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Sir John Heron Primary School

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Learning at Home

 

COVID-19 guidance reminder

Stay at home

  • Only go outside for food, health reasons or work (but only if you cannot work from home)
  • If you go out, stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other people at all times
  • Wash your hands as soon as you get home
  • Do not meet others, even friends or family.

 

You can spread the virus even if you don’t have symptoms.

 

Ensure you and your children are washing hands more regularly and for 20 seconds to try and stop the spread of COVID-19. 

 

Teach your children how to wash their hands correctly using this video:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQCP7waTRWU&feature=youtu.be

Home learning activities available for each key stage - click below

List of online education resources for online learning from the government

 

Click here to access

Printing

You do not need to print off the resources put on the school website for home learning and it's better if you don't for the environment! Instead children can have the activities on screen in front of them and then complete each activity (such as writing the answers down) on piece of paper. 

Downloadable learning packs for EYFS, KS1 and KS2

Reading at home

It is very important parent/ carers read with their children at home for at least 20 minutes everyday.

Please read the books (such as the RWI books) sent home from school with them - children can read these books more than once as its develops their fluency and comprehension of what they are reading. Once children have finished reading these books, there are lots of eBooks which children can read from websites such as Oxford Reading Owl (see below for further information) and there are many audio books which they can listen to  (all children's audio books from Audible are currently free to access). Listen to children read or parents/carers reading to their children is just one important aspect of helping children to read. Talking to children about what they have read is also very important - parents/ carers can ask them questions about what they have read (below are some questions which can be asked), ask their opinions (eg likes/ dislikes), make predictions, summarise, discuss the meaning of unknown words. Children who have phonics lessons (RWI) should also continue to practice their sounds and blending (putting sounds together in order to read a word) - see below for further information about phonics learning at home.  

Online RWI (phonics) lessons for EYFS and KS1 children

Click below for more information and the sound sets:

Non screen activities
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