Following government guidance to close the school, we have compiled a list of useful online resources and activities. You can use these with your child to support their learning whilst at home. Visit our web links page for more FREE online education resources.
Whilst the work we upload is important, we encourage you and your child to learn through as many practical experiences and opportunities as you can. Please enjoy Joe Wicks' PE Lessons each day, listening to audio books, Mrs Tubbs' daily challenge (via the blog), and exploring all the different websites where your child can learn through interactive games, phonics, maths, grammar, science and reading skills.
Music + Movement have been busy putting together some fabulous, easy activities for families to try at home to promote learning and support all areas of development. The activities aim to promote family engagement and well being. So much learning will emerge as you play these games and share physical experiences. Enjoy!
Some of your children may know Matt, who comes into school to promote sport and keeping fit in assemblies. He has compiled a list of opportunites, activitues, schemes and ideas to keep activity levels as high as possible throiught these uncertain times and school closures. Matt will update this page with any new things he finds. Enjoy!
Real PE is the scheme of work we follow across the school for our PE lessons. They have granted access to parents of children at Ghost Hill to support you with games and activities for home. Simply visit home.jasmineactive.com and enter the email and password below.
Parent email: email@example.com
These fun new active learning resources from the Premier League and the BBC is a campaign designed to get children moving more, and leading others to do the same. The Super Movers campaign is helping to get young people moving while they learn. It helps to develop confidence, teamwork and leadership skills so they feel inspired. It includes Maths, English, PSHE and MFL.
Following the Government’s decision to implement widespread school closures across the UK, Carol Vorderman has made The Maths Factor FREE for everyone (usually about £2 per week) to support childrens’ continued learning at home for the duration of the UK schools closures.
The school library service has put together a list of websites and resources that you might find useful to suport reading and questioning.
Please see blogging section for specific work from Miss Church and Mrs Ready.
You can create your own free account or you can access these through YouTube. These will help the children to get involved in physical activity and will be good for wellbeing. Firm favourites in Year 1 are:
Oxford Owl (ages 4-5)
These ideas will help your child to develop their confidence in counting and in recognising and using numbers.
They will also help your child to explore shape, patterns and measurements in real-life contexts.
Mrs Field regularly adds challenges and activites to Tapestry. Make sure you keep an eye here.