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Below are a varied range of website links and documents, which have been selected by class teachers, to help parents and carers whilst our children are away from school during these uncertain times.

These will be updated and reviewed regularly, but please, if there are any queries with any of the documents or links, contact your child's class teacher via their email.  Details of the teaching staff email addresses can be found by clicking the link below.

Childrens Guide to Coronavirus

Collective Worship

Easter Story Colouring Sheet

COMPETITION!!!

Rotary Club of Babbacombe and St Marychurch Lockdown Competition

The aim of this competition is to allow the younger members of our community to express how they feel about the lockdown that we are living in, during the Covid-19 virus. For ease we have split this into key stages with descriptions of entries for each.

 

Please look at the PDF below for further details.

Picture News

13th-19th July

Story: A new traffic light safety system, awarding different colours to countries depending on the number of coronavirus cases there has been announced by the UK government.

Question: Are holidays important?

6th - 12th July

Story: A red, white and blue paint job on the Prime Minister's plane has recently been revealed.

Question: How important are first impressions?

29th June - 5th July

Story: Many statues around the world have been questioned for their purpose and value in recent weeks.

Question: Why do we have statues?

22nd - 28th June 2020

Story: Following a three-month closure period, Chester Zoo and many other zoos have been allowed to reopen.

Question: Should zoos have been allowed to reopen earlier?

15th - 21st June 2020

Story: One parent’s solution to helping her children manage money during the lockdown period was to buy a vending machine for the family!

Question: How should we learn to manage our money?

8th - 14th June

Story: As some children return to school, we think about how our routines have changed during this time.

Question: How important is it to have a routine?

1st-7th June

Story: There has been a huge increase in people wanting to work in the healthcare sector recently.

Question:  Why do people choose the jobs they do?

25th - 31st May

Story: The spread of fake news is spreading quicker than normal in current times.

Question:  Should we always believe what we hear from the news?

18th - 24th May

Story: An Italian architect designs a new way of living.

Question:  If you could live anywhere, where would it be?

11th - 17th May

Story: A new set of satellites will provide all corners of the world with internet access!

Question:  Who does outer space belong to?

4th May 2020

Story: The 75th Anniversary of VE Day

Question: What is VE Day?

28th April 2020

Captain Tom Moore Special and Newspaper Challenge!

Question: How can one person make a big difference?

27th April – 3rd May 

Video Games

Story: The sale of video games has increased by 44% in the UK during the lockdown period.

Question:  Are video games the next best thing to our real lives?

This week’s Virtual Assembly is now live on the Picture News Vimeo channel!

20th -26th April

Places We Go 

Story: According to Google Maps, travel has decreased by around 85% around the UK.

Question:  Do we think people will travel less in the future?

This week’s Virtual Assembly is now live on the Picture News Vimeo channel!

Home Learning

 

Working Remote – COVID 19 Principles

  1. You are not “Teaching at Home”, you are “At your home, during a crisis, trying to support your children”.
  2. Your personal physical, mental, and emotional health is far more important than anything else right now.
  3. You should not try to compensate for lost productivity by working longer hours.
  4. You will be kind to yourself and not judge how you are coping based on how you see others coping.
  5. You will be kind to others and not judge how they are coping based on how you are coping.
  6. Your children's success will not be measured the same way it was when things were normal.

 

This is a recommended timetable that your child could follow to ensure they keep up with their learning whilst based at home.

Academic time includes work from Showbie or any activity listed below.

Please do not be overwhelmed by the number of resources that we have listed on here; we have uploaded so many documents to provide the children with plenty of choice.  Children may have a specific area they feel they want to practice, so they could focus on those resources.  

We are by no means expecting all of the tasks listed within each year group to be completed, please just choose what your child wishes to do and find the right balance for them.

 

Any questions you may have please email your child's teacher (email contacts are found following the Class and Team Information link above) or asked during contact with the home/school team.

 

Website links and ideas for all age groups.

Education Sites 

Places of Interest

To access, click on the link then:

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Password:  6Ef-2Cz#g*

Languages

Reading

Pod Casts

Resources

History and Geography

Health and Well Being

Jigsaw PSHE

 

The Jigsaw Big Sing

 

Jigsaw will shortly be launching the Jigsaw Big Sing…the Jigsaw song, Together as One, which seems appropriate at this time, they will be shared through their Stuck at Home web pages (with suggested learning activities). Jigsaw will invite people to learn the song and video themselves singing it, sending them the video so they can share the Jigsaw Big Sing with the world.


 

Art and Creative Ideas

Writing

Interacive Learning for All Subjects

Maths

D&T, Science and Computing

Music

Charanga Music Information - log in details have been sent out.

Home Learning Work

Nursery

EYFS

Year 1 

Year 1 Home Learning 28.4.20

Year 1 children now have access to Diagnostic Questions.  The log in details for each child will be either stuck in the back of the reading diary or emailed directly to parents on Monday 23rd March.

Year 2

Year 2 Home Learning 28.4.20

Year 2 children now have access to Diagnostic Questions.  The log in details for each child will be either stuck in the back of the reading diary or emailed directly to parents on Monday 23rd March.

Lower Key Stage 2 (Year 3 & 4)

Year 3

Year 4

Upper Key Stage 2 (Year 5 & 6)

Please do not be overwhelmed by the number of resources that we have listed on here; we have uploaded so many documents to provide the children with plenty of choice.  Children may have a specific area they feel they want to practice, so they could focus on those resources.  

We are by no means expecting all of the tasks listed within each year group to be completed, please just choose what your child wishes to do and find the right balance for them.

 

Any questions you may have please email your child's teacher (email contacts are found following the Class and Team Information link above) or asked during contact with the home/school team.

Summer Term Pack - Year 5 & 6 - 17.4.20

Year 5

Diagnostic Questions - Year 5 have access and will have tasks set on here.

Year 6

Diagnostic Questions - Year 6 have access and will have tasks set on here.

School Motto

Love. Joy. Peace. Kindness

Mission Statement

"Do not be afraid, do not be discouraged, for the lord your god will be with you wherever you go." (Joshua 1:9)

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