Home learning suggestion:

If you are looking for fun, play based activities which support child development, why not visit Make time to play.

WELCOME TO MAKE TIME 2 PLAY

We all know how important play is to a child’s development. Our mission is to help you with ideas and inspiration to get your children playing. Our maketime2play facebook page, app and website are updated regularly with play activities for kids that encourage imaginative and exploratory play. We want to enable you to use toys and playtime to build your child’s self-esteem, their sense of wonder and to help them understand the world around them. Every time you make time to play with your children you are encouraging them to grow up happy and healthy. That’s enough talking – let’s get playing.

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Home learning with Jigsaw

Welcome to the Jigsaw Big Sing (click image for link)

We are eager to support Jigsaw learning wherever that learning is now happening and to support children, families and schools to come together as one community to appreciate each other and lift spirits.

So, our first Jigsaw song for the Big Sing is ‘Together as One’.

Jigsaw have given access to two stories and calm me exercises via this image link which we hope you find useful.

 

Jigsaw, the mindful approach to PSHE, is an integrated scheme of learning, for Personal, Social, Health Education, with emphasis on emotional literacy, mental health, SMSC and spiritual development.

With strong emphasis on emotional literacy and nurturing mental health as the necessary underpinnings for learning, Jigsaw equips teachers with detailed lesson plans and all resources required to deliver engaging and relevant PSHE incorporating a whole-school approach. Jigsaw is used throughout the school from the EYFS to Year 4 on a weekly basis.

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Jigsaw also meets the statutory requirements for teaching ‘Relationships and Sex Education (RSE)’. Please see the attached parents guide for more detailed information on how this is delivered in age and stage appropriate way across the school.

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