Home Learning

COVID-19 Additional Learning 

You will find your child’s class activities below for week commencing 18th May 2020.  These are updated on a weekly basis so please check in each Monday for an up to date list.

In addition to this learning set by the class teacher, we would also like to bring to your attention to the following links at the bottom of the page that can be used freely.



May 15th


I Spy and Count





Year 1


Practise learning these maths facts this wee1 (1)

months of the year

2 x table practise



nets of 3d shapes

maths worksheets



50 books to read in year 1




Hundred Squares


Non-negotiables writing

year 1 writing mats

phonics phase 1 – 5 sounds


Year 2

Week 7 – Year 2 – Comprehension (1)

Week 7 – Year 2 -Maths activity (1)

Week 7 – Year 2 – Writing task

Week 7 – Year 2 – Celebrations (1)


Group 1 – Summer 1 spellings

Group 2 and 3 – Summer 1 spellings

Year 2 Reading standards

Year 2 Writing expectations_

Year 2 Maths Expectations_


White Rose video Links Year 2 ( for the videos that require premium access).

Year-2 White Rose – Week 1


Year-2-White Rose Maths – Week 2


Year-2-White Rose Maths – Week 3


Year 2 – White Rose Maths – Week 4  


Lesson 1 – Multiplication sentences using the x symbol 2019

Lesson 2 – Use arrays 2019

Lesson 3 – The 2 times-table 2019

Lesson 4 – The 5 times-table 2019



Year 3

Year 3 Home Learning Activity Pack Week 7 – celebrations

Writing Criteria



White Rose worksheets and video links for year 3 – 11th May

11th May year 3 video links

11th May Lesson 1 The 4 and 8 times-tables

11th May Lesson 2 Multiply 2-digits by 1-digit (2)

11th May Lesson 3 Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (2)

11th May Lesson 4 Scaling

11 May Y3-Week-4-Answers-1


White Rose worksheets and video links for year 3 – 18th May

18 May Year-3 video links

18 May week 5 Lesson 1 – Unit and non-unit fractions

18 May white rose week 5 Lesson 2 – Making the whole

18 May white rose week 5 Lesson 3 – Tenths

18 May white rose week 5 Lesson 4 – Count in tenths

18 May Y3-Week-5-Answers



Year 4

Home Learning Activity – Week 7



Chilli Challenge Year 4 Addition Subtraction Multiplication and Division





Types of Angles Powerpoint

Adverb Sheets



Cinderella Story Powerpoint


The Legend of Robin Hood PowerPoint


Year 4 English Grammar and Punctuation Test 5



Year 5

Home Learning Activity 7

Lesson 1 Area of rectangles 2019

Lesson 2 Equivalent fractions 2019

Lesson 3 Convert between Improper and mixed numbers 2019

Lesson 4 Compare and order fractions less than 1 2019


Year 6

Year 6 Home Learning Activity – Celebrations

Lesson 1 Multiply fractions by integers 2019

Lesson 1 Answers Multiply fractions by integers 2019

Lesson 2 Multiply fractions by fractions 2019

Lesson 2 Answers Multiply fractions by fractions 2019

Lesson 3 Divide fractions by integers (2) 2019

Lesson 3 Answers Divide fractions by integers (2) 2019

Lesson 4 Fractions of an amount 2019

Lesson 4 Answers Fractions of an amount 2019



Additional Links

White Rose Maths

The White Rose Maths Team have prepared a series of five maths lessons for each year group from Year 1-6. They will be adding five more each week for the next few weeks. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully.  The website is as follows:



The Shows Must Go On!

Every Friday Andrew Lloyd Webber is releasing a musical to watch on YouTube for 48hours. See the link below.



Virtual Assemblies

You can access some new weekly virtual assemblies which will be available for you to watch and share at home.  These will be posted every Friday at 9am from our video channel:www.vimeo.com/channels/picturenews and also on our Facebook page.


Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing

The PSHE Association has some useful information and online resources which can be accessed here to support with pupils mental health and emotional wellbeing.



Petit Etoile – French

Each week, our french teacher will be providing a french lesson, including games and activities for families to do at home, a french story and a french song.  These can all be found on the following website: https://www.petite-etoile.co.uk/about


Online Safety

Alan Mackenzie, an E-safety advisor, has produced some really useful videos for parents regarding online safety during this time of school closure.  Please find the links to these videos below:

  • Parents – cutting through the online safety noise. Simple advice and guidance to keep your child safe online during the pandemic – click HERE
  • Parents – YouTube moderation – click HERE


CEOP Education Packs

CEOP (ThinkUKnow) have released another weekly activity pack for all children and young people:

4-5 year olds – click HERE
5-7 year olds – click HERE
8-10 year olds – click HERE
11-13 year olds – click HERE


Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice and support for parents and carers (NSPCC)

The NSPCC has created a number of resources to support parents and carers during this difficult time. Topics include:

  • Talking to a child worried about coronavirus
  • Parents working from home
  • Children staying home alone
  • Lockdown and separated parents
  • How to cope with tantrums and other difficult behaviour

The advice can be found on the NSPCC website here: https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/coronavirus-advice-suppport-children-families-parents/


Talking Points


These 100 ‘shorts’ are divided into 3 playlists: Age 4-7, 8-11, and 11-16. They provides a perfect introduction to philosophy for younger and older children alike, modelling discussion and argument through colourful, fun characters and irresistible questions.

Use at home…

To use with children at home, simply press play. Afterwards, ask them for their opinion. Do they agree with Spot or Stripe and why? Do they have another angle on the question? Fun conversation can be enjoyed as a family, or with two more siblings talking together. It can be fun for parents to take the opposite point of view for the sake of argument.



An increasing amount of resources have been produced by NATRE (National Association of Teachers of RE), which can be used to support home learning.



PSHE Association

During this challenging period, many young people are missing out on some of their usual interactions with friends and family. These home learning lessons for members focus on the positive ways that our ‘special people’ care for one another, especially in families and friendships. They encourage pupils to consider the most important aspects of maintaining positive relationships and reflect on how this can be challenging at times of change or uncertainty.

In the key stage 1 lesson pupils learn to:

·  identify people who are special to them.

·  explain what makes them special and why they are important to them.

·  describe how their special people care for them.

·  recognise how they can show they care for their special people too.

In the key stage 2 lesson pupils learn to

·  identify the qualities of positive friendships and family relationships.

·  explain how friends and family show they value and care for each other.

·  describe what is most important in a friendship or family relationship.

·  recognise that friendships and family relationships may change for different reasons and how to manage this.