Useful Links

Useful Links

#ReadAtHome - Reading Challenge 2020

Hampshire School Library Service (SLS) would like to encourage all pupils to take in part in a reading challenge during this stay at home period.  They are asking pupils to read 6 books (although you can read more if you wish) and submit a short review for each title.  Once complete, you can then download a certificate, which will be made available shortly.  Click here to submit your reviews.  

 

Home Learning Packs

Please use the following links to access Home Learning Pack 2 for your child.

Eagle Owl Class: https://www.bartonstacey.hants.sch.uk/Class-News/

Hawk Owl Class: https://www.bartonstacey.hants.sch.uk/Class-News-11102018135426/

Barn Owl Class: https://www.bartonstacey.hants.sch.uk/Class-News-11102018135308/

Snowy Owl Class: https://www.bartonstacey.hants.sch.uk/Class-News-11102018135500/

Home Learning Resources

Further Home Learning resources and apps can be found here

In addition to the Home Learning Packs, there a number of websites that parents may wish to explore to further support their children’s home learning (click on each title). As with all information available on the internet, please do visit any website first to ensure you are happy with its content and to check the suitability for your child’s age and year group.

Oxford Owl:  Reading, English and Maths resources organised by year group, with over 100 free eBooks developed for children aged 3-11.

Love My Books: a free website providing resources, activity ideas and book suggestions for children up to age 9. Pages of great ideas for parents and children sharing books together.

Audible: For as long as schools are closed, Audible is offering educational and entertaining audiobook content for children, teens, and families. They will be available to listen to on a laptop, desktop, smartphone or tablet.

#DrawWithRob  Each Tuesday and Thursday at 10am, children’s author and illustrator Rob Biddulph is posting a video of him drawing a character for children to copy. These are stored on his website for you to watch.

Stay At Home Story Time: Each weekday at 6pm, children’s author Oliver Jeffers is  reading one of his books and talking about some of the things that went into making it. If you wish to watch the live video, this can be found on Oliver Jeffers’ Instagram page; alternatively, the video can also be viewed a few hours later on Oliver’s website

The Body Coach PE sessions: Every weekday morning at 9am, Joe ‘The Body Coach’ Wicks will be running live PE sessions for children and their families on his Youtube channel – a great way to start the day!

#TheGreatIndoors Renowned for their love of the great outdoors, the Scouting Association have now launched The Great Indoors! Their website is packed with over 100 fun and engaging activities that can be completed in the home or garden.

Chance to Shine: Howzat!  Here is the second weekly cricket activity called Brilliant Bowler, which encourages children to explore different throwing techniques and needs very little equipment. There is a supporting video, an individual child activity, as well as a parent and child activity. Last week’s cricket activity was called Cool Catcher and all the details can be found here. Remember the exciting Super Over from the 2019 Cricket World Cup final? Now is your chance to be the commentator for this historic event. Check out the ideas here.

Origami Paper: Origami paper to support the Easter booklet activities.