Below, you can find information on:
- Suggested activities
- How to access these resources
If you have any concerns or questions, please contact email@example.com with the subject 'Home Learning'.
Up to 1 hour per day
Pupils login using the school username/password.
Pupils then login to the portal using their individual username/password.
Teachers set work for pupils to work through. 'Try the lesson' to be guided through the lesson and 'Start the homework' to complete the task.
Up to 30 minutes per day
Pupils login using their individual usernames/password
Select 'Garage' mode and practise these. These automatically change based on pupils' speed and accuracy.
Up to 45 minutes per day
Visit our Reading page and choose one of the activities to complete. Why not listen to today's David Walliam's free audiobook? Check it out by clicking the image below!
Choose one of the activities below to complete in your Home Learning book:
Visit our #BetterNeverStops Challenge page and check out what the current challenge is. Record your progress in your Home Learning book!
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If you are unable to access any of the above resources or require pupils' username/password, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line 'Home Learning'.
Choose which resource you would like further information on.
Pupils will visit the MyMaths website. They will be asked to login using their login details.
Their teacher will have set them lessons/activities to complete. When pupils login they should:
Click on the first one and select either ‘Try the lesson’ if you’d like to practice the skill or ‘Start homework’ to begin the homework. As pupils complete this, this is sent to teachers to view.
Pupils should visit https://play.ttrockstars.com/ and login using their username and password.
School: Askern Spa Junior School
Pupils should select ‘Garage’ mode and play for up to 30 minutes a day. This website automatically introduces and tests new times tables when pupils are speedy and accurate in those already being answered.
For this, pupils should visit www.readtheory.org and login using their individual logins.
This will then take them through to reading texts and varied questions. These questions are designed to let pupils practise the skills we often teach in school reading sessions. Their progress is tracked and recorded for teachers to monitor.
If this is their first time using the site, it will begin with a baseline assessment. This will be used to pitch their reading level so do not worry if this, to begin with, is too hard for pupils.