Home Learning – COVID-19

The school is currently closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

To support home learning, we are sending out daily updates via ClassDojo which are tailored to the class and year group. This is a difficult time for parents and children as you all adapt to a new way of learning. You will need to find your own way of working that is most successful for you and your family.

Class teachers can be accessed through ClassDojo. Just send a message and the teacher will get back to you as soon as they can. You can also contact the school by e-mail: office@st-matthews.kent.sch.uk

Daily plans are being sent out via ClassDojo. Any planning that is for longer term will be posted on the website for reference.

Term 6 Plans

Plans for w/b 3.7.20

Year 3

 

Year 1 Term 6 medium term plan

Year 2 Term 6 Medium Term Plan

Term 5 Plans

Year group plans for term 5

Year 6 Term 5 Home Schooling Support weekly structure

Year 2 Term 5 Medium Term Plan

Year 1 Term 5 medium term plan

Reception Term 5 Medium term plan Minibeasts

 

The following resources will be useful to parents:

This letter was sent out by the school at the point schools closed: Home learning Suggestions

A useful set of Maths websites: Maths resources for pupils to access

Reading websites:

Accelerated Reader: The link to our site so children can complete quizzes: https://ukhosted43.renlearn.co.uk/2240940/

Linked to Accelerated Reader a selection of ebooks can be found here https://readon.myon.co.uk/

P.E links sent through by Youth Sport Trust: P.E Links

Music & singing https://www.singup.org/singupathome/

Dear Parents and Carers,
These resources have been sent to schools from the Specialist Teacher Service at Broomhill Bank.  There are some great ideas for home learning and for supporting children who may be feeling anxious or struggling emotionally at this time.  Resources will be added to this list as we receive them.
Miss Lumley – Inclusion Leader
breathing technique sheet (1)
Coronavirus and UK schools closures – support and advice
coronavirus-mental-health-and-wellbeing-resources
decatastrophizing_en-us (1) home school timetable example keep-it-moving-exercise-game (1)
Quick body scan
SEN Resources from the Specialist Teacher Service at Broomhill Bank
Sensory Processing Exercise Ideas
simon-says PE at home (1)
Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertian Times Full Packet (2)
Zones of Regulation for home
Coronavirus and UK schools closures – support and advice (2)
coronavirus-mental-health-and-wellbeing-resources (2)
visual timetable support
Nuffield Health – As an extension to SWAP, their School Wellbeing Activity Programme, they have created a wellbeing journal filled with challenges and activities to keep children happy, healthy and active whilst at home.
We have had further resources from the Specialist Teaching Service that may prove useful.
Behavioural-Sleep-Problems-Children
bereavement_box-booklet-cov19-edition-2020-web
cardiff__vale_resource_-__covid-19
Kent-handbook-for-families-autism-adhd-in-children
Non-screen activities to do at home
Resources from The Specialist Teacher Service 3
Click here for a useful website to support those with speech and language needs: