School Closure Home Learning



Brecknock staff have made a video with a message to all of the Brecknock community during lockdown: WE MISS YOU! Click here to watch and share!

Home Learning Organisation 

Please click on the link below as it explains how we will be organising home learning during the school closure:

Home Learning For Parents

Where can I find work for my child?

Click on the year group to find daily work. Click on one of the subsections (Reading, Writing and Maths) to see a list of additional websites and tasks.

Is there any guidance from the government?

The government have brought together an initial list of free 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. The government states that they may be useful for parents in considering how they could support their children’s education, but they should not be used in place of existing resources. So, please do continue to use your child’s year group page as the main source of your child’s learning from home and supplement this with the list above.

Looking for more?

Twinkl has topic tasks, assessments, interactive activities, resource packs, PowerPoints, teaching ideas and more! They are offering every parent access to all Twinkl resources with a One Month Ultimate Membership, totally free of charge. Setting this up is really easy to do – click here and enter the offer code PARENTSTWINKLHELPS

When should my child be working?

It might help the children to have a timetable you follow each day (similar to what they would have in school). It will help you too! Here is a daily timetable that can be easily adapted for children of all ages. If you would like one already completed, click here (there’s also a weekly timetable on page 2 that can be adapted). It might be a good idea to start the day with a PE lesson. Joe Wicks is delivering a class at 9am every week day o his Youtube Channel. If this isn’t for you, perhaps try some yoga, mindfulness and relaxation designed specially for children.

Worried about your child online?

While school is closed, click here to see what you can do to keep your child stay safe while they are learning and having fun online. The Thinkuknow website has lots of advice, activities and resources that parents and children can use.