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Home Learning Support

 

Please see the below websites to help with home learning your children during the Corona Virus Pandemic. Please click the link HERE if you would like to access a book for children explaining Coronavirus. 

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/

https://www.senteacher.org/

https://inclusiveteach.com/

https://www.skillsbuilder.org/homelearning

https://flamingochicks.org/athome/ - FREE Virtual Classes

10 Indoor Activities for Autistic chidren, young people & adults

Some TV stars are offering children and young people and their families free sessions everyday to help with home learning.  Below you can find a timetable of sessions with links to take part:

9am
PE with Joe Wicks

10am
Maths with Carol Vorderman

11am
English with David Walliams

12pm
Lunch – cooking with Jamie Oliver

1pm
Music with Myleene Klass

1.30pm
Dance with Darcey Bussel

2pm
History with Dan Snow (free for 30-days)

4pm
Cooking with Theo Michaels 

4pm
Geography with Ben Forgo

For parents – keeping your child motivated

It can be hard to keep your children motivated through this uncertain time. We’ve got some quick tips and resources for you to help them manage their time while away from school.

  1. Manage your expectations – your children will not be learning at the same pace or same concentration as at school. Don’t schedule in a normal time, start with just 2-3 hours a day with regular scheduled breaks to keep them focused.
  2. Make time for relaxation and fun – take any opportunity to have fun together, as well as relax together. The best way to combat stress is to make time to just be together.
  3.  Keep a routine – try to get everyone on the same schedule by keeping start times, finish times and lunch breaks as consistent as possible. This will help your children (and you) separate concentration time from relaxation.
  4.  Review your school plans with your children – some schools have sent out specific work for students to do, whereas others have left more general instructions. Go over the resources provided with your child and discuss what should be prioritised.

Check out some online resources for other ideas to support your children from home, including:

EEV Training 

EEV Training offer an unmatched variety of courses and programs, created for individuals or groups 14-24 of any academic levels. Clcik HERE for more information.