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Home Learning activities

Below you will see various links to 'Lockdown Learning' from summer 2020.  We have left this here in case it is of any use to our families.  

Remote Learning from January 2021 will be communicated via Google Classroom to children (and via Seesaw to parents).

OFJ message to our families

A video from the staff at Oak Farm Junior School to our families...

Home Learning Projects

Below is a set of projects that children are able to work on at home if they are unable to attend school. They are designed around the National Curriculum expectations for the year group your child is in. If your child has additional needs, you may wish to access the projects for the age range below. Junior projects are posted on the junior part of the website.

Children can still access Purple Mash, My Maths and Bug Club and please ensure they read daily.

If you are already self-isolating your family please use the resources to support your child’s learning during the time they are unable to attend school. We are aware we have suggested a lot of activities – please do not feel everything should be completed, however to support your child’s learning please aim to complete a daily task in maths, reading, phonics and writing. 

We will add further projects should schools need to close for any length of time and will provide opportunities for the children to share their home learning once we are fully back to normal.

Please enjoy spending this extra time with your children, providing you are all fit and well. Other ideas for family fun include:

  • Plant tomatoes
  • Go on a bug hunt
  • Bird watch for 15 minutes
  • Cooking or baking using scales and recipes
  • Exercise challenges
  • Build an obstacle course
  • Build a den inside or outdoors
  • Observational drawings of nature, people or household objects
  • Learn a poem
  • Write a letter
  • Play board games
  • Watch an age appropriate film and discuss the characters
Year 5 and 6
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