History – How have things changed?
Year 3 – Is rubbish always rubbish?
Year 4 – What’s the state of matter?
Year 5 – Would you want to be a fisherman?
Year 6 – How does modern Islam compare to the modern day Islamic age?
What can you find out? Record key facts/findings in your book. Could you turn this into your own knowledge organiser?
Websites for you and your child to access.
Please click the link below for a range of websites. These have been selected by teachers with Northfield St. Nicholas Primary Academy and recommendations from REAch2.
If you have any safeguarding or child welfare concerns people contact Customer First on 0808 800 4005
Please also see guidance below:
How you can help
The greatest support that you can offer is by being vigilant and that you are familiar with the latest government guidance on travel restrictions by following the below link.
The Government guidance for education setting contains some practical guidance on preventing spread, which we would like to share with all parents / guardians.
Preventing spread of infection
There are general principles anyone can follow to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses, including:
- washing your hands often – with soap and water, or use alcohol sanitiser if handwashing facilities are not available. This is particularly important after taking public transport
- covering your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throwing the tissue in a bin. See Catch it, Bin it, Kill it
- people who feel unwell should stay at home and should not attend work or any education or childcare setting
- use an alcohol-based hand sanitiser that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available
- avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
- avoid close contact with people who are unwell
- clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
- if you are worried about your symptoms or those of a child or colleague, please call NHS 111. Do not go directly to your GP or other healthcare environment
If you do have any questions about your child’s learning, please email us using the following address to ensure that your quieres are forwarded to the appropriate place.
We appreciate your support.