Learning from home
Here are a selection of websites with further ideas for each subject that the teachers at CKJS have selected for you to have at look at (please note we are not responsible for any external content).
These are some useful websites that host activities for all areas of the curriculum.
The BBC’s own educational website with a huge range of activities organised by subjects
BBC Teach live lessons are also good
The publisher, Dorling Kindersley’s collection of books all online with so many topics to choose from
Q-files is an online encyclopaedia which is currently free to access – lots of information across the curriculum.
Encouraging your child to read every day is a great way to keep them engaged.
They could read their book from the library (linked to our Author Tube Map); or any book which they are currently enjoying from school or home.
Talk about their reading using these Reading at Home Bookmarks, with question stems linked to the VIPERS which we use in school.
Alternatively, there are many e-books available on the Oxford Owl website.
You could also head over every day for free audio stories from The World of David Walliams.
The children also have access to the Purple Mash website using their logins which were given to them before half term. On their home page, they have a Serial Mash section with many more e-books available.
The children can continue to use their logins for Times Tables Rockstars to practise their times tables knowledge and challenge each other on the many activities available.
They can also practice other mathematical skills on the Top Marks website.
In addition, there is also the Maths Aids website where you can make your own worksheets to practice a wide variety of different mathematical skills.
The resources for the BBC 500 Words challenge are still available - there is a Live Lesson where three well-known authors give their top-tips and advice about writing. Although the challenge deadline itself may have passed, this is a great way to get into writing a story with some resources available to support it.
SPELLING & GRAMMAR
ART, DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY
GEOGRAPHY & HISTORY
FRENCH & OTHER MODERN FOREIGN LANGUAGES