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The British Council's Bitesize Resources

 

Click the image above to see some of the British Council's Bitesize Learning sessions. Free bite-sized activities and challenges from our most popular resources. Introduce learners to important issues and the United Nations Global Goals for Sustainable Development. Click and explore...

CGP New 'Home Learning' Activity Books

 

Click the image above in order to engage in more learning from home resources from CGP. They are costed but definitely worth a look...

Headstart Activity Resources

 

See the attached learning booklets below from 'Headstart Primary' which will be a useful addition to your child's Remote Learning provision...

First Aid Champions

Click the link above to work on and develop your skills in first aid during this extended period away from school. Your parents can take the lead and help you with this. You never know- you could save a life!

Life Skills- attached is something which Miss Ireland passed onto me. Can you tick off all of these 'life skills' to learn at home whilst you are not at school?

'Operation Bletchley' here we come...

 

Urgent:
The country needs your codebreakers now.

Virtually cover 50 miles on foot in 31 days, from Bletchley Park to the Cabinet War Rooms in London, using a phone or fitness tracker. STOP.
 

Receive updates and codes to crack at regular milestones, direct to your email inbox. STOP.
 

With levels to suit every age group, Junior, Codebreaker, or Cypher Expert, the whole family can play their part in this effort. STOP.

 

For advanced operatives - a challenging 100-mile mission behind enemy lines in France. STOP.
 

The mission begins on 1st July 2020. STOP.

Click the image above to see more about the challenge...

Support from CGP/ Amazon

 

Click the images above to understand the support CGP and Amazon can provide for parents during this difficult time. Primary Activity Sheets, Free Kindle Books etc so it is definitely worth exploring...

Learning by Questions at Home

 

Yesterday, I found a really useful resource for children to explore at home called 'Learning by Questions at Home'.  Here is some more information and if you click the picture, you can be taken directly to the website. Good luck exploring!

 

LbQ has hundreds of online classroom resources that children can work through at their own pace while receiving marking and feedback as they go. In the current uncertain climate, parents are looking for effective learning resources to educate their children while they cannot attend school. Why not keep the children occupied with high-quality questions that boost learning and grow confidence?


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