Here we have also collated a list of websites that may be useful for you to use for home learning. We will continue to add to this throughout. There are a range of resources that should help to engage your children during this time.
It is important to remember that websites often have unwanted adverts, so please keep an eye on your children whilst using these websites.
You may also be able to set up child friendly internet on your tablet/computer through your browser settings.
A range of games and activities for your child.
A range of phonics activities to support EYFS/KS1.
A new Manx company for physical and online phonics activities.
Daily sessions between 10-10:20.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday for Nursery and Reception.
Tuesday and Thursday for Year 1 & 2.
To access Actiphons, search for them on Facebook.
Letters and Sounds
This website has free printable resources that fit with your child's phonics needs.
To access, search for your child's current phonics phase on the left and click 'Resources' for the appropriate number.
Open ended tools, Spelling & Grammar, Maths, Cross Curricular Projects.
Follow the link and create a free subscription.
Home challenges and task ideas.
A variety of Maths and Reading home learning packages. You have free access to the child friendly version of the site.
You can provide your email to be sent free activities and resources for support with home learning.
A wide range of subject resources. Choose key stage and subject to navigate the website, or search for something you are looking for.
Similar to above, BBC provides clips and activites for a wide range of subjects.
A teacher's favourite. Twinkl provide learning resources across all subjects and a wide range of topics, from maths problems to mindfulness colouring activities.
Twinkl is very kindly offering free access to parents during the Pandemic.
You need to create an account and use the code 'PARENTSTWINKLHELPS' to access this free offer.
Free science lesson videos.
National Geographic Kids
A range of fun activities and quizzes for children linked to geography.
A way to learn computer programming skills. Fun and free.
This website offers free reading resources for children.
The Imagination Tree
Here you will find a range of art and crafts ideas and activities for young children.
Lots of tablet-friendly Maths games. Browse by subject and age group to find age-appropriate games.
A range of tablet-friendly maths games linking to the curriculum.
Games for all aspects of Maths.
White Rose Maths
White Rose is our go-to for Maths Mastery learning here at Peel. They are kindly offering support for parents during this time. You will find a wide range of resources suitable for their year group.
If you wish to find what your child has been focusing on at school, look at their newsletter which should point you in the right direction.
Master the Curriculum
This Maths subscription service has made free resources for parents to use.
P.E, Mindfulness & Movement
BBC Super Movers
Dance and movement linked to the curriculum.
A wide range of movement, mindfulness and breathing videos created by child development experts. Available for free if you sign up. Lots of these videos could be particularly usesful for any children (and parents!) struggling with change and anxiety around the current situation.
A KS1 Favourite! This is a fun mindfulness and yoga channel with videos ranging from 5-45 minutes long. Aimed at EYFS and KS1 children.
The Body Coach
Joe Wicks has a 'Kids Workouts To Do At Home' playlist, which contains 5-10 minute long home workouts to keep kids active.
On this channel you will also find live stream classes he is doing at 9am called 'PE with Joe'.
Click the below link to find a direct link to his playlists, or explore his channel by searching The Body Coach TV on youtube. Great for parents to join in with too!
Premier League Stars
This website offers videos and activities to support Maths, Literacy, PSHE and PE.
A child-friendly way to keep children up to date with the world around them - creating opportunities to talk about the news with your children.
As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic we faced unprecedented demands on schools to deliver new and dramatically different ways of teaching and learning for pupils, particularly those who are unable to attend school.
The Scoill yn Jubilee Online Learning Contingency Plan is underpinned by professional development and support at all levels, so that our staff gain the knowledge, confidence and skills that will help them to deliver remote education effectively. We also want to make sure we are making the most of any existing practice within our school to build capacity and improve our approach.
The plan is collaborative, relational and evidence-based, within the ultimate goal of ensuring all those within the school community are receiving the best possible support at this time.