Pupil Home Learning

Welcome to our home learning platform.  We are working hard to provide you with exciting learning that you can access at home over the coming weeks.  You can expect learning that looks a bit like the homework sheets we give out at the end of the week. These will be packed full of activities for you to engage with during one week. You will also have a project to really get involved with too. Your teachers are excited for you to share your learning with them so please email them with what you have done and share your learning on Twitter.  You can expect a response from your teacher within 24 hours within the working week (Mon-Fri).  You will be able to access your weekly learning every Friday from 3pm.

The Secretary of State has announced a major new package to support online learning:

Oak National Academy - The online classroom will provide free lessons and resources for pupils from reception through to year 10. All resources, lessons and more information can be found here.

BBC Bitesize is launching its own education package. This is accessible on iPlayer and the red button.

Consistent routines are important for behaviour and wellbeing. You may find this daily planner a useful guide to support your child each day at home. The Education Endowment Foundation also has a useful Blog on their website on Four tips for a smooth home learning routine.

Well-being 

 

Building Resilience

Here are some resources and games to help your child with their resilience:

More Activities

Here are some more activities for the children:

How to go out when you have to stay in

If you are looking for activities to do, here is a list of ideas you could try. 

Kindness for Mental Health 

In support of Kindness for Mental Health Week and beyond, show you are sending your love to the world through this Happy Heart Hunt activity

Seven Days of Kindness

In celebration of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 and the
theme of kindness, the National Centre for Children and Families are encouraging primary schools to get mentally healthy by spreading a little kindness. 

They have produced a seven days of kindness calendar, designed to be used throughout Mental Health Awareness Week, encourages pupils to do two acts of kindness each day – one for someone else and one for themselves.

7 Well-being Activities for 7 Days

Whilst school is closed, here are some activities that are based on research to help look after your mental health and well-being. 7 Well-being Activities for 7 Days

Useful Contacts and Links 

Here is a list of useful contacts and links Supporting Children and Young People's Mental Health & Well-being

Schools and Families Advice Line (SFAL)

The SFAL is a new service established to provide emotional wellbeing advice and early help to children and young people, school staff and families during the Covid-19 pandemic. It can be really worrying when you, or someone you know is going through a difficult time. If you feel this service could help, please call their Single Point of Access who will take your details before passing them onto their call back service.

https://www.hct.nhs.uk/covid-19/schools-and-families-advice-line-sfal/

Mind - Hertfordshire Network

Mind - Hertfordshire Network have launched a new early intervention and prevention helpline for children and young people aged 10-17 in Herts. The helpline will provide a safe, non-judgemental space to talk to a Young People Advisor or Mentor who will provide emotional support, advice and information, signposting and discuss coping strategies. For opening hours and more information please visit the website https://www.hertsmindnetwork.org/young-peoples-helpline . Helpline number is 01923 256391.

Opening times at the moment are:

Mon, Wed, Fri – 13:00 – 16:30

Tues, Thurs – 17::00 – 19:30

Sat – 10:00 – 13:00

They also offer support to parents either through this line, or on their 18+ 24/7 line – reached through the same number.