Home learning and wellbeing resources

In light of Coronavirus, we have provided home learning resources for children to complete while the school is closed. These activities are not compulsory but have been put together to provide as much academic stability for your child as possible when out of school.

Below you will find a letter with guidance along with the resources. Clicking on the links will automatically download the resources as PDF files to view. If you are unable to access PDF files then please email admin@heathcoat.devon.sch.uk.

Useful websites list

PE/exercise activities list

Home learning activities

Year 6 Home Learning Week 7

Internet Scavenger Hunt

Lessons 1 to 4

River wildlife PDFs

See What I See FINAL – parent-teacher version – leaflet

Year 1 home learning wk 6

Mrs Bard reads ‘Zog

Miss Daniel reads ‘The Lazy Ladybird

w/c 27 April 2020

Nursery

Nursery Home Learning Week 4

Reception

Reception Home Learning Week 4

Year 1

Y1 Home Learning Week 4

Year 1 Phonics Home Learning

Year 2

Year 2 home learning week 4

Year 3

Year 3 home learning week 4

Year 4

Food-Chain-Worksheet

Scavenger Hunt

Week 4 Home Learning

Year 5

English and spelling

History and RE

Maths

Year 6

Home Learning Week 4

Resources week 4 – Science

Resources Week 4 – Spelling

Resources week 4 – English

w/c 20 April 2020

Nursery

Nursery Home Learning Week 3

Reception

Reception Home Learning Week 3

Year 1

Y1 Home Learning Week 3

Year 2

Year 2 Home Learning Week 3 20.4.20

Year 3

year 3 week 3(1)

year 3 and 4 spelling list

Year 4

Year 4 Home Learning Week 3

year 3 and 4 spelling list

Year 5

St George Reading Comprehension Activity

saint-georges-day

Spelling 20.4.20

long multiplication sheets

Locate Countries that celebrate the Patron Saint George

Furniture Poem

20 April _ 24 April Y5 Home Learning

Year 5 and 6 spelling list

Year 6

Home Learning Week 3 Yr 6

home learning – food diary – week 3

Year 5 and 6 spelling list

w/c 13 April 2020

Online Resources to support Home Learning v3

Nursery

Nursery Home Learning Week 2

Reception

Reception home learning Week 2 13.4.20

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Year 1

Y1 Home Learning Week 2

Year 1 Phonics Home Learning

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Year 2

Home Learning Week 2 13.4.20

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Year 3

year 3 home learning week 2

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Year 4

Week 2 Home learning Year 4 wc13.04.20

Week 2 year 4 resources

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Year 5

Week 2 yr 5

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Year 6

Home Learning Week 2 Yr 6

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Additional learning activities

Some extra resources if parents wish to use them.

N1

Home learning letter

Maths – separate a group of objects

Maths – find one more or one less

Maths – counting two groups of objects to find the total

Plants and growth

Jasper’s beanstalk

General sound discrimination – body percussion

General sound discrimination – instrumental sounds

Voice sounds

White Rose Maths early years

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N2

Home learning letter

Maths – separate a group of objects

Maths – counting up to 10

Maths – find one more or one less

Plants and growth

Jasper’s beanstalk

Phonics – I spy with my little eye

Phonics – oral blending and segmenting

White Rose Maths early years

BBC School Radio – Dance: Time to Move

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Year 2

Home learning pack

White Rose Maths

BBC School Radio – Dance: Time to Move

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Year 3

Accelerated reader letter

Home learning pack

Spellings

White Rose Maths

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Year 4

Accelerated reader letter

Home learning pack

Computing project

White Rose Maths

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Year 5

Accelerated reader letter

Home learning pack

Computing project

White Rose Maths

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Year 6

Accelerated reader letter

Home learning pack

Computing project

White Rose Maths

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RCPCH

Stay at home activities for children and young people to support their health. Please see below link to activities shared by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
 
https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/resources/stay-home-activities-children-young-people

Open Minds

Open Minds is an early intervention service that supports the emotional wellbeing and development of young people. Starting from the week beginning 30th March, it will be offering 40-minute online sessions via Zoom for parents, carers and education professionals.

The themed sessions every Tuesday and Thursday afternoons will help children and families find a sense of calm and manage this tricky time. There will be different tools to take away and use in every session.

£3 per session. To book please email malouopenminds@outlook.com. Find out more at www.openmindsuk.org.uk.

 real PE at home

real PE at home includes an online programme which supports families to be active, play and learn together. It includes a programme specifically for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 with 12 themes, 6 areas, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity. This programme is also great for family play and fun.

It also includes a programme for children in Key Stage 2, with daily and weekly guidance provided for both programmes (starting from this week) in addition to an option to choose your own themes and activities.

There are so many benefits to being active, not only to our physical wellbeing but also to our emotional and mental health, especially in such testing times for all of us. We hope that the ideas help support you and your family to stay fit and healthy in the coming months. Here are the details to access real PE at home:

The website address is: home.jasmineactive.com 
Parent email:parent@heathcoatp-1.com
Password: heathcoatp

Digital library books

If you’re a member of the Devon library service, you can download a selection of digital books via the ‘Libby’ app.

Apple app store (iPhone/iPad)
Google play store (Android phones/tablets)

• Once downloaded, search ‘Devon libraries’

• Choose ‘Devon Library and Information Services’

• Log in using your library card number.

Oxford Owl

Parents are also able to access books linked to coloured book bands through the ‘Oxford Owl’ learning platform. Link – https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/  Register for an account – it is free.

First click on the tab ‘Browse ebooks’ and then select an age group. On the next page, click on ‘levels’ and then select ‘Book bands’ to see the colours that your child will be used to.

Oxford Owl also has a wealth of other resources which will support you at home, including some good information about phonics for parents. Click on the ‘Phonics Guide’ section.

Scholastic

Years Pack:                       https://resource-bank.scholastic.co.uk/resources/439122

Key Stage 1 Pack:            https://resource-bank.scholastic.co.uk/resources/439121

Lower Key Stage 2 Pack: https://resource-bank.scholastic.co.uk/resources/439120

Upper Key Stage 2 Pack: https://resource-bank.scholastic.co.uk/resources/439108

Note you can also buy additional resources from the online Scholastic Shop, and we can earn 25% rewards from orders placed over £10. At checkout it will ask parents/carers to donate rewards to a school of their choice. Online shop link – https://shop.scholastic.co.uk/

Supporting Speech and Language needs at home

We are pleased to announce that the team at Speech and Language Link have provided a range of materials which can be accessed by parents via the Parent Portal. The link for this is https://speechandlanguage.info/parents

If your child is currently completing targeted support for speech development or language skills from any of our staff then this will provide you with some activities that you can continue at home during this period.

Lots of these activities are fun games so good for everyone!

Fun phonics

Children may like to access some games to further support their phonics learning. The learning platform Phonics Play is offering a free subscription for parents to support home learning. The website link is:  https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ – enjoy playing along with your child!

Alibi Theatre activities

Make flying puppets: https://heathcoat.devon.sch.uk/theatre-alibi-flying-puppets/

Wellbeing resources

The Link Academy Inclusion and Improvement Hub have put together a pack to support mental wellbeing at home. The pack begins by exploring how we can connect and support ourselves as adults so that then we can feel better equipped to support our children. Some parents may be feeling anxious about having children at home for sustained period of time so there are also lots of ideas for activities parents can do.

We hope you will find this a useful resource to share with your families. You can also access the Facebook page which you can find by searching: @inclusionhubdevon. They will be posting regular updates with ideas and activities that support parents and children’s mental health.

This PDF is packed with information and support links: COVID-19 support pack

Coronavirus: Supporting Mental Wellbeing Pack (PDF download)

Safeguarding contact details (PDF download)

Babcock – support for schools, parents and pupils

YD Expanded Wellbeing Toolkit (Devon)

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Stop The Spread powerpoint

How to tell children about Coronavirus

This PDF is a useful guide on explaining Coronavirus to your children. Talking to children about Coronavirus.

When talking to your child about how they are feeling, this book may help them to understand the current changes we are all experiencing.
Coronavirus: A book for children

https://nosycrow.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Coronavirus_INSwith-cover.pdf

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