Christmas Holiday Activities
As we come to the end of the Autumn Term, we just wanted to say how proud we are of you all. You have all worked extremely hard throughout the term and continue to impress us with your resilience and persistence.
I know all the adults wish you a fantastic Christmas holidays and hope you have lots of fun. However, we would love for you to keep up the progress you have made since being back in school and have provided you with some ideas for activities you could do at home. These will help you come back to school in January, ready to learn, positive and ready to continue to strive for greatness!
English, RE, Mathematics and Science
The Oak National Trust provides thousands of free pre-recorded lessons for children from Early Years to Year 6. All you must do is choose the topic which you wish to learn about. It is recommended that you use the targets from the Summer Reports to help choose what you should learn about.
Simple to follow lessons and videos for pupils 4 – 14. Catch up and keep learning with short films, quizzes and practice activities that deliver key topics at home.
A brilliant website with some resources, which use video and animation as a stimulus for learning.
Recommended Reading Lists for each Year group can be found on school website.
Please visit Our Learning > English > Reading.
A Christmas whole school battle has been set up. Let's see who can get the most points over the Christmas!
Lots of great simple activities you can complete at home!
Searchable site of thousands of quality, interactive resources, homework, exams and revision help.
Readings, activities, crafts, games for the home.
Health and Well-being
Cosmic Yoga is a great way to stay calm and develop mindful techniques which can then be used in school. They also make great stories to listen to! Have a look below and find more examples by clicking here.
40 Christmas Craft activities to keep you busy.
Just Dance - Stop and unwind for a few minutes with a fun Just Dance. Lots can be found online.
Joe Wicks Five minute work out videos for kids.
If you love drawing or origami, Art For Kids Hub is a great way to spend an afternoon. All you need is a piece of paper and a pencil, and follow these videos to draw hundreds of different characters or create amazing paper masterpieces.
Play free art games and fun quizzes, find art activities, read about artists and share your art. The best art website for kids.
ICT - Play Google's Interland and continue to learn how to keep safe online.
Funology is a website for parents and teachers who are looking for fun activities they can do with their kids in the “real” world, away from the computer and television screens.
History - From famous battles to ancient wars, kids can learn all about the history of Britain, as well as other countries on this fun website.