Key Stage 2: Years 3 & 4
Years 3 and 4
As part of your child’s home learning we have put together a list of comprehensive resources which allow your children to work at home on a range of subjects. Alongside regular reading opportunities please scroll the page below to see the resources available.
Some of the links allow the children to work straight on the website and interact with it e.g. playing games. Others provide the children with activities or videos which the children can watch or use as a stimulus for learning. Any recording can be done with your child in their writing book.
The link below is for a book aimed at supporting children with understanding what is currently happening. So many children are feeling worried and anxious right now, this could help alleviate some of their fears. It has received some wonderful feedback:
Weekly Learning Letters
Please click on link below for your child's weekly Learning Letter:
Emerald Class: Week beginning 23.3.20
Sapphire Class: Week beginning 23.3.20
Garnet Class: Week beginning 23.3.20
Emerald Class: Week beginning 30.3.20
Sapphire Class: Week beginning 30.3.20
Garnet Class: Week beginning 30.3.20
Daily Live Events Timetable
Mixed subjects –
This website has a range of creative activities which can be done at home for all ages:
A range of interactive games and activities which you can play at home:
These websites offer a range of maths questions and activities which you can print off at home OR access and look at on the screen.
Homework activity booklet for times tables:
Home learning activity booklet for Maths:
Fluent in 5
In order to help practice fluency, we have uploaded a range of questions onto our Maths curriculum page. Click on the link to access the page then scroll down to choose the appropriate questions for your child.
This website allows the children to practice their spelling in an interactive way:
Scholastic have provided a range of activities for children access at home linked to English and reading:
These websites provide videos or pictures which allow a creative writing stimulus for pupils. The website gives suggestions for activities the children could do in response to a video or picture:
This website supports children and parents which providing writing opportunities:
Website which has access to free ebooks for the children to read and enjoy:
Listen to audiobooks for free with this link:
Click on the link below to find a document that provides activities for the Holy week and supports the RE curriculum in schools. There are pieces of the Easter story to read and symbols to ‘find’ and collect. These could be actual objects discovered in the home or garden, symbols drawn on card or paper and cut out, drawn on an iPad, or pictures found in a google search. It has been created by the Church Schools of Cambridge.
An Easter Adventure
History, Geography and Sciences
Below are links to different museums or locations which are offering virtual tours:
The links below allow children to practice their computing skills:
This website or app has some free features which teaches foreign languages using bite-size lessons.
Please click on the link to download out Art Start booklet. The booklet allows the children to reflect on different art work, the questions in the start of the book will allow you to do this! Use the link to National Gallery and you can choose a piece of artwork from their collection to study.
National Gallery art work:
The Fitzwilliam have also created some activities for you do to at home, click on the links below. The virtual tour will be up and running very soon!
You can also take a virtual tour of some different galleries here:
Here are some links to help with practicing drawing:
We are pleased to announce that Miss Ostler who runs many of our clubs is moving towards online activities. Please type in KPA School or @kpaschooluk into Facebook search bar to find her and KPA School on Instagram.
A message from Miss Ostler: 'The idea is to keep every fit and active, try out new exercises and dance styles. I will be aiming to have live or pre recorded morning Wake Up and Get Moving videos for everyone to start their day energized and ready to go. Keeping mind and body healthy and working. '
Click on the document below for more information and online classes you can join:
Also below are some different documents she has created to support staying fit and active at home:
Online Schedule Summer
Bronze Challenge Sheet
Real PE at home – online learning resources
A message from our PE providers:
Real PE at home includes an online programme which supports families to be active, play and learn together. It includes a programme specifically for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 with 12 themes, 6 areas, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity. This programme is also great for family play and fun.
It also includes a programme for children in Key Stage 2, with daily and weekly guidance provided for both programmes (starting from this week) in addition to an option to choose your own themes and activities.
There are so many benefits to being active, not only to our physical wellbeing but also to our emotional and mental health, especially in such testing times for all of us. We hope that the ideas help support you and your family to stay fit and healthy in the coming months. Here are the details to access Real PE at home:
The website address is: home.jasmineactive.com
Parent email: email@example.com
Click here to view more information to support you including a user guide and FAQs.
You can view what real PE at home looks like by clicking here.
JS Sports and Education
Our dodgeball provider JS Sports and Education have developed a new social media page on Facebook. By searching for @jssportsandeducation on Facebook you can have access to daily tasks, challenges and sporting activities!
Also please find our free downloadable resource provided by them. This allows children to stay fit and active through exercise – not just thinking about dodgeball!
Joe Wicks Body Coach is streaming live at 9am every morning Monday to Friday to help keep children moving, click on the link below for more details.
Get active while at home:
We understand that the children may be feeling a range of emotions at this time, the link below offers an app to support mindfulness:
This link give access to yoga activities: