Welcome to the Sea turtles at home learning page. We have collected some resources together for you to explore with your child at home. These resources as designed for you to enjoy with your child and to support their natural curiosity for their learning. These are for you to access as and when you are able to as a family. We have sent work books, pens and pencils home for children to be able to record any of their learning if they want to.
Your child's personalised eschool log in provides their weekly class learning that mirrors the class curriculum, this is to be used in the event of your child isolating due to Covid-19.
Below are the picture links to the apps and websites we subscribe to that your child can access at home. Your children should have their log-ins for these apps in their yellow reading records.
Firstnews is a child friendly newspaper and they have made their recent newspaper free to download. Please click on the picture bellow to access the link and download the latest paper.
Please find below the at home learning packs and marking guidance for literacy and numeracy based learning. These are to support any learning you might be doing at home and to be completed with the help of and adult as and when possible.
Please click on the PDF below for some brilliant ideas for STEM activities to keep your little ones investigating and staying curious.
Please see below for Topic based learning. Help your children by learning the information and facts on the knowledge organiser in fun and creative ways. There are some ideas in the home learning document below too.
We have also uploaded a book list linked to your child's topic based learning.
Enjoy discovering new facts with your child and let them explore their learning at their own pace.
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