Elkesley Primary and Nursery School
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If your child has to isolate, then you will still need to access learning for your child if they are fit and well enough to do so. Below are a number of links that will support your child in their learning.
If your child is able to access the work and is not able to attend school, work will be provided by the class teacher directing you to the Oak National Academy via Class Dojo. This work will be in line with the learning taking place in class to ensure that your child is not getting behind; videos and interactive tasks are included to enable independent learning.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask me.
To access the Oak National Academy, please click here.
A website with a range of free eBooks for 3-11 year olds and a range of maths books.
For their free eBooks, click here.
For free maths games, click here.
For other general activities, click here.
The National Literacy Trust have a family zone with a wide range of free resources to support reading and writing.
To access the family zone, please click here.
Talk for Writing have produced 40 literacy units which all include a model text which is also available as a streamed audio recording. Each text has both reading and writing tasks which meet age-related expectations.
To access TalkForWriting, please click here.
Children from Y1-Y6 have login details and passwords to their TimesTables Rockstars account which they can continue to use. To access the site, please click here. It is also available as an app on Apple and Android devices.
Numbots is a maths game that can be played using your child's individual login. Click here to access the game or you can play through the TTRockstars app by clicking on the Numbots logo.
The BBC Bitesize pages are packed full of teaching, games and activities which are regularly updated.
There are also many guides for parents with ideas and support.
For the KS1 Learning page with subjects, click here.
For the KS2 Learning page with subjects, click here.
For CBBC Creative games, click here.
For a range of primary age games, click here.