Home Learning Activities

To help pupils continue to learn from home, parents can access our RMUnify page which has many of the resources that we use in class.  Details will be sent to parents about how to help your child/children to sign in via Parentmail.

 

Opportunities for home learning and e-learning


Here are a list of suggested websites and activities that you might want to do with your child if you are in self-isolation or school has been closed.
A copy of the Curriculum Overviews, which show what the children are learning can be found on our website here.

This is a link to the home page we use at school https://tawe018.rmunify.com and can be used to access the sites listed below.

If your child is in years 3 to 6 they can then login with their own username and password that they use at school when they log in to the laptops.
Children in reception to year 2 will need support
 
From here you can find links to several websites that we have subscriptions for and shouldn’t need a password for.
· Purplemash – a great site that has games and activities for all curriculum areas and year groups.
· Discovery Education – The children will know this as Espresso. It has lots of videos, activities, games linked to all subject areas from reception to year 6.
· Topmarks – this has lots of links to curriculum areas and websites that offer educational games. No password is needed.
· Children’s University – Aimed at KS2 children, this has a range of topics from history to science. Explore and find out more. No password needed.
· Scratch – a computer coding site that the children love. Lots of them have an account linked to their class where they can share their projects. Be creative.
· Phonics Play - Choose the ‘Free Phonics Play’ button.
· BBC schools – links to the bbc bitesize website, which has videos and factfiles linked to all curriculum subjects, from reception to year 6.
· TT Rockstars – aimed at year 3 to 6 pupils. Children all have their own login which has been given to them recently by their teacher. How fast can you go?
· I learn 2 – a site we use for teaching computing. The children can explore free sections if they click on the pupils' section.

Activities to try: 
Writing Ideas – This is a fabulous site to give you ideas for writing stories: http://www.pobble365.com/
Choose a picture you like and look at some of the activities, you might create a picture, write a poem, or carry on a story.
If you are able to do things in the garden or outside you might try some of these: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/50-things-to-do