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There are lots of resources and activities to support with learning about Coding here ;
 

Explore what goes on in the brain when learning is taking place, and what that means for how you can support your child's learning. The link below will take you to top tips on home learning, covering everything from making use of what you have around you to creating simple routines. Tips, advice and guidance about home learning and supporting your child’s mental health and wellbeing during lockdown.


Support for home learning

Home learning support for families, curates a selection of activities and materials which is free to access. It includes 

remotely–delivered curriculum linked computing and science lessons, resources and activities embracing all STEM subjects. The site has curriculum linked resources for science, maths, computing and technology, as well as educational family activities and remotely delivered lessons. A really brilliant website!

 

Home learning support for families | STEM

The Cornwall Council Website has many ideas to support home learning linked to different areas of interest and subjects
 

Julia Donaldson & Friends is back!

Plunge under the sea in this week’s show!

See Julia read Tiddler – the story of the little fish with the big imagination – and watch illustrator Axel Scheffler draw characters from the much-loved book.

Free home learning resources for ages 3-5 AND 5-7

Find easy-to-use home learning resources on our website.

Download the 3-5 Years pack here

Download the 5-7 Years pack here

Watch the entire Julia Donaldson & Friends series now!

Watch Julia Donaldson perform songs, stories and poems (and several superstar illustrators draw favourite characters) on Scholastic's Chapter One website!

 
 
Free-to-access resources that you can make use of at home. There are downloadable resources include independent study exercises, worksheets that can be included in pupil packs, and PowerPoint presentations.

You'll find everything and anything film related collected in the Home Learning Hub. There are activities linked to films old and new, behind the scenes learning activities, as well as how to make your own films at home.
 
Visit the Home Learning Hub
 

Virtual London Zoo

London Zoo webcam | ZSL
We’re bringing London Zoo to you! Behind-the-scenes zoo cams, zookeeper diaries and animal updates.
www.zsl.org
 
 
 
These activity books (there are quite a few if you follow this link) have been
produced by surfing charity The Wave Project and offer a variety of projects
the family can do together.
“The Wave Project has totally inspired my son. It has the right balance of challenge, excitement, relaxation, being part of a group. It also helps with his confidence, mood and sensory difficulties.
www.waveproject.co.uk
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