Home Learning

Working from home can be a good opportunity to learn some new skills that you don't normally have time for.  But it can also be hard, especially if you are used to being out a lot.  Here is a great collection of information and resources to help us all get set up for some great learning from home. Just click to download the document.  Below that are lots of resources for you to use.  Please let your SJL know if you need support with anything. We will add new things each week and will also be posting on Twitter and Instagram from Monday 30th March @SouthQuayEd

Transitioning to Home Learning

For more updates from your local authority and other safety and wellbeing information, please see our Parents / Carers pages.

Websites 

Click on the links below to access your work and see other resources that can help you:

BKSB website has work for English.

Maths Watch website has work for maths.

If you are having problems with your login or password, please tell your SJL. The work has been set to match what you have been doing in class.

Other Useful Websites

Some people find fish and other sealife really calming. Take a look at these LiveCams from Monterey Bay Acquarium!

BBC Bitesize has useful revision for GCSE English and maths.

Code Academy  Sign up and learn to code for free. Computing skills can lead to well paid and interesting careers!  See here.

Kano Club Try the free creative challenges to learn basic coding skills.

Learn to manage your money with Natwest Money Sense.

Purple Mash has interactive learning activities. 

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Duolingo spend 5 minutes a day learning a new language online, or download the app for your phone.

National Theatre At Home:  Watch performances from the National Theatre, streaming for FREE during April. First up on 2nd April, James Corden in One Man, Two Guvnors. 

Young Enterprise Toolkit: Activities to get you thinking about money.

Other Great Resources!

Information and worksheets can be dowloaded here:

Art:

Click here for Art activities and useful links, like this one, to a virtual tour of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. Sunflowers have a way of making people smile!

Or this virtual tour of the Courtauld Gallery, with some of the most famous paintings in the world!

Alternatively open Frances' Padlet to see everything on a virtual noticeboard!

Arts Award (Bronze) Feedback Sheet for Part D: Art Skill Share

Template for a film review, from Into Film.

3Cs and 3Ss: Download this game from Into Film for talking about a film you have watched.

Construction:

Take a look at these instructions for making a Cobra Weave Exploding Stick Bomb. Email us a picture if you manage to do it!

Here's a YouTube tutorial.

Electrical Installation (Year 10):

Technologystudent.com: Lots of resources and printable worksheets on this website covering key topics such as: batteries, LEDs, circuits, diodes and much more.

Yenka: This website has loads of activities for Science, Technology, ICT and Maths. If you have antivirus software you may like to download a FREE trial version for students.

Try these challenges:

Environmentally Friendly House Design (Year 11)

Design your Perfect Armchair (Year 10/11)

Design a Walking Stick for a Spy (Year 10/11)

Design your Dream Car (Year 10/11)

Fitness & Sport:

PE with Joe: Daily 30 minute workout sessions that can be done at home with no equipment.

If you need something more challenging, or want a more targeted workout, explore all the other options on The Body Coach TV!

Whack-A-Bone: Think you know your femur from your fibula? Test yourself with this game!

Poke-A-Muscle: Beat the clock to hunt for muscles.

Revise the Circulatory System with this wordsearch.

If you managed that, try this one, on the Respiratory System.

Mindfulness and Wellbeing:

Wellbeing Journal with suggestions for positivity and mindfulness can be downloaded here

Self-Care is about doing something that you enjoy or helps you to feel calm.  The Anna Freud Centre has some great suggestions for this here.

Mind also has tips and exercises for relaxation.

The NHS suggests this breathing exercise.

Every Mind Matters:  An online wellbeing resource from the NHS.

Check out this blog from Young Minds.

Here are some simple ideas for feeding a family with simple and cheap ingredients while we don't have as many eating out or shopping options:

Thinking about the future:

It's never too early to dream a little about your future. We have put some inspiration and links HERE!

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