Here we will be compiling some resources, for you to browse, while you're at home. We will keep adding resources as we discover them. Don't forget to send us pictures of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE 1 to 1 Cycle Training
Calling all teachers and education professionals who want to cycle to work as an alternative to driving or taking public transport. Whether you are a beginner, getting back on the saddle or an advanced cyclist, our instructors will tailor the session to suit you. Sessions can be booked at a mutually convenient location and place, and will include planning a safe cycle route to work.
Training will adhere to social distancing rules. Available to all who live, work or study in Hounslow. There is a refundable £5 deposit charge.
Full informmation about this challenge can be found Here
John Lewis Launch “Create a Superbear” to raise money for the NHS
Minions, astronauts and baking – more activities and inspiration for children
Children can have minion-tastic fun joining Chris Meledandri (Co-Founder & CEO of Illumination) and Brad Ableson (Co-Director of Minions: The Rise of Gru) as they show us how to draw a Minion.
Share your Children's creations online by using the hashtags #creativity&confidence and #myminion. We can’t wait to see what they come up with!
Children can also get their mixing bowls ready as Bake Off: The Professionals judge Benoit Blin lets us in on the secret to making his favourite childhood yoghurt cake recipe.
Sesame Street and Broadway set designer David Gallo shows us that creativity knows no bounds as we drop in on him in his studio (be ready for lots of surprises along the way).
We also have inspiring messages from Helen Sharman (the first British person in space), Billy Collins (poet laureate of the United States 2001-2003), Dan Brulé (pioneer in the field of breathwork) and Lance Corporal Richard Jones (the only magician to ever win Britain’s Got Talent).
ONLINE PHONICS LESSONS
We are pleased to let you know that your child can receive a daily phonics lesson whilst schools are closed. Phonics is the way we teach children to recognise the sounds in words. It helps your child to learn to read and is an essential part of your child’s education.
During the summer term, you will be able to access for your child a daily phonics lesson by Clicking on Letters and Sounds for home and school. All lessons are introduced by celebrities, including children’s TV presenters, which adds an exciting addition to the lessons.
Please Click Here for more information on the Phonics Phases relating to your child's year group.
HEP in partnership with Readly, the UK's premium online magazine app, is offering all teachers, parents, carers and pupils free unlimited access for 2 months as a thank you for all your hard work and support over the recent weeks. Simply register your email address to get the offer, download the app and help yourself to 1000's of the UK best magazines. The offer closes on the 10th May. The app offers:
- No credit card details, just an email address to register
- Parental controls
- Unlimited reading
- Family membership (up to 5 people can read)
- Read online or offline
- Read across phone, tablet, desktop
Use this link to register https://gb.readly.com/hep register by 10th May
Explore the limits of outer space, plunge to the depths of the ocean and travel to the far-flung corners of our incredible world. Collect fun facts along the way and impress your family members!
Now more than ever, we need to open up the world to children who are indoors due to school closures and extend their learning in lockdown. From exploring natural world wonders to discovering new technologies, our Make Your World Bigger video quiz will take children on an incredible journey across the globe.
No passport required: 12,000+ children have participated in recent years!
Please see below for more information on the online education initiatives the BBC are launching on 20th April 2020.
World Rugby Museum - Twickenham
School of Rock
Each week, we’ll be supplying fresh content for children aged 5-11 to do at home.
Resources will be family-friendly, not requiring a teacher or prior subject knowledge. There’ll be fun and diverse activities to do, linking to a multitude of subjects across the National Curriculum. Activities will all be loaded as pdfs, accessible at home from mobiles/laptops and most activities won’t even require a printer!
Don’t forget to share your kids’ creations on social and tag @wrugbymuseum and @EnglandRugby.
Keep fit and healthy and most of all, remember to stay at home.
Take care and enjoy!
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