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Class Homelearning - 2020

COVID-19 - Homelearning

All children are expected to return to school in September.

Autumn term begins on Wednesday 2nd September to all Years; except new Reception children.

For information on the September return to school click here

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During these unprecedented times, classes (including those of Eligible groups who are not attending school) have been set home-learning, as you are encouraged to continue with your studies. Herewith instructions and resources to support you.

Whole School

MATHS: Top Marks ‘Daily 10’ mental maths challenges. Click here to visit the website.

SCIENCE: Chester Zoo are running a virtual day at the zoo on certain days. Click here to visit the website.
Jamie Oliver's daily cooking programme is designed to get the children involved. You can tune in on weekdays 5.30pm on Channel 4. Click here to visit the website.
Dr Chips gives a daily dose of Science, Engineering and Computing. Click here to visit the website.

HISTORY: Those with a passion for history can deepen their learning here. Click here to visit the website.

MUSIC: Musically minded? Check out Mylene Klass' daily music lessons. Click here to visit the website.
The theatre community has made several performances of West End musicals and productions available online to watch. Who knows, it might inspire you to produce your own! Click here to visit the website.

PE: Everyone seems to be enjoying the Joe Wicks workouts, including the teachers in school and working at home. It is a great way to kick start the day. Click here to visit the website.
Strictly star Oti Mabuse is offering daily dance classes – a great form of exercise and good fun too Click here to visit the website.

LANGUAGES: Rosetta Stone is offering free language courses for children. There is a wide range of languages including French and Spanish. Click here to visit the website.
British Sign Language are offering free courses to children to learn sign language at home. Click here to visit the website.

To support learning in science can you create a scrapbook of all the different wildflowers growing around you? Find their name, describe their colour and count the number of petals. Notice the shape of the petals and leaves. How about creating your own nature book with a description of all the animals and birds that you see around you. Are they vertebrates or invertebrates?

Why not send us pictures of your Easter bonnets to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. We would love to see them and share them with the Trinity community.


Bug Club: Click here to visit the website. Our school code is: kwcl. Logins have been issued to children already. Please encourage all children to read their books and complete their reading journals/records daily. They also have access to a large number of books online via. Teachers will respond to children’s comments and regularly set new books.

Purple Mash: Click here to visit the website. logins have been issued to children already. Teachers will also be setting their classes tasks to be completed on Purple Mash. These will relate to a variety of curriculum areas which have already been taught this year. Children will therefore have a great opportunity to consolidate and build on their learning. These will be updated regularly. Should you log-in with your child, you can browse Purple Mash and:

  • Look at any set tasks that have been given to your child
  • Explore the grammar, maths and spelling activities which match the National Curriculum
  • Play one of many fun, educational collaborative games such as 2Race
  • Delve into the Science area and find out about all the areas of Science it covers
  • Investigate the Topics area to support securing their knowledge of the wider curriculum
  • Tour the Computing area trying out some of the tools such as 2Code, 2Go and Logo
  • Get creative in the Tools section, from making an animation to building a printable 3D model
  • Dive into Serial Mash (an online library of books)
  • Learn through play in Mini Mash (For children aged 3 to 5)

Things I Don’t Know: All children have a book entitled ‘Things I Don’t Know’ which they will have brought home. Please encourage your child to find the answers to questions already posed and to add further questions as they learn more. A great website for researching all topics is Researchify; it also offers links to a variety of audiobooks. Click here to visit the website.

Great Books Guide: Click here to visit the website.

Pobble: Click here to visit the website. Displays a new picture every day and a range of writing activities for children to complete.

Twinkl: Click here to visit the website. Sign up as a new user, using offer code: UKTWINKLHELPS (Downloadable Resources for all years and subjects):

BBC Super Movers via BBC Teach: Click here to visit the website.

Succeed in PEClick here to visit the website.

Healthy FuturesClick here to visit the website.

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There are endless activities that can be carried out at home which are not screen based. These include:
Junk modelling – collect and recycle materials such as yoghurt pots and boxes and see what you can create with them.
Keep moving – make up a dance routine to your favourite song.
Design and make a home-made board game and play it with your family.
Can you create your own secret code? You could use letters, numbers, pictures or something else.
Thank a community hero – think of someone that helps you in some way and write them a letter to say ‘thank you’.
Write a playscript – can you act it out to other people?
Build a reading den – find somewhere cosy, snuggle up and read your favourite book.
Design and make an obstacle course at home or in the garden – how fast can you complete it?
Write a song or a rap about your favourite subject.
Draw a view – look out of your window and draw what you see.
Draw a map of your local area and highlight interesting landmarks.
Can you invent something new? – perhaps a gadget or something to help people. Draw a picture or write a description.
Start a nature diary – look out of the window each day and note what you see – birds, flowers, changes in the weather. What else?

EYFS (Reception)

Learn through Play: Click here to visit the website.
There are some great suggestions for learning through play here.


PhonicsPlay: Click here to visit the website.
Parents of children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can support their child’s learning of phonics by accessing free interactive games.

Top Marks: Click here to visit the website. No Login required. (Early Years Maths Games):

Cbeebies: Click here to visit the website. No Login required. (Maths Games)

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KS1 (Years 1, 2)

PhonicsPlay: Click here to visit the website.
Parents of children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 can support their child’s learning of phonics by accessing free interactive games.

Children have brought home a Maths No Problem Workbook. Please encourage them to work through the book, completing any questions which haven’t been completed during lessons.

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pdflogoKS1 Reading - Core book list

pdflogoKS1 Reading - Learning to read books

pdflogoKS1 Reading - Non-fiction book list

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KS2 (Years 3, 4, 5, 6)

Children have brought home a Maths No Problem Workbook. Please encourage them to work through the book, completing any questions which haven’t been completed during lessons.

Times Tables Rockstars: Click here to visit the website.
Times Tables Rockstars should be accessed daily to practise Times Tables. Again, teachers will continue to monitor usage.

CorbettMaths Primary 5-a-day: Click here to visit the website.
Children in years 3 – 6 can also access CorbettMaths Primary 5-a-day to keep up to speed with their maths.
We also encourage you to watch Newsround daily with your child; Click here to visit the website it provides lots of opportunities for discussion.

pdflogoKS2 Reading - Years 3/4 Core book list

pdflogoKS2 Reading - Years 3/4 Non-fiction book list

pdflogoKS2 Reading - Years 5/6 Core book list

pdflogoKS2 Reading - Years 5/6 Non-fiction book list

pdflogoKS2 Reading - Years 3,4,5,6 Learning to read

pdflogoKS2 Maths - Year 3 activity booklet

pdflogoKS2 Maths - Year 4 activity booklet

pdflogoKS2 Maths - Year 5 activity booklet

pdflogoKS2 Maths - Year 6 activity booklet

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