Working from home

Online Safety is an integral part of our learning in school. We have attached some home learning resources for you to complete with your children t support keeping safe online.

Age 4-5 Age 5-7 Age 8-10

 

The Youth Sport Trust is a national children’s charity, on a mission to pioneer new ways of using sport to improve children’s well-being and give them a brighter future.  These links have lots of ideas for activities both inside and outside the home.

https://www.youthsporttrust.org/pe-home-learning

https://www.youthsporttrust.org/active-breaks

https://www.youthsporttrust.org/60-second-physical-activity-challenges

https://www.youthsporttrust.org/active-learning

 

Please find the links below for weekly home learning ideas you can carry out with children, we will update each week whilst school closures are in place.

We have set up the following email addresses for each of the year groups where you can share children's work and keep in regular contact with the teaching staff. 

YR@lowmoor.ngfl.ac.uk Y1@lowmoor.ngfl.ac.uk Y2@lowmoor.ngfl.ac.uk Y3@lowmoor.ngfl.ac.uk
Y4@lowmoor.ngfl.ac.uk Y5@lowmoor.ngfl.ac.uk Y6@lowmoor.ngfl.ac.uk projects@lowmoor.ngfl.ac.uk

 

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In addition all the KS2 children have access to the following:

Mathletics - https://www.mathletics.com

Reading Eggs - https://readingeggs.co.uk

Times Tables Rockstars - https://ttrockstars.com

 

Click for extra resources and activities:

Art - ideas to get creative

Family activities

Planning your day

Support for home learning - parent fact sheet

Sporting Challenges

Virtual Toursfabulous links to take you around the world, explore animal habitats, under the sea, outer space, landmarks and much more... take a trip today!

77 STEM activities for families

Live lessons with celebrities - P.E. with Joe Wicks, Lunch with Jamie Oliver, English with David Walliams and many more!

Detective Mystery for Y4-Y6 pupils

The Curriculum Innovation Service have launched a themed #techawaychallenge called Sherkey Flatts and the 'Mystery of the Disappearing iPad' for this week. 

Each day the team will publish a video challenge to help our detectives (You!) solve the mystery. This is aimed at year 4 - 6 children and is less technology driven but more logical reasoning centered. 

To view last week's activities and see some of our pupil's fantastic work, please search for #TechAwayChallenge on youtube or follow @Innov__Services on Twitter.  Your feedback and comments on our Twitter and our @curricinnov Facebook page would be much appreciated.

 

 

 

Check out how we are all doing in the get set challenge:

https://www.getset.co.uk/travel-tokyo/school/low-moor-c-e-primary-school-bd12-0nn