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Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families
All of the links and suggested activities below are suggestions to support families, the last thing that we would want is for our pupils and families to be feeling overwhelmed at this time. We must all take our wellbeing seriously.
The Anna Freud Centre have just set up a new area of their website pulling together material for parents/carers, schools and young people to support mental health during this period.
Please click here and take a look
Downloadable resources and activities can be found on the Year Group pages:
In addition to Times Table Rockstars, pupils now have access to 'Numbots' to support mathematical fluency.
This can be accessed here using the same login details.
Reading Plus for KS2 pupils can be accessed here
If you receive guitar tuition at Broad Oak Primary School please click here for lessons.
Roald Dahl - Fun things to do indoors
Bring the magical world of Roald Dahl into your home with their terrific selection of resources. Click here to find lesson plans around each story, as well as crafts, puzzles and activities to keep chiddlers of all ages entertained.
Helping to keep students reading
Click here to access over 6,000 digital books with myON, as well as myON News, which provides daily news articles reviewed by child psychologists, helping to ensure students make sense of current events.
Elevenses with The World of David Walliams
Every day at 11am, you can listen to one of David Walliams’ World’s Worst Children stories, so sit down, take a break, and enjoy 20ish minutes of pure fun!
Welcome to Mickanory!
The Conyers Street Gang. Based on real people and real events, follow six intrepid Liverpool children on their adventures during World War Two. Serialisation starts here Monday 30th March at 12 o'clock.
Exercise is an amazing tool to help us feel happier, more energised, and more optimistic. The workouts will be fun and suitable for all ages and even adults can get involved.
You don't need any equipment, just tune in at 9am each morning for a 30-minute, fun workout here
To help keep children active at home, PE Passport have provided fun and engaging challenges to be attempted at home and as families. They have added Dance, Yoga, Hand/Eye Coordination skills and Personal Challenges, and will be updating the content daily over the next week.
They have also provided external links to other websites that might prove useful to parents and carers whilst at home.
Access PE Passport here
Maths on the move
We are sharing more and more content on our new You Tube channel to ensure it is accessible for adults and children.
Each week we will continue with the live Active Maths Quizzes which can be found here on the Maths on the Move You Tube Channel
We also have 3 fantastic Family Sports Challenges this week to keep you active over the Bank Holiday Weekend
Manchester Fayre is the City Council’s catering service. We wanted to share our favourite school meal recipes here, for you to make at home.
With just one click (and no need for logins), parents/carers can continue to build their child’s computing skills in an enjoyable and accessible way - through popular lessons made into easy activities, fun ‘mini missions’ and interactive online games!
Lots of useful information, activities, movies and games to help you learn all about energy, biodiversity, climate science and much more.
Discover more in the Student Zone
Biffa's Recycling Workshop
Learn about how to recycle properly and why it's really important. Waste and Recycling worksheet here – which asks questions based on the video as well as some activities to follow.
Click here to watch the video
Learning from Home
Use the links below, alongside this week’s resource, to support your home learning
Virtual Assemblies - Our new weekly virtual assemblies will be available for you to watch and share with parents at home every Friday at 9am and also on our Facebook page.
Don't forget to check the school Twitter feed for lots of learning opportunities.....
.....including The Miss Bruce 'Daily' Challenge!
Useful weblinks for learning at home during the school closure.
Reading Eggs (free parent trial available)
Oliver Jeffers will be reading a story every evening at 6.00pm. (author of The day the crayons quit, How to catch a star etc)
Hamilton learning: Learning at home packs
National Literacty Trust: Home learning activities
Oxford Owl: Free eBooks for children aged 3-11
Phonics Play Free phonics games and resources for KS1 children
The Literacy Company Free home learning resources to engage pupils in practising key skills
Third space learning: home learning and maths resource packs
Number fun portal for parents (Dave Godfrey- author of our VCP)
White Rose maths learning at home
Keeping Early years unique - Learning at home together resources
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 closure period.
Topmarks - Maths activities and interactive games.
Crickweb - Free online education resources & games
Numberblocks - Maths number quiz adding, subtracting and number rhymes.
Phonics Play - Phonics games.
Bounce Patrol Phonics Song - Phonics letter sounds and letter names.
Epic Phonics - Phonics tricky words and blending CVC words.
Alphablocks - Phonics CVC missing letter games and letter jigsaws.
Oxford Owl - Literacy 100's of free eBooks to read at home.
EYFS Physical Development
Cosmic Kids Yoga - Physical development (yoga)
Go Noodle - Physical development (body patterns)
Go Noodle - Physical development (dance)
EYFS Understanding the world
Topmarks - Understanding the world - Science
EYFS Expressive arts and design
Nursery rhymes - Singing
Science & Technology
STEM Learning - A selection of cross-curricular activities that can be used in school to engage young people of all ages.
Resources for talking with children about the pandemic:
Pandemic Social Story - by Carol Gray
Information from the British Psychological Society on Talking to Children about Coronavirus:
click here to download
Newsround helpful information and FAQs for children:
click here to access
Newsround short video, is reassuring for children:
click here to access