On this page, you will find ideas to help families to learn at home. We hope these activities support you during this time, however they are optional so families are welcome to use their own home learning ideas if they prefer.
To find learning specific to your year group, please follow these links for daily activities and updates;
You can visit our subject pages to find more links and ideas to help with learning at home.
We hope children and families have enjoyed all of the home learning activities that we have shared over the last few months. From Friday 17th July it will be the summer holiday, so we won't be adding new learning from then on.
On your year group pages (see the links above), all the usual website links and a few projects will be available all summer long so that you can still access them if you wish to.
If you want some ideas for looking after your mental wellbeing during the break, the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families has produced this great #SelfcareSummer booklet - take a look and give some of the activities a try!
We have also made a guide for families, full of ideas for days out and activities in the local area. We hope this inspires you to get outside and explore somewhere new during the summer break. See below for the full guide, which contains lots of links to venue websites and other guidance.
We can't wait to see you all in September!
Sheringham's Virtual Sports Week
Thank you to all children, parents and teachers who took part in our Virtual Sport's Week! Take a look at how our children (and adults) rose to the challenge:
The BBC have done a great job to launch the government's main platform for learning at home. It is brilliant, and there is a LOT of great learning resources, games and activities, grouped by subject and year group. We will be linking to this a lot, but you can do your own learning or through the red button on your TV.
How to talk about the current situationChildren may be finding it tricky to understand what is going on at the moment - this isn't surprising and we adults don't have all the answers. If you need some help explaining things to your children, you can use this new, free online book, beautifully illustrated by Axel Scheffler (of 'The Gruffalo' fame, amongst many others) - older children could read it by themselves, or parents could read sections to their younger children. Alternatively, check out Newsround for lots of videos and current news articles aimed at children.