We hope that you are well and staying safe! But most of all we hope that these pages are no longer needed… However, if some of our pupils have to be sent home to self-isolate, then this is where you will find what you need to work at home.
Home Learning Resources
We have collated some resources to help you to help you child at home. There are a variety of links to videos, worksheets and online activities that should keep you busy. Don’t try and do everything, a little learning is better than none at all… (See the links at the bottom of this page or use the Home Learning drop down menu).
Talking about Coronavirus
You may be finding life unsettling right now and be worried about Coronavirus and how it might affect your family and friends. Here are some resources you might find useful to support you in thinking and talking about this virus and in staying calm and positive. (These are all external links. Click on the image to go the page).
Coronavirus – A Book for Children
You may find this book useful to help explain why we have to stay away from each other to stay safe.
The Stay at Home Superheroes
This book from Sophie Marsh is aimed at younger children and explains how by staying at home we are all helping to keep everybody safe.
Covibook from Mindheart Kids
This book has activities to do as well as explaining all about the coronavirus.
Some people have found this video made by Playmobil helpful to explain what the coronavirus is.
Konnie Huq explains coronavirus
Children’s TV presenter, Konnie Huq, has made a video to answer questions such as: What is Coronavirus? Where did it come from? How does it spread? How do we get it to go away?
CAMHS have pulled together some resources to help children and families cope with stress and anxiety at this time.
Don’t forget to stay safe online as well!
Here is a link to the latest government guidance for keeping children safe online.
See our Online Safety Page as well to get more help and advice on staying safe online.