In the event of the school being partially or fully closed, or if a child is absent for an extended period due to self-isolation guidance, please see below for information on learning ideas and links to resources to support your child’s learning at home.
Please understand that it would be impossible to replicate a full school based curriculum through education in a home environment. Our aim is to provide a wide variety of ideas through web-based resources and printable resources that can be completed on screen or in your child’s ‘home learning’ book provided.
If you and your child wish to send learning back to the class teacher for them to look at after the school has reopened or while your child is absent, please use your child’s class ‘Google Classroom’ or the class email address.
Baldock Partnership of Schools – Useful contacts and helplines
Ashwell School – Class Activity Ideas
- Nursery Home learning Ideas
- Reception Home learning Ideas
- Year 1 Home Learning ideas
- Year 2 Home Learning ideas
- Year 3 Home Learning ideas
- Year 4 Home Learning ideas
- Year 5 Home Learning ideas
- Year 6 Home Learning ideas
COVID-19 Educational Resources – To support explain the pandemic and COVID-19 to your child
We are extremely aware that should your child be off of school – physical activity is essential in keeping well and healthy.
GoNoodle: Obviously nothing is going to be a full replacement for good, old-fashioned fresh air and time outside. But if the weather isn’t cooperating with your social distancing plans and is forcing you to stay inside, give GoNoodle a shot. Recommended by teachers who use it in their own classrooms, GoNoodle is a great resource for getting kids up and moving with fun, colourful, musical games and activities.
Also worth a try: http://www.yogabugs.com
Why not play this Fitness Monopoly
FOR ALL AGES – A wide range of resources / activities and games covering a variety of curriculum areas
Practise your multiplication tables and have fun (Y3-6 children have a login): https://ttrockstars.com/
Access the Ashwell Purple Mash Portal with your child’s log in to find a huge range of activities and tools. Teachers will also set “2Dos” on here: https://www.purplemash.com/sch/ashwell
EYFS-Home-Learning-Pack Includes Maths / Phonics / Practical Ideas
Key Stage 1
Year 1 Home Learning Pack Includes Maths / Grammar / Reading / Practical Ideas
Year 2 Home Learning Pack Includes Maths / Grammar / Reading / Practical Ideas
Key Stage 2
Year 3 Home Learning Pack Includes Maths / Grammar / Reading / Practical Ideas
Year 4 Home Learning Pack Includes Maths / Grammar / Reading / Practical Ideas
Year 5 Home Learning Pack Includes Maths / Grammar / Reading / Practical Ideas
Year-6-Home-Learning-Pack Includes Maths / Grammar / Reading / Practical Ideas
In addition to the ideas above, Twinkl have also set up free learning resources for parents to access to support home learning from EYFS right through to KS3/4. Access is easy to set up and you just need to set up an account yourselves via the link below using the code UKTWINKLHELPS
Go to: www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS
https://hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk/#information – The Government’s Hungry Little Minds campaign suggests a range of activities for children from 0 to 5. The website includes a list of apps that could be used at home on suitable devices.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary – This covers both key stage 1 (KS1) and KS2 (KS2) for a wide range of subjects
https://www.nationalnumeracy.org.uk/ – This is a really good website with lots of useful resources. It is designed to raise standards of numeracy across the country for both children and adults and it has specific areas for parents who want to help their children.
https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ – The school subscribe to this site and each child has their own log-in details. If you aren’t sure of the log in for your child, please check in their homework folder or speak with your child’s teacher.
Websites to support phonics and reading
Websites to support times tables
Websites to support maths fluency
Websites to support computing
If you are feeling more confident, please remember that you can access more details curriculum content for your child’s year group in our curriculum section of the website and use this as a basis for teaching core skills.