Home Learning

NSPCC Speak out. Stay safe. Virtual Assembly

Home Learning packs for week WC 13 July 2020

Jolly Phonics e-readers now available!

We are delighted to announce that Jolly Phonics have now made all of their Jolly Phonics Readers available as e-readers for free for a limited time on Android and Apple devices!

Spanning 93 books across 5 levels of decodable readers, they will help you to support your children remotely as they practice their reading skills anywhere!

All of these readers will be available for free until 30th June, to support your children during these difficult times. ***

Stay Active PE Home learning resources:


Kent Sporthttps://www.kentsport.org/coronavirus/



Athletics Funeticshttps://funetics.co.uk/for-parents/funetics-activity-videos/

NHS & Change4Lifehttps://www.nhs.uk/change4life

Sport Englandhttps://www.sportengland.org/news/join-movement

This Girl Can Disney Dance Alongs: https://www.thisgirlcan.co.uk/activities/disney-workouts/

Firefighter Fit Kids: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIgIDJJ9oU9-pdTRFfNFdMA

Keeping Myself Healthy – inside and out!

Children will be learning about their physical needs and emotional needs. We have received this Home Learning pack from SCARF our online teaching resource with lots of exciting ideas on how to keep children healthy on the outside and on the inside.


FREE eBook Library

Oxford Reading Tree: They are offering free eBooks, developed for children aged 3–11 years old. They are making even more eBooks available here, for the duration of UK school closures, so that your child has more to read. If you’d like to learn more about how to support your child’s reading, visit their Reading pages.

All the eBooks are tablet-friendly. Just register or  above to start reading.


BBC Primary Teaching Resources: Classroom resources for teaching pupils at Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and at 1st and 2nd Level in Scotland. This page is organised by subject and age-group. A recommended website, please take a look.


Thinkuknow: keeping your child safe online while they are off school
Thinkuknow is the national online safety education programme from CEOP, the online child protection command of the National Crime Agency.
Thinkuknow helps parents, carers, teachers and others keep children safe from sexual abuse, offering learning activities, advice and support for children and young people aged 4-18 and their families.
While school is closed, here’s what you can do to keep your child stay safe while they are learning and having fun online. (further down the page are some age related activity sheets)


David Walliams free daily audio stories. Now, every day at 11am, David Walliams, author of The Boy in The Dress and Gangsta Granny, will be sharing an audio story from one of his best-selling World’s Worst Children short story collections.

Whether your children are already firm fans of the author or not, this is a sure way to add some fun and laughter to their mornings. The daily treat is nostalgically named ‘Elevenses’, and children and grown-ups can tune in for a tale elaborately told by the TV presenter, actor and comedian. And, yes, he does all the voices.

You can listen to David Walliams’ daily short stories at any time, with each being released at 11.00am from 24 March to 23 April. Visit his website for activities, clips, books and more.

Twinkl is offering free access for parents in the event of school closures  to support you with your child’s education.


Purple Mash is an online learning resource to support all subjects.

Times Table Rockstars is an online learning resource to support all times tables.

PE with Joe Wicks. Join the nation (and the World)  to kick start your morning with a live stream at 9am (or watch later) with a fun, active work out for the whole family.

Subscribe to his You Tube channel for daily updates. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyCLoPd4VxBvQafyve889qVcPxYEjdSTl

Go Noodle. GoNoodle® engages 14 million kids every month with movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts. Available for free at school, home, and everywhere kids are!

Phonics Play. A site packed with interactive phonics games and many ideas and resources to help children to learn to hear phonemes, recognise graphemes and develop the blending and segmenting skills that are vital for learning to read and spell.

The Maths Factor. ‘We will be making The Maths Factor FREE for everyone (usually about £2 per week) to support childrens’ continued learning at home for the duration of the UK Schools closure period. We want to help you and your child as much as we can. Let Carol teach your child Maths during this difficult period.’

ICT Games. Maths and English educational games.

All links are listed below.

We have pulled together some documents that can help teachers and parents talk to children about Corona Virus. Below are published documents from the British Psychological Society and from Mind to help children/adults with their anxieties and worries.

A Social Story explaining the virus and what to do:


Guidance from the BPS on talking to children about Covid-19:


Guidance on managing our mental health and staying well during a virus outbreak from Mind Hong Kong:



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Home Learning packs for week WC 8th June 2020

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Previous Home Learning packs Term 5

Term 5 home learning packs.

Online Safety Home Learning

About Thinkuknow
Thinkuknow is the online safety education programme from the National Crime
Agency. Once a fortnight, On Tuesdays, they produce an activity sheet to help you support your child while schools are partially closed.
You’ll find lots of support and advice for parents and carers on keeping your child safe online at: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/

Previous Home Learning Packs Term 4

Home learning packs below:
A new weekly format has been added (26.3.20) which includes a range of activities to be completed daily. Please take photos of their work and send it to their teacher through email.

Extra Activities

Here are some optional activities/ideas for you to do at home:

Colouring sheets:

Mrs Moaby a parent to TGA is an artist and has designed some colouring in sheets for us to use for free. It would be lovely to see some of these on our Gallery and displaying in your windows.


In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Medicspot has launched its Hand Wash Challenge, a new initiative for children at Temple Grove Academy to learn about washing their hands in a fun and creative way while at home.

We’re asking primary school children to share their creative ideas to help encourage frequent hand washing. They could make a poster, film a video, record a song, do a science experiment or write a poem about handwashing to name a few.

The top entry will receive £500 for their primary school and 10 runner-ups will receive £100 for their primary school. This could go towards hand sanitisers, software, books, stationery, or anything else for your primary school. There will also be a downloadable certificate for every entry received.

Medicspot is calling all primary school children to share their creative ideas to help encourage frequent hand washing – the best way to keep yourself and others safe from coronavirus. Find out how you can enter and win £500 for Temple Grove Academy here: www.medicspot.co.uk/handwash

Children with Special Educational Needs (SEN)

Language and Communication Needs


Dear Speech Link and Language user, Our Parent Portal is now live!   

Our new parent support site for children with speech and language difficulties.

At Speech Link Multimedia Ltd we believe that every child should have access to support for their speech, language and communication needs to help them reach their full potential.

Our speech activities will help your child to hear the difference between speech sounds (sound discrimination) and to identify sounds at the beginning and ends of words (phonics). These skills are important for both talking and reading.

Our language activities will help develop your child’s ability to follow instructions, understand talking and learn new words more easily.

Visit https://speechandlanguage.info/parents


Cognition and Learning Needs




Teach your monster to read – available via the app store


Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs


Sensory and Physical Needs



https://youtu.be/d3LPrhI0v-w (Joe Wicks 5 min kids worksout)

Lockdown Safeguarding Policy