Summer events & activities 2020
On this page you will discover many links to local attractions, websites to help with learning and inspiration for the summer weeks ahead...
Calling all our artists, writers and researchers!
We would like you to research your class animal and produce something that showcases what you have learnt. This could be in the form of a sculpture, a fact file, a colourful informative poster or a piece of artwork. This really is your chance to show us what you can do - time to get creative! We look forward to seeing your creations
Following are some links that will help with continuing to learn at home and for when you're out and about exploring our local area
Active East Riding – East Riding site with good ideas for activities during the ‘stay at home’ period.
Classroom Secrets – This is a Government Department for Education recommended site which is currently providing some good, free home learning resources.
BBC Daily Lessons – The BBC’s new resource of daily lessons for learning from home. They aren’t linked directly to the home learning activities we are setting, but look great for an extra lesson if you need one!
Usborne – Play and Learn at Home – Lots of activities, ideas and things to do when learning from home. All free.
Barefoot Computing – Home based activities based on computational thinking.
TT Rock Stars – A great site for practicing Times Tables skills.
East Riding Libraries – Join the library and make use of their free ebooks BorrowBox app.
Usborne Books are currently selling all their ebooks for 98p on Amazon Kindle and Google Play ebook stores. These can be read on any devices using the relevant apps.
Twinkl – Sign up for a month’s free ‘ultimate’ parent access account and find lots of resources you can use with your child. Use the code PARENTSTWINKLHELPS when you sign up.
Out Of The Ark – Music at home for when you’d like to brighten up your day with some musical activities!
Khan Academy – a totally free education system covering large areas of the curriculum with apps for all devices.
Khan Academy Kids – Khan academy for children aged 2-7.
Numbots – a maths practice game. Children can use their Numbots or TT Rockstars log in to gain access.