Home Learning Help and links
Remote Education Information for Parents
Home Learning through the Library
This looks great for maths home learning
Check out the Twinkl page for Phonics. They do live lessons as well every morning
Join the facebook twinkl parents group
Amazon are making many of their audiobooks available for free for children for as long as schools are closed. https://stories.audible.com/start-listen
David Walliams releasing a free audio story every day for the next 30 days. https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/
KCC libraries have a range of eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers that can be borrowed for free https://www.kent.gov.uk/leisure-and-community/libraries/ebooks-eaudiobooks-emagazines-enewspapers
Jennifer Garner and Amy Adams The Hollywood actors have launched a new Instagram account in aid of charity Save the Children. It features stories told by celebrities.
Dan Snow Dan Snow, also known as The History Guy, is offering free access to his history documentary channel History Hit for 30 days.
Brian Cox The professor of particle physics and TV personality has said he will be getting involved with "several great initiatives" over the coming weeks. On Saturday, he took part in a Q&A session for the Comic Shambles Network's Stay At Home Festival.
Steve Backshall The naturalist, broadcaster and author will be running a live "wildlife chat" on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube on Wednesday nights.
Myleene Klass The classical musician and radio presenter is offering free music lessons as part of a "Klass timetable" for children stuck at home.
Jamie Oliver Chef Jamie Oliver is hosting a nightly cooking show on Channel 4 to help families plan their meals "in these unique times".
Theo Michaels The former MasterChef star is streaming live cooking classes on his Instagram account and YouTube channel.
Google classroom help
All children have been set up with a google classroom account to access on teacher provided work and links.
Here is a link to help on logging in to your childs account
If you are needing help with google log ins
Basically it is the intake year number eg
class R child would intake year 20.
class 1 child would intake year 19
class 2 child would intake year 18
class 3 child would intake year 17
class 4 child would intake year 16
class 5 child would intake year 15
class 6 child would intake year 14
Then it is your child’s first name then surname followed by @victoria-road.kent.sch.uk
For example if I were a child in class 4 my log in would be firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking through the children’s log ins there are some complicated names so I am more than happy if you email me your child’s name and class to send your your exact log in name
If you do not have the letter showing you the password just email me.
I have added a link to helpful slides that I found showing you more about google classroom.
Amazing home learning packs from the tts group over a hundred pages in each pack.
If you don't want to print the whole thing then just chose the page range you want to print or copy the ideas like the diary or reading record onto a piece of paper that your child could decorate.
Don't forget that children have access to TT Rock Stars and now the app creators are giving us access to Numbots free during work from home.
Log in using the school name or postcode
Then the user name is the same one the children use for TT Rockstars
the first 3 letters of their christian name followed by the first 3 letters of their surname and the password is maths