We hope you are all well - we are thinking of you and missing school! Just remember that we will get through this and we will eventually get back to normal, even if it does take a while!
Year 5 Update
We are now using Seesaw for our home learning while the school is closed. The website you need to use is http://seesaw.me. If you are using a tablet or a phone, you need to download the Seesaw Class app.
You should have received a letter in the post with instructions about how to set up and log in to Seesaw. This new platform will make it much easier for teachers to see what you are learning at home and for you to contact them too.
We have kept the past weeks' home learning on this page in case you want to see it, and you can still contact your teacher using the form at the bottom of the page if you want to.
What else can you do at home?
Remember all the logins that you have from school for different websites. There are lots of things that you can do online that will stop you from getting bored:
Times Tables Rockstars
Duolingo (for Spanish)
Daily PE with Joe Wicks
Search for 'PE with Joe' on Youtube - it's broadcast live every day at 9am!
There are hundreds of stories that you can listen to, totally free, without signing in.
King of Maths
There is a fantastic app to download to your device called King of Maths. Use your finger to write the answer on the screen using handwriting. Questions gradually get harder. How many bonus points can you get?
Personal, Social & Health Education (PSHE)
The following link shares daily challenge videos that aim to encourage social action every day whilst being at home. The daily challenges are a great way to begin important discussions on local and global social issues such as the environment, homelessness, discrimination and well-being.
Daily Challenge Videos:
Talking Mental Health:
The following website provides fantastic advice and support for both children and adults during these difficult times:
Well Being Week
Over the last few weeks, life has been very different to usual and this can make us feel unsettled and unsure. For that reason, at Lordship Lane Primary School we held Well Being Week for the week beginning the 25th of May. As it would normally have been half term, we planned lots of fun activities to help make the week
feel a little bit more like a holiday than it might do otherwise.
If you didn't manage to do any of these activities during wellbeing week, you can find the activities below.
If you're in 5M, use this form to contact your teacher.
If you're in 5TW, use this form to contact your teachers
If you are in 5R, use this form to contact your teacher.