COVID-19 Temporary Provision
Summer Term Home Learning
Please click the year group links below to access the new 'Topic Project Planners' for home learning for Summer Term. This projects are linked to the topics the children would have learnt about in school.
Reception and Nursery can continue to access their home learning through the Google Drive and Tapestry.
Topic Project Planners
Supporting Document for Topic Planner
Welcome to Summer Term Letter
|Year 1 - Amazing Creatures||Year 1 - Supporting Document||Year 1|
|Year 2 - Help the Environment||Year 2 - Supporting Document||Year 2|
|Year 3 - Volcanoes and Earthquakes||Year 3 - Supporting Document||Year 3|
|Year 4 - Romans||Year 4 - Supporting Document||Year 4|
|Year 5 - The Tudors||Google Classroom||Year 5|
|Google Classroom||Google Classroom||Year 6|
Year 5 and 6 will continue to receive tasks and support during the week through the Google Classroom.
The Education Team at Merton have created a leaflet to help parents with supporting their children's reading at home. Click here to download this file.
Merton School Sports Partnership have also provided us with some links to keep the children active at home. Please click the links below to access these resources.
Merton SSP Website: http://www.mertonssp.org.uk/home-pe-mssp
Whilst we go through these challenging times, we will endeavour to support our families as and when we can.
Below are some links to some resources to support your children to understand what Coronavirus is and what they can do to help.
Coronavirus: A Book for Children - This book has been illustrated by Axel Scheffler who illustrated Julia Donaldson's world famous book, 'The Gruffalo'.
A PDF version of the book can be downloaded by clicking here.
Want to support your child with online safety at home? Click here to access some resources to teach your children about the importance of online safety.
Our ELSA team have also provided some resources to help with well-being at home.
Additional Resources for Well-being
Please see below two links that share ideas on how to get your children active and keep them fit and healthy: