On this page you will find resources that provide a blended approach towards home learning for students.
The presentation of resources as either on- line or off- line reflects the need for schools to have a blended approach between the two approaches. This means that children who have limited or no access to technology are still able to learn and receive an educational offer but also acknowledges the need to limit daily screen time for children (Children’s Commissioner)
Please contact SAfE if you would like help either to talk through any of these resources or to discuss how these might support a coherent offer.
Please note that Surrey Plus Maths Hiub is running a series of Primary Maths Online Network Meetings - the link to the network programme is: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/primary-maths-online-network-meetings-registration-103322163372
Links / Resources
Telling the Time games
Telling the time games
Various on-line activities
To recognise the place value of each digit in a 3-digit number (100s, 10s, 1s)
Top marks time games
Interactive maths games with quick fire questions; number bonds, times tables, doubling, halving.
Bitesize Daily - six different 20-minute shows, each targeted at specific age groups from five to 14, covering Maths, Science and English, as well as subjects including History and Geography;
more than 150 new lessons added every week to the Bitesize website and app;
advice for parents on home-schooling, and guides for pupils with special educational needs;
for older students, BBC Four is showing evening programmes to support the GCSE and A-level curriculum.
The government has also announced that it is backing a new national online school, called Oak National Academy, to provide 180 hours of free lessons a week. It will offer content based on the curriculum, from Reception to Year 10, for teachers to use when planning remote learning. These resources are designed and developed by teachers to offer support during this period. Teachers are free to choose how to use it – either to follow the full curriculum on offer or signpost students to some of the resources and lessons available. All resources, lessons and more information can be accessed here: http://oaknat.uk/2
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