Year 6 Home Learning
Please ensure you check back here frequently to find updates from your child's class teacher for learning that should be completed at home.
While your child is working from home, here is a suggested overview/daily routine, to support you in planning out your child's day.
Please ensure you have access to your child's Class Dojo account. This will be your direct line to your child's class teacher, during the school's closure, where you can directly message them for information or advice on any of the home learning sent home for pupils.
We will also send frequent updates out via Parent Hub. Please keep checking on these daily.
Bolsover CE Junior School's Home Learning
Please click on the links below to access the home learning activities for Year 6 set by your child's class teacher.
Week 1 (for home learning to be completed during the week commencing 23.03.2020)
Week 2 (for home learning to be completed during the week commencing 30.03.2020) - please note, the CPG study books for learning in Maths, English and reading can be collected from the school office.
Reading Aloud Time - On the Class Story part of Class Dojo, you child's class teacher will be uploading the next part of the class novel on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays at 6pm. Check it out.
Daily Live Lessons
The following websites/links are offering daily lessons for your child to access.
9 a.m. (daily) - P.E.with Joe Wicks - The Body Coach TV - The fitness coach (Joe Wicks) is doing a live, daily P.E workout from his Youtube page every morning at 9am.
9:30am (daily) - Wildlife with Steve Backshall - The wildlife expert (Steve Backshall) is doing a live, daily wildlife Q&A covering a range of topics including wildlife, biology, conservation, geography and exploration.
11 a.m. (daily) - Storytime with David Walliams - Elevenses - The popular children's author and comedian (David Walliams) will be reading a story from his World's Worst series every day at 11 am - this is not to be missed!
11:30 a.m. (daily) - Dancing with Oti Mabuse - For something slightly different, the Strictly Come Dancing pro will be doing live, daily dance workouts from her social media channels at 11:30am daily. The lessons will even take place during the weekends ranging from themes, such as, jungle to High School Musical.
Ongoing Learning at Home Ideas
The following websites/links have some incredibly useful ongoing learning activities that can be completed during your child's time at home.
Wellbeing & Mindfulness Pack - This pack contains a range of mindfulness and wellbeing activities to be completed at home during the school closures. On the back page, there are also links to a range of agencies for support with mental health.
The Maths Factor - Let Carol Voderman teach your child Maths. This is a free website to support childrens' continued learning at home.
Times Table Rockstars - Your child will have an individual login to access this. Please message your child's class teacher if they need a reminder of their login.
Amazon Audible - Amazon Audible Stories, aimed at younger audiences, have made their books available at no cost for as long as necessary while schools are closed. They have a range of children's stories that are available to listen to on a laptop, desktop, smartphone or tablet.
Classroom Secrets Learning Packs - These packs are split into different year groups and include a range of activities linked to reading, writing, maths and practical ideas you can do around the home.
Twinkl - To access these resources click on the link and sign up using your own email address and create your own password. Use the offer code UKTWINKLHELPS to access all of the resources for free.
Scholastic - Scholastic are offering free resource packs for Lower/Upper Key Stage 2 with a range of lessons in English and Maths. These can be accessed by creating a free account.
Headteacherchat - This is a blog that has links to various learning platforms. Lots of these are free to access.