Home Learning Resources
Welcome to our page for home learning resources and information.
We appreciate your support during these unusual circumstances, on this page we will provide links and information for you to use at home with your children. Before you start your learning at home, please remember that this is a stressful time for families - before your children are ready to learn they need to feel safe, secure and happy and that should take priority over any school work you may choose to do.
There is an article you can download below, Advice for Parents & Carers, published by the Division of Educational and Child Psychology (DECP) British Psychological Society (BPS). The article contains common sense, practical advice about helping your children through this situation. We hope you find it helpful.
You can also find the school's Remote Education Provision document below. This document is intended to provide clarity, transparency and clear expectations for pupils, parents and carers about remote education.
|Advice for Parents and Carers - DECP & BPS||[pdf 109KB]|
|Remote Education Provision Lanivet School||[pdf 166KB]|
|Guide for Acceptable Use for Live Lessons Guidance for Teachers Lanivet School||[pdf 121KB]|
|Reading at Home Support||[pdf 606KB]|
Talking to us
All classes have a direct link to their class teacher through Tapestry (Reception) and Years 1-6 through Class Dojo.
Teachers will be setting work and communicating with you regularly. Please remember that they are also providing school provision for key workers and will not be responding to messages outside of core working hours.
We ask that you are polite and respectful to our staff at all times, any misuse of any communication channels will mean that these channels are removed.
If you are having problems communicating with your class teacher via either Class Dojo or Tapestry you can email them directly using the email addresses below.
Lanivet School recommended links
Please find below a list of use resources to use with your child at home, many of them your child will already be familiar with.
|Our main tool for communication between home and school or Reception Class. Mrs Purser has uploaded video lessons with supporting sheets to use at home. Pupils have had their logins sent home but Mrs Purser can remind you of details if needed.|
|Our main tool for communication between home and school for Y1-Y6. Your class teacher will be setting work through Class Dojo and will be available to provide support. Your child can also upload their work to their digital portfolio using the app.|
|TT Rockstars is great for daily times table practice. It was used regularly at school so your child should be familiar with it. Pupils have had their logins sent home, your teacher will be able to remind you of your details if needed.|
|Mathletics helps your child gain mastery over Maths! It was used regularly at school so your child should be familiar with it. Pupils have had their logins sent home, your teacher will be able to remind you of your details if needed.|
|MyOn gives your child access to a library of 1,000s of digital books. Pupils have had their logins sent home but your teacher will be able to remind you of details if needed.|
|Twinkl resources are suitable for KS1 pupils and have been made freely available to parents during the lockdown. There are resources tailored to a wide variety of topics.|
|Oxford Owl has a wide range of resources suitable for Y1 through to Y6, there are also useful guides on teaching phonics and much more.|
|With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century.|
|Recommended for parents of Reception class, showing parents and carers how we teach children to read and write with Read Write Inc. Phonics.|
|Daily Read Write Inc lessons|
|These are aimed at Reception, Year 1, Year 2 and some of Year 3 (your Y3 child will know if they usually do Read Write Inc.) If you are unsure which set of sounds you should be listening to you can contact your class teacher or Miss Haworth email@example.com.|
|A free resource for science activities.|
|Real PE at home includes an online programme which supports families to be active, play and learn together. It includes a programme specifically for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 with 12 themes, 6 areas, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity. Please contact your class teacher for login details.|
Other useful resources
Please find below a selection of other resources that we have gathered which you may find useful.
|PE with Joe|
|Popular daily "PE with Joe" sessions for kids.|
|Government recommended resources|
|These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages.|
|Regular daily lessons in English and Maths, as well as other core subjects from the BBC.|
|White Rose Maths|
|A full plan for summer term maths that works in partnership with BBC Bitesize.|
|Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation designed specially for kids aged 3+, used in schools and homes all over the world.|
|SEND - free learning resources|
|Free resources for fun and learning - Special Educational Needs and Disabilities|
|Fun, free resources|
|Care and Support in Cornwall have gathered Free resources for fun and learning - Early Years to Secondary|