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Home Learning Information for Pupils 

Note to parents:
We hope you find these useful and enjoy using them with your child – just click on the names of the sites to go straight through to them! For some tips on organising your home learning, click here.

Each year group has its own twitter page for regular updates and an e-mail address where you can send photos of the fantastic work children are completing at home.

The Oak National Academy and BBC Bitesize are both uploading new video lessons for all year groups each week - they cover all the main subjects and there is good progression from one lesson to the next so you may wish to use them to support your home learning.

 

Links
Year group information can be found in the pages below. You will find links to websites and activity booklets that you can print out to complete at home. 

Nursery

Twitter

E-Mail

 

Reception

E-Mail

Year 1

Twitter

E-Mail

 

Year 2

Twitter

E-Mail

Year 3

Twitter

E-Mail

Year 4

Twitter

E-Mail

Year 5

Twitter

E-Mail

Year 6

Twitter

E-Mail

 

Reading &
E-Books

 

 #HamiltonReads

Stories read by staff

 

 

Keeping Active

Virtual Museums,

Zoos and Tours

Coming soon!

 Science, Investigations
& Experiments

Coming soon!

 

Window

Walk Themes

Our weekly art ideas!

  TTS Learning Booklets

 Classroom

Secrets

Learning

Booklets

Useful

Learning

Websites

Learn a new

language

with Duolingo

 

 

Explaining

Coronavirus to children

 

Talk for Writing
Activity Books

New writing activities every fortnight!

Coping Calendar

for April

For a healthy mind!

Speech &

Language

Support

 

TTS Learning Booklets TTS Learning Booklets TTS Learning Booklets TTS Learning Booklets

Children should be reminded to follow their SMART e-safety rules when using the internet (download them here). Please make sure children are supervised when going online. 

 

Useful learning websites

View document home_learning_as_at_march_2020/home_learning_websites_march_2020.pdf

Hamilton Academy cannot be help responsible for the content of the websites suggested to help children learn.