Below you can find out what we have been up to as well as a variety of curriculum-based links to help with home learning:
Imperial College London have created a home learning website called'Reach Out Reporter'. There are some brilliant science related ideas - investigations, videos, discussion points and so on. Well worth a visit!
A well written book explaining Coronavirus for children
Follow the link below , scroll down and you will be able to read it
Studyladder is a web based educational program designed by teachers. The program is curriculum based and covers covers Maths, English as well as other subjects. Please click on the picture below and enter your login details to access the tasks that have been assigned to you.
This Chatterpack resource provides a very comprehensive list of online ideas, including many different learning areas:
At Borrowdale School your child may be using a programme called Lexia Reading Core 5 which they use on our ipads. This programme helps the children with their reading and spelling skills. The children enjoy playing the educational games and we have seen a real improvement in their reading and spelling ability from using this programme. Your child is also able to access this from home.
Your child can use Lexia through the internet by going to the following website:
Your child is familiar with this website as they have used it to practice spellings from their statutory word list as well as prefixes, suffixes and spelling patterns
As well as the activities in Studyladder, you should practise your times tables. Why not become a ROCKSTAR at the same time?
Have a look at this website for fun, science challenges using bits and pieces you can find at home. There are over 90 challenges to keep you busy! Explore the website to find videos of the challenges.
The National Geographic for Kids is an interesting and informative website, much like an online magazine!
It's important to keep active whilst you're off...
PE with Joe Wicks live every morning Mon-Fri at 9am.
This Twitter links takes you to advice from Active Cumbria:
Red Ted Art has some lovely origami ideas. You don't necessarily need origami paper.
I found these cool lessons called Draw with Rob (a children's author and illustrator) which he streams on a Tuesday and Thursday on You Tube. I followed his alien lesson and this was my result!