Please follow public guidelines of going out for exercise daily. Wherever possible play in your own outside areas.
Up to date information is available here: www.gov.uk/coronavirus
Welcome the King’s Hedges Educational Federation Home Learning Page. Below you will find three sections. First, there is a link to the home learning created by the class teachers. Next, are the contact details of the class teachers. Finally, you will find links to a range of other home learning resources. Please choose the best resources for your child/ren and that you find easiest to access. The home learning materials produced by the class teachers contain material that the children will be familiar with. They will recognise the format, vocabulary and tasks.
The most important thing is that your children have opportunities to read, write and practise their maths skills daily. This will help them most when they return to school. It is also important for them to have opportunities to be creative, exercise and have fun.
We hope you find the resources useful.
Support with home learning
If you have any questions regarding the home learning pack, please contact your child's class teacher via e-mail. The email address will start with the name of your child's class followed by @kingshedges.cambs.sch.uk. Please direct any other enquiries to the school office - firstname.lastname@example.org
Key Maths Resources
Use your TT Rockstars log-in to access both TT Rockstars and Numbots!
Numbots - click here
TT Rockstars - click here
Use your MyMaths login to access a range of activities set by your teacher.
MyMaths - click here
More Resources and Links
Explaining COVID19 to Children
This short story may help to explain the current COVID 19 situation to children. Click here
Here you will find a book to support and reassure children under 7. It is available in different languages . Click here
Here is a link to a pdf time capsule work book for pupils to record their thoughts and feelings about the COVID situation. Click here
A free information book explaining the coronavirus to children, illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Cheffler. Click here
The Department for Education have brought together an initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home.
These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages. Click here.
Although our historic churches are currently closed you can still enjoy them and learn something new here.
Cambridge United have produced some education activity packs. Click here