All children should also have their individual logins at home for the following learning platforms (please contact their teacher if you do not have these):
Ways to help your child at home
In order to promote regular reading, we ask every child to read for at least twenty minutes a day at home. This could be independent reading, reading with a sibling or adult or shared reading (you read a bit, they read a bit). Please ensure that the new reading records are signed every time they read. For every five entries in the reading record, children will earn a raffle ticket which gives them the chance to win a book at the end of each term.
- Encourage children to blend words that they find tricky and ask questions to check their reading comprehension.
Practise Lexia (if this applies to your child).
Practise spellings regularly.
Practise Times Tables using Times Table Rockstars.
Practise mental addition/subtraction and number bonds with Numbots (Same login as TTRockstars).
Use Doodle, little and often, to support your child's progression in Maths, English and Spelling.
For your mental health, use Headspace Mindfulness website. There are many great techniques for calming a busy mind and centering yourself.
If you would like some ideas for Mindfulness activities at home, click here.
Keep up with your children's right to be informed by watching a kid-friendly news programme each day. Click here for CBBC Newsround or here for the Good News Network.
- Watch these TED talks about different aspects of the Growth Mindset. Then watch them again :)
Arithmetic Papers - Answers included
Correct the Spelling Mistakes - Answers included
Ideas for looking after the planet
Ensuring you and your house are 'in the know' about the UN's Rights of a child.
Maths and English: