January 2021

Your teacher will be uploading work onto SeeSaw and Tapestry every day and providing you with feedback. 
We have included a few links to additional resources to support home learning. 
As always, please phone or email school if you have any questions or need support - we are always here to help. 
If your child is in Reception Miss Barron is uploading additional resources on our Website in the Children's section under Reception. 
CBBC are providing some activities each week for both Primary and Secondary aged children. The schedule below is for the week beginning 11th January 2021. 
Go onto the CBBC channel at the times listed to take part. 
Don't forget to take a photo of you doing any activities and upload it to you SeeSaw or Tapestry account so we can see all of the fantastic things you have been up to. 
There are some great websites to help you with learning science at home.  Here are a few that you might like to look at. 
Below are some Science Activities you might like to try at home.  If you try any of these please take a photograph and upload to SeeSaw or Tapestry so we can share your fantastic work. 
Newsround is a child friendly version of the news. This is a perfect website for children who like to know what is going on in the world currently. 
ThinkUKnow is a website parents and children can access regarding online safety. In our current climate, it is so important we all stay safe online and this really supports us in doing so.
4 - 7 is for EYFS/KS1
8 - 10 is for KS2
The BBC Bitesize website has some fantastic resources to support RE learning at home. We cover all of the six world religions in school so please do take a look at them all. The website is packed with videos, games, quizzes and lots of information to help the children learn. 

There are two links - one will take you to the Key Stage 1 resources (Years 1 and 2) and the other will direct you to the Key Stage 2 section for RE (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6). 
The National School Library on the Oak Academy website has an author of the week with a free e-book or audio book you can access at home to read for fun. You can also find activities linked to these books, as well as other reading recommendations.
PSHE - Wellbeing 
Below you will find some helpful tips and activities for you and your children about looking after your well-being and mental health at home. If you need any support with your well being or your child's wellbeing please reach out to us here at Hawthorn.