Home Learning Expectations

In order to support your child with their learning at home, we have the following home learning expectations:


  • Daily reading
  • Phonics work uploaded to Tapestry

Years 1 and 2 (KS1)

  • Daily reading
  • Weekly use of Numbots or Times Tables Rockstars
  • Alternate weekly maths or writing activity

Years 3,4,5 and 6 (KS2)

  • Daily reading
  • Weekly use of Times Tables Rockstars
  • Occasional topic home learning from different areas of the curriculum

Maths Resources

There are some fantastic maths resources online such as:

Times Tables Rockstars: https://ttrockstars.com/

All children’s tables are set to automatically select questions for tables they are finding tricky.

White Rose: https://whiterosemaths.com/resources/schemes-of-learning/primary-sols/

You can click on your child’s year group and select a topic.

Nrich: https://nrich.maths.org/9084

Open ended maths activities. Some have solutions that other children have found.




Other Curriculum Resources

There are many other resources online to support your child in all areas of the curriculum:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary for all areas of the curriculum

https://en.e-learningforkids.org/ for all areas of the curriculum

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/teacher-category/primary-resources/ for Science, History and Geography

https://scratch.mit.edu/ for Computing

Special Educational Needs

SEN Links Document.pdf

Keeping Fit & Healthy

It is really important for children and families to look after their health and wellbeing while school is closed.

There are 5 ways to wellbeing:


Wellbeing 1

Child friendly social stories to help parents/carers explain what the Coronavirus is to children

Coping with COVID-19 Isolation - self-care workbooks and guidance packages

Miss Wheeler's Active Noughts and Crosses Example Video


#ActiveMeAtHome provides FREE resources and activity ideas for families to use, helping your children to have fun, be active, develop their skills and continue learning at home!

The resources cover physically active learning, physical activity, healthy lifestyle recipes and a range of other educational resources that can be completed at home.

All the resources are on the #ActiveMeAtHome hub which you can access via the website – www.activeme360.com/activemeathome/


Due to the high level of creativity going on at home, we have decided to dedicate a page to celebrate all of your fantastic home learning!

Spirituality Space

Welcome to our

‘Spirituality Space’

At Wickham Church of England Primary School, we want our children to know that life is sacred, that their choices matter, that nature deserves a certain reverence, that their presence in the world contributes to joy and goodness, that things have a way of working out (not always as we imagine), that the greatest joy usually comes from sharing and connecting with others, that being uncomfortable can push us to grow and that while we don’t always get what we want, we can always choose to make the most of what we have.

Spirituality for children is really about teaching them who they are, reminding them daily of their connection to something greater than themselves, to the universe, nature, the energy that flows through all of us. They are connected to every other person on the planet, developing compassion.

In current, unprecedented times this seems even more poignant, so we hope this page will give you and your child some ideas for spirituality, reflections and prayer at home.

   An ‘Alphabet of Spirituality’ 

Wickham Church of England Primary School, Buddens Road, Wickham, Hampshire, PO17 5HU

01329 833065

Lindsay Grimwood - Senior Admin Officer

[email protected]

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