Microsoft Teams Home Learning Platform
In KS2 Microsoft Teams will be used as the home learning platform. All classes within KS2 have been using Microsoft Teams in school already so children are aware of their own login details to access Teams. Each child will have their own unique email and 4 digit code to login to Teams.
For more information about Microsoft Teams please click here: Microsoft Teams
Changing Proxy For Home Use
If the internet is not working on a loan laptop from school even though it is connected to your home network the proxy may need changing. Here are the instructions on how to change the proxy.
Lever Edge Assemblies
To view all the latest Lever Edge Assemblies click here:
BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons - KS2
Bitesize has 150 new lessons every week to keep you on track with your learning.
You'll find daily lessons for homeschooling in Maths and English for every year group, as well as regular lessons in Science, History, Geography and more.
The homeschooling lessons have been created with teachers and other educational experts. They feature a mix of videos, animations, practice activities, quizzes and games.
The Oaks National Academy Online Lessons
They are an online classroom and resource hub created by teachers, for teachers.
Their aim is to support teachers to support their pupils. They provide a bank of high-quality, sequenced video lessons and resources for teachers to use as they wish. We’ll cover a range of subjects including maths, English, art and languages.
Century Learning Zone
Parents please visit https://app.century.tech/login/
You will need to enter their class code along with a child's email address. If a child does not have an email address, we recommend setting one up.
The account is created and children can start learning straight away.
CENTURY will provide them with a personalised learning path tailored to their skills and knowledge.
Your class login codes:
•Year 3 - FSN33H
•Year 4 - FSNDAU
•Year 5 - FSNG6U
•Year 6 - FSNZBJ
Online Music Resources
Here are some amazing music resources for you to work on at home.
Picture News Project
Another great learning project which has been provided to us for free.
See the link below for the resources.
NHS Health & Wellbeing Ideas
The NHS has provided us with some great ideas and activities on this document.
60 Virtual Tours
Have a look at this amazing document which features over 60 virtual tours and trips.
From cathedrals, museums, football stadiums to NASA's space station.
Fordingbridge home learning resources
Our friends in the zoo community have produced some great resources to keep children engaged and educated during lockdown.
Fordingbridge have always taken pride in working closely with educators to create inspiring spaces for learning and play, and now is no different. Also, as Corporate Members of BIAZA (The British and Irish Association of Zoos and Aquariums) we are lucky to have many clever friends caring for many fantastic animals in Zoos and Aquariums across the UK and Ireland.
The links below include activity plans to engage and educate children from Foundation upwards (adults too!). The gates to all of these wonderful attractions are closed to stop the spread of COVID-19, but the creatures great and small still need to be fed and cared for, now without funding. Please use the links to benefit from the resources, support these attractions where you can and remember that when this is over, nothing quite beats a trip out to see amazing animals.
GM Stay Home Stay Active
A daily plan to keep you active and fit whilst at home.
Talk for Writing Home School Booklets
Here are the free Talk for Writing Home-school units. The units are age-related but please pick and choose what is right for each child. They all include a model text which is also available as a streamed audio recording.
WWF Home Learning Projects
Starting Monday 4th May, we've provided fun daily activities to help your students connect with nature and learn more about our planet's forests.
The Ikabog - By JK Rowling
Magic is real. Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling announced she is releasing a standalone children’s fairytale book, chapter by chapter, starting today, May 26th. It’s called The Ickabog, and it’s an idea that has been tumbling around in Rowling’s head since her Harry Potter days. She is also looking for illustrations for the book and will offer suggestions as to what she needs on the website. The chosen illustrations will appear in the November 2020 print, eBook, and audiobook formats of The Ickabog. Parents can share their children’s work on Twitter using the hashtag #TheIckabog.
Safe For Summer Campaign
To help keep you occupied while spending more time at home as we combat COVID-19 together we would love to get as many young people (aged 5 to 16) involved in this year's Safe4Summer campaign and with our creative mini project.
Get Set Tokyo Challenge
Can your pupils take on our Travel To Tokyo virtual challenge?
To help young people stay active, Team GB and ParalympicsGB are asking children and their families to log activity for the chance to win prizes!
From dancing in their bedrooms to having a wheelbarrow race in the park – all activity counts. If they log their first activity this week, they could win a set of Stilts!
Pupils are then asked to achieve our weekly goals to be in with the chance of winning more exciting prizes!
Just click here and start registering your child's activity: