HOME LEARNING RESOURCES
Within this section you will find files and links to help you support your child at home. Where possible, they have been organised by year group, but some of the links give generic access to whole websites where you will be able to search and filter using your child's year group or age.
KS1 and KS2
Click the link to help your child log into their SEESAW account. Here they will be able to use their Home Learning Code to log in and access personalised activities from their class teacher. This is a whole new system for us therefore it will take us a couple of days to populate these accounts so please bear with us while we get set up. But in the meantime, log in and have a look around and help your child to familiarise themselves with the layout.
RECEPTION and NURSERY
You can continue to upload your child's learning experiences to TAPESTRY so that this can be viewed and commented on by your child's teacher.
Support for Parents and Carers
Young Minds for Parents and Carers provides advice about mental health and behaviour problems in children and young people up to the age of 25. You can call the parents’ and carers’ helpline on 0808 802 5544. Please be aware Young Minds do not provide any direct psychological services and cannot make referrals to the NHS or Children and Young People’s Mental Health Services (CYPMHS).
Websites for your child or young person
If your child or young person would like to speak to someone anonymously, they could try calling a helpline or visiting websites such as ChildLine and The Mix.
- text SHOUT to 85258 in the UK to text with a trained Crisis Volunteer
- text with someone who is trained and will provide active listening and collaborative problem-solving
- call 0800 1111 any time for free
- call 0808 808 4994 for free – lines are open from 11am to 11pm every day
Reading plus is a whole new way of developing reading for KS2 at Morley Victoria. Your child will have access to texts that are directly matched to their reading level. After reading each text they will answer questions to help them develop their comprehension skills. Follow the link below and use the username and password that has been given to your child.
Children in Foundation and KS1 can access reading materials at their own level that have been set by their teacher by following the link below:
This step by step guide to logging on and trouble shooting will help you if you are having any difficulty accessing Bug Club at home:
This is a great site to use to help children develop their phonics skills. There is help for parents who want to know more about phonics and loads of games that your child can play in the different phonic phases.
To access for free click the link below and use march20 (username) and home (password).
Twinkl Home Learning Resources
The Home Learning folder below has all of the home learning packs from the Twinkl website for each year group. They can be down loaded from these folders and printed at home where possible. These are the same sheets that we are giving out at the office.
If you wish to browse Twinkl yourself then go to the TWINKL WEBSITE and use the code UKTWINKLHELPS when setting up your parent account. This will allow you unlimited access to many resources for the foreseeable future.
The Literacy Shed has a wealth of videos that can be used a superb writing prompts for your child. The videos in the link above are organised into 'sheds' of similar styles and many come with an explanation and a ideas for writing. You could ask you child to:
- Write the narrative of the video
- Write a diary as though they are the main character
- Write a description of the character
- Write a description of the setting
Oddizzi is a geography based site that contains a whole host of videos, maps, images that can be used of your child is asked to complete a research on a specific subject. You will receive a password to access the site. When you have this, simply follow the link below to log in.