In an effort to support families during a period of closure or self-isolation, we have linked to some useful online learning resources below. If you need any help with accessing any resources, please email the school office.
Full details of our approach to online learning are available here.
During the first weeks of the new academic year, all children were introduced to Google Classroom. We are paying this platform to share work for children during lockdown. Mr Smith has created a short video explaining its use which is available on the news pages: https://www.epjs.co.uk/News/Using-Google-Classroom/.
During school hours, or during periods where the school is forcibly closed, you can access the Accelerated Reader website here. Children will need to use their normal login and can complete quizzes on any books they have read. There are also interesting non-fiction articles which can be read online and quizzes completed.
The ReadTheory website also offers reading comprehension practice and quizzes.
The Pobble365 website shares a daily photograph, and lots of prompts to get children thinking about ideas to write about and improve their sentences.
Numbots website. This contains games that allow children to practise their rapid recall of number bonds (addition and subtraction facts) so they can learn them by heart, which helps with more rapid maths work in other areas.All children have a login to the
TimesTables Rockstars website, where they can practice their recall of times tables and division facts.Children can use their Numbots login to also access the
Hit the Button is another great website for practising number knowledge, including number bonds, tables and division.
No login is required.
In school we use Language Angels to teach Spanish. The website has a pupil games area where children can practise the language from the topics we have covered so far: greetings, numbers, animals and fruits.
School login needed.
Hour of Code website offers short computer coding projects for pupils of all ages. Each project is designed to be achievable in an hour, but often you can find that you spent a lot longer exploring.
Seneca website has many free resources for junior-age pupils, including sections for English and Maths in Years 3/4 and Years 5/6. You can access many of these without logging in, although you can choose to create your own login at home. Year 6 pupils may find this website particularly helpful for revision.The
You can also find some online games for various subjects below: