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Home Learning

Home Learning

Whether the school is open or closed, the wellbeing and education of all the children in our school is of vital importance to the staff and governors at Charsfield Primary School and our colleagues in the All Saints Schools Trust. Please find help and support below if you are a parent, carer or educator.

We have created this special area to support parents and children with their learning at home during the current Covid-19 outbreak. If you have any questions or would like to share your child's learning with us then please do contact us via Google Classroom or the school office

We appreciate that these are challenging times but rest assured that we are still here to support your child's education (although a little more remotely!) and we are continuing to work hard to bring you the best possible resources for home learning. It may seem overwhelming at times to home school your child, especially if you have more than one, but you are doing a great job and don't forget that the staff of Charsfield Primary are here to support you as best we can.

Google Classroom

This is our main learning platform and each child has their own login and password that they can use to access the work that has been set for them (please contact the school immediately if you lose this).

Work will be set for your child on a daily basis and staff will be able to support you and your child with home learning when you need it. 

Purple Mash

Each child has a login (in your home learning pack) to use the Purple Mash website. This brilliant learning platform has thousands of educational activities and the teachers set '2do' tasks for children to complete. It's a good idea to regularly check this website so that you don't miss anything! We will also make links to Purple Mash within our Google Classroom.

Other useful Links

Hit the Button (Year 2-6) has quick fire questions on number bonds, times tables, doubling, halving, multiples, division facts and square numbers and is great fun!

White Rose Maths have created superb resources for home learning, including video explanations, activities and answers. Where possible we will be able to give you hard copies of the activities to do at home.

Spelling Frame (Year 1 -6) is a great website, it's free and you can practise all of the spelling patterns included in the National Curriculum through fun games and activities:

Maths frame for KS 2 (Year 3 - 6) also has lots of free maths games which can be found by clicking the link below.

Mental Health

If you are finding everything a bit overwhelming at the moment then here is some good information and support from mind mental health charity: 

Looking forward to seeing you as soon as possible.