Please click on the relevant year team to access our remote learning lesson plans and information for parents.
Autumn 2021 Remote Learning
Links to Curriculum Subject Activities
Links to Useful Websites
CEOP Home Activity Worksheets Thanks to Miss Wakefield for providing this link
National Geographic Kids Thanks to Mrs Gallois for providing this link
National Geographic Kids - History Thanks to Mrs Gallois for providing this link
Natural History Museum Dinosaur Activities Thanks to Mrs Gallois for providing this link
EYFS Play and Learning Activities Thanks to Mrs Boyden for providing this link
Science STEM Activities Thanks to Mrs Deery for providing this link
The PE Curriculum
During these really challenging times, Physical Education is needed more than ever. During Lockdown 1 only 19% of children met CMO guidelines of 60 mins of daily physical activity. It is also clear that Lockdown 1 had a significant impact on children's mental health. The Challenge for all of us now is to prevent any further decline in activity levels (at home and in school). The prioritisation of Physical Education and daily physical activity is vital in supporting children's wellbeing through this lockdown.
Ian Roberts - Specialist Adviser for PE & School Sport
Cambridgeshire County Council
Below are examples of good PE at home websites:
Cambs United PE Challenges
CUCT PE: How to test and improve your reaction time
This short video gives advce on ways to test and improve your reaction time. Thank you Freddie for being our PE Star. Click this link to access the CUCT PE.
Cambridgeshire County Council Parents Guide
Below you will find resources and links for different physical activity ideas that children (and adults!) can take part in whilst learning from home.
Home Learning Physical Activities
SEND during Covid-19
SEND Local Offer
A Local Offer gives children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities and their families information about what support services the local authority think will be available in their local area. The COVID-19 Cambridgeshire Local offer page has been updated. Please click here for up-to-date service information.
British Dyslexia Society The British Dyslexia Association (BDA) has been the voice of dyslexic people since 1972. We are a membership organisation working to achieve a dyslexia-friendly society for all.
National Autistic SocietyThe Cambridge Branch of the National Autistic Society provides support to individuals of all ages with autism, and their families and carers, and campaigns for better local services for those living with autism in Cambridgeshire.
Parent Partnership Service (Now also known as SEND Information & Advice Service) Confidential and impartial advice and support service for information and guidance on SEN and Disability issues, eligibility and entitlements.
Pinpoint An independent information, support and involvement network run by parents for parents, giving you the chance to share experiences and knowledge. Monthly support groups for parents of children with ASD / ADHD held in Huntingdon and Cambridge.
If you have any questions about SEN support for you or your child please email our SEND Team using email@example.com. Your email will then be passed onto the relevant member of staff. We will endeavour to answer all emails within 48hrs.
Tips and Advice
Many children at school access various support systems either regularly or on an 'as needed' basis. Whilst we can also offer remote support via our Family Liaison Officer, below are some resources which you may wish to use to help support your child/ren at home.
These are free resources and support: ELSA, sensory, SEND and Speech and Language.
Social and Emotional Support
Below are links to websites which can support you and your child/ren during these very challenging times.
Young Minds Starting a Conversation
Young Minds What to do next
Creative Ways to Cope ft. Sanah Ahsan | Voice Box | Childline
Creativity can mean different things. It can involve art, words or movement. Join James and Sanah over on youtube.com/childline where they talk about how being creative could change your mood.
Physical and Sensory Support
Sensory Circuits is a short and snappy sensory motor skills programme that helps to set children up for a school day.
Children participate in a 10-15 minute session of activities designed to improve brain processing efficiency, and they generally find that the circuits is a fun way to start the day.
How to sensory circuits for beginners tutorial
Learn how the basics about sensory circuits, how to do them and a demonstration showing our circuit full of examples.
NHS Sensory Motor Circuits
Speech and Language support
NHS Specialist Services Children's Speech and Language Therapy/Activities ideas and information at home
5 ideas for STORIES in SPEECH THERAPY
Sharing stories together is a great way to target speech and language therapy goals. In this video I share with you 5 of the ways that I use stories in ther...
Speech & Language ideas: things to do with a cardboard box
Kids love playing with big cardboard boxes! In this video I share activity ideas for three stages of language development: first word learners, simple phras...
Walk and Talk: speech and language activities
There's so many ways that we can encourage speech and language when we're out on a walk. I've used some of these ideas in outdoor speech and language therap...
How to teach taking turns
Does your child struggle to share their toys and take turns with others? It can be a tricky thing to learn, especially if you have difficulties communicatin...
Speech and Language Therapy activity with Peppa Pig
Here's a sneak peek at a Speech and Language Therapy activity from my week. If your child is learning to make simple requests and using some single words, t...