We’ve got some ideas below which may help out in the coming days of homeschooling.
Please remember that it’s not essential to keep to the school routine. It’s important you look after your child’s and your own well-being whilst the current restrictions are in place.
Bitesize KS2 Social and relationship studies
No one ever said home schooling was easy, but just when you think you may be getting into the swing of things….up pops a question you weren’t expecting.
KS2 pupils in particular become more aware of social and religious situations, body changes and relationships. BBC Bitesize has a range of short clips which maybe able to help you when discussing these questions.
Don’t forget the importance of mental health
The Government has produced guidance documents with advice for parents and carers on looking after the mental health and wellbeing of children or young people during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Education begins at home
Follow Education Begins at Home on Facebook for regular updates on what’s going on with young people and how to keep them involved in education.
Get Outside, Inside
Over 50 national organisations in the outdoor recreation industry have come together to keep you connected with the outdoors and engaged with our natural environments whilst we all continue to self-isolate to help protect our communities. As a collective, we hope to educate, entertain, inspire the nation, sharing in your challenges and achievements to help keep everyone both mentally and physically positive.
Free Home Learning Packs
Their team has also put together a range of brilliant resources designed specifically to help you with home learning…LATEST INFO ON COVID-19