If your child is struggling with any home learning, teachers will be available to support via the SeeSaw platform. Pupils should know how to leave comments and ask questions.
SeeSaw - SeeSaw is a secure online platform that the children regularly use to support and showcase their learning in school.
Pupils have been provided with personalised QR and text codes to access their individual SeeSaw accounts where they can upload work and complete activities set by their teacher.
Pupils can access their accounts via the SeeSaw app (free to download from the App Store or Google Play) or the desktop version at web.seesaw.me. To access their account, children will need to scan the QR code in the SeeSaw app or input the personalised text code. Please ensure that your child does not share their personalised QR or text code with anyone else. Teachers may broadcast activities or information. Teachers can also respond to questions or give pupils additional support if required.
The click on the tabs below to see useful links and some great games, activities and learning resources to help you with your school work. :
Games for all ages
Fun games for 7-11's
Put your pizza-making skills to the test
Test your knowledge on contractions and hone your slingshot skills
Guide these cosmic canines home!
Answer road safety questions to move up ladders and save yourself from the snakes
Help Murdock the cat cook up some tasty food
Use your mouse to scoop, bake and serve ice cream cookies
Race against each other while practising your multiplication facts!
Key Stage 2 is a phase of primary education for pupils aged 7 to 11 in England and Wales.
Emily Gopaul has lots of art projects you may want to try out. If you want to be an Art Detective, follow the link on SeeSaw or access your class SeeSaw account. For more Art activities, and home Art lessons, you can visit and subscribe to The Primary Art Class on YouTube
Enfield School and Early Years Improvement Service are running an Art Challenge in collaboration with the University of the Arts of London. If you would like to know more, click here. For an application form, click here.
The application deadline is 5pm on Friday 3 July 2020.
Speech and Language activities - This parent portal, designed by Speech and Language Link, provides guidance on parent-child activities and access to educational games intended to develop speech and language skills.
First News - a UK newspaper for young readers. It is published in a full colour tabloid format every Friday, and aims to present current events and politics in a child-friendly format, alongside news on entertainment, sport and computer games.
Click on video below to hear a message and poem reading for Carterhatch from Cheryl Moskowitz.
Into Film - Into Film gives every child and young person aged 5 to 19 in the UK the chance to experience film creatively.
MyMaths - Interactive maths learning for the whole school. Pupils will log in using their own username and password. Teachers will set work for your child to complete.
Times Tables Rockstars - Pupils access Times Tables Rockstars to support learning their times tables. This is a school-wide resource. Each pupil has their own username and password in the back of their home learning books. The App is free to download on any device.
White Rose Maths - The White Rose Maths Team has prepared a series of five brand new maths lessons for each year group from Years 1-8. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully.
Maths Frame (Year 4 only) - In Year 4, and in preparation for the Multiplication Tables Check in June, children also use Maths Frame which has a layout similar to the actual Multiplication Tables Check. The children will complete the Multiplication Tables Check via a laptop and they are encouraged to use the number pad. More information on the Multiplication Tables Check is available at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/multiplication-tables-check-development-process. Other year groups may use Maths Frame for extension activities.
For exciting investigations you can carry out at home with your children, please take a look at the websites below:
The Maths Factor - Carol Vorderman's online maths school.
Girls Who Code - Girls Who Code has just released FREE weekly Girls Who Code at Home unplugged and online activities. We know that parents, educators, and girls are looking for support and connection during these challenging times. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Girls Who Code is making computer science educational activities available for download free of charge, to anyone who wants to access them. Learn to code from the comfort of your home!
The Science Museum - Explore the collection beyond the museum floor and find out the fascinating histories behind even the smallest objects.
Keeping fit - The following websites give ideas to really get you moving and count towards the 60 active minutes recommended every day! Try some of these at home.
Marble run challenge - Deadline for submission of the video is 5pm, Friday 15 May 2020