Collection of School Closure Websites

New Websites added this week are in purple!
 
Reading
EYFS/KS1 Book Trust 
All age groups Love reading            
                       Words for Life
                       The Oxford Owl
Free stories to stream - Audible 
 
English
BBC Bitesize KS1  KS2
 
Maths 
ICT Literacy and Numeracy games ICT Games   
BBC Bitesize KS1  KS2
 
Exercise
P.E. with Joe Wicks
Real P.E. log on information Parent email: parent@bishopstaw-2.com Password: bishopstaw 
 
Science and Geography
Fun facts about space NASA
BBC Bitesize KS1  KS2
 
Computing
Internet Safety BTInterland   
BBC Bitesize KS1  KS2
 
Art
 
BBC Bitesize KS1 KS2 New home learning lessons starting 20th April
Oak National Academy New home learning lessons starting 20th April

 
Timetable of online events 
 
Monday - Friday 
 
9 am P.E. with Joe Wicks
 
9.30am Wildlife with Steve Backshall on Facebook
 
Ruth Miskin Read Write in Phonic Sessions
9.30am - Set 1 speed sounds - Reception
10am - Set 2 speed sounds - Reception & Year 1
10.30am - Set 3 speed sounds - Year 1
 
10am The maths factor with Carol Vorderman 
 
10am Dr Chip's daily dose of science, engineering and computing
 
10.15am Water Safety Wednesday with the RNLI (Weekly) on facebook
 
11am Elevenses storytime with David Walliams
 
2pm Dartmoor Zoo Animal talk on Facebook
 
6pm Oliver Jeffers Storytime
 
School of parkrun - Daily challenges
 
Non Daily Events
 
Candice Brown cookery lesson on Instagram
 
Chester Zoo live tours via facebook
 
 
 Stay safe on the internet 
The internet is going to be an important tool while we need to self-isolate and will play a powerful part keeping families connected throughout this time. As always we encourage our families to take the time to be sure you know the websites your child/ren are accessing, the age appropriate games they’re playing and limit the time they are using the internet. Give children a time they will need to switch off during the day or evening. A tip given to some of our staff on recent training is to set an alarm for every 20/30 minutes so the children know that when the alarm goes off they need to go and take part in 10 minutes activity (star jumps, skipping, jogging on the spot etc) in the garden and have a drink.
 
Staff and parents are continually finding some good websites and resources for our children to use during this time. Please access any resources that you feel are helpful for your children.