School Closure Activities
As the school is now closed please find specific year group activities for your child to complete at home, along with the links and activities from this section of the website.
This area will be updated every Sunday evening with new challenges and activities in each of the Year Group tabs and any whole school ideas on this page ready for Monday morning.
From this week, BBC Bitesize have a new TV channel, podcasts, videos and lessons each day online. You’ll be able to access regular daily lessons in English and Maths, as well as other core subjects, in an expanded version of the website and also on special programmes broadcast on BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button.
The sector-led Oak National Academy has today launched its online classroom and resource hub. The Academy offers 180 video lessons each week for schools to use, across a broad range of subjects. The lessons cover children in Reception through to Year 10 and are free to use by both teachers and young people.
Bath University are offering a free online course that starts on 30th March for parents and professionals. Anyone can join in, but just needs to register first.
A Southampton intensive care nurse has created a book to help reduce anxiety in children caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
The free online publication, entitled Dave the Dog is worried about coronavirus, has already been downloaded 15,000 times and used in schools and nurseries prior to their closures.
It was written by Molly Watts, a staff nurse on the paediatric intensive care unit (PICU) at Southampton Children’s Hospital, who penned it after a nightshift last week.'
Amazon Audible have made all stories free to stream
There are many to choose from and cover all ages
Free stories for kids of all ages. Audible Stories is a free website where kids of all ages can listen to hundreds of Audible audio titles across six different languages—English, Spanish, French, German, Italian and Japanese—for free, so they can keep learning, dreaming and just being kids.