Internet based home-learning
In our school, we subscribe to several websites which support home-school learning. Please see your child's class page for home-learning expectations. This page is for technical information - click on the icon to open further information about the software:
During the 2020 period of school closure, we recommend children access internet based home-learning using the links below. These links will take them straight to the school subscription pages and help keep them safer online.
Children across the whole school have accounts on Mathletics to play, learn and practise their maths skills.
They can play live with other children within our school, or throughout the world in a safe e-learning zone, OR
Activities are assigned by the class-teacher and checked for understanding.
We have access to the First News online newspaper. This paper is suitable for KS2 children and has weekly news, facts, quizzes and interest pieces. You need to download the app on your smartphone/tablet device (not available on laptop/PC). using your usual app store. Please contact Miss Morland via Class Dojo for your personal subscription code.
All children in our school have Purple Mash accounts so that they can use the 2Simple software that supports the full curriculum from Art to Computing to Music...
Children can use software in school or at home.
Class Dojo is not only used for our reward and behaviour system in school, but during the 2020 period of school closure is available for communicating with our teachers.
You can receive emails AND download the app on you smartphone/ tablet device.
For your personal login code see communications from the school admin team in March 2020 or email the school office.
Spag.com is a resource for Upper Key Stage 2 children to use from the Summer Term of Year 5 though out Year 6.
The tests, past papers and practise activities are assigned by the class teacher for home-school learning. https://www.spag.com
Don't forget to use your allocated SPAG study book as a reference guide.
To support safer internet use try YouTube Kids as an alternative to YouTube. This is an age appropriate platform to view videos on.
You need to download the app on your smartphone/tablet device (not available on laptop/PC) using your usual app store.
If you have any problems with access please contact the following people:
- log ins and password access - email admin team
- downloading app issues/technical information - ask Caroline Morland via Class Dojo
- understanding your child's home-learning - ask the class teacher via Class Dojo
- further queries about home-learning - ask class teacher via Class Dojo