Summer Term Learning

Week 1 Learning Guides

Please click on the relevant link below for learning for your year group. Should you have any questions please contact: info@sthugh-of-lincoln.surrey.sch.uk

Year RYear 1 Year 2

Year 3Year 4 Year 5Year 6

Daily Challenges

Spelling

Learning the correct spelling of common words would be a fantastic use of home learning time. You can find the key words you need to know here:

Years 1 and 2 – Click here

Years 3 and 4 – Click here

Year 5 and 6 – Click here

Weblinks to School Subscriptions:

To support learning during the closure we have invested in the following subscriptions. Your children were introduced to them during their last few days of school. Should you experience any problems with these subscriptions please email password@sthugh-of-lincoln.surrey.sch.uk 

Times Tables Rockstars

Spelling Shed

Hampshire Library Service

Other Useful Websites:

Pobble365 – a picture a day to stimulate conversation and writing.  

CAFOD – a growing bank of resources for RE learning. 

Twinkl  – useful for a whole range of curriculum learning. Currently offering free access to all resources for parents. 

White Rose Maths – online video lessons for improving maths mastery. 

BBC Bitesize – useful for a range of learning resources. 

Handwash challenge – a competition to help win money for your school. 

Nrich maths – maths puzzles and problems supporting deeper understanding.

RE – links from the diocesan website.

RE– resources to support with the provision of RE activities.

RE– PowerPoint for Holy Week celebrations.

Jo Wicks daily exercise– Monday to Friday 9am live workouts on YouTube.

The NSPCC- have sent through some links to help the children to stay calm and informed during this period.

The NSPCC– Games to build esteem and to help take their mind off the current situation.

The NSPCC– If everything is getting too much, they can do some calming yoga with us here.

ELSA free resources – Fantastic Emotional Literacy Support Assistant work.

Well Being Pack – For children who are struggling with the changes at this time.