If your child is in Reception (EYFS) or Key Stage 1 (Year 1 or Year 2) click on the link below to access activities for your child:
If your child is in Key Stage 2 (Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 or Year 6) click on the link below to access activities for your child:
Below are the links to get your child logged on safely to ‘Google Classroom’ where they can access work for their own class/year group. These are learning activities the teachers will checking on and updating regularly:
The Elliot Foundation Home Learning Site
The Elliot Foundation have also put together a home learning support site for children, parents and staff. It contains links to software that the children use at home, such as TT Rockstars and BBC Bitesize.
To access the Elliot Foundation home learning website click here
50+ Fun Activities to do with children:
Click here to access the activities.
Reading Information for Parents/Carers
Click here to access some useful information put together by our teachers. Page 1 is for Reception-Year 2 and contains information on how to access websites we use in school, such as ‘Oxford Owls’ and ‘PhonicsPlay’.
Page 2 is for Year 3-Year 6 and shows how to access information about our ‘Accelerated Reader’ scheme, which the children also use in school.
Video for our Year 1 Children
From Monday 8th June, Year 1 children can return to school, alongside the key worker and vulnerable children that have already been attending. Click here to watch a video that was made for the children to show them what school looks like now and what to expect when they get there!
BBC Bitesize is changing to provide more support to children and their parents with a series of special daily broadcasts, complementing a whole host of extra resources online.
From Monday to Friday, you’ll be able to watch ‘Bitesize Daily’ on the BBC Red Button from 9.00-11.00am and again on BBCiPlayer.
Each 20 minute lesson will cover a different age group from ages 5 to 14 and will be brought to you by experts, teachers and some very familiar faces from the world of TV, sport and beyond!! As well as dedicated programmes covering Maths, Science and English, there will also be lessons featuring other subjects such as History, Geography, Music and Art.
Alongside the new ‘Bitesize Daily’ lessons, there’ll also be ‘Teacher Talks’ – a brand new series offering helpful hints in tackling core concepts in Maths and English as well as extra content from BBC Teach, including their ‘Live Lessons’ series!
‘Wisbech Reads’ Summer Reading Challenge 2020
As the Wisbech Reads Festival had to be postponed this year, the organisers decided to go virtual!! Please visit their website for lots of fun reading activities and if you are in Key Stage 2 or 3, have a go at the poetry competition – details below! The website can be found at https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/