Scremerston First School

Ash Class Home Learning

Welcome to Ash Class's home learning page. Here you will find a range of ideas and resources to support you in teaching your child at home. 

Busy Things

There's a new app that's just been released on School360.

https://school360.co.uk/login1/index.php

I emailed your child's log in details before Easter. 

It has activities and games covering every subject so take a look. I have assigned tasks for the children to complete and submit. 

Below is a help sheet showing you how to access it once you have logged in to School360. 

2019 - 2020

What a different year at Scremerston First School

When home learning became the new rule

This year will go down in History

And will always be a bit of a mystery

We never got to finish Year 3 altogether

But we will always remember this year forever

Dear Year 3 Ash Class, 

My first year teaching at Scremerston First School has been one that I will never forget. Who would have thought that on our very first day in Ash class, back in September, that we wouldn't get to end the year together. 

I am proud of you all for your hard work and resilience over the past few months and very much look forward to when we can all come together again. 

I want you to reflect over the past few months. This is a very important moment in History and one that we will remember forever. 

As well as reflect, I want you to enjoy the summer holidays, make memories but most of all keep staying safe. 

See you all in September

Miss Black

Name
 End of the year.pdfDownload
 Lockdown memories.pdfDownload
 Postives from lockdown.pdfDownload
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Summer Reading Challenge

The all- new digital Summer Reading Challenge with its Silly Squad theme will launch earlier than usual to keep children reading over the summer and support parents and carers with children already at home. 

Page 6 on the document explains how to take part.

Social Stories

Below are two social stories designed to help children understand about the corona virus and what it will be like when they return to school. There is also a useful power point which explains in child friendly terms what social distancing really means. 

Digi maps for Schools

Digi maps is a great free resource (until 31st July) which supports the development of map work skills. Log in here using the details below and have a play around. Can you find where you live? 

www.digimapforschools.edina.ac.uk/login

Username: TD152RB

Password: chelps2947

New Resources

Today, two new fantastic online learning resources have been launched that will also help to support your child with their home learning. 

BBC Bitesize 

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/zbr9wmn

Oak National Academy

www.thenational.academy/

The Northumberland Youth Service Home Challenge 
 
To help keep young people active at this time, the Northumberland Youth Service have come up with The Northumberland Home Challenge.  The task is to complete 6 challenges over the next few weeks. Young people of all ages are asked to document all their achievements, send the evidence of what they have done to the Youth Service and they will receive a certificate and a chance to win an online voucher to spend. 

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