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Home Learning and Activities

During this difficult time, Summerside staff will still be dedicated to helping families and children to have some learning activities. We understand the needs of parents to keep the children busy and entertained and minimise the screen time for their own benefit. 


Contact your teacher with questions about your home learning:

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Recommended daily timetable. It is very important to keep a routine and structure for the day.



Wake up

Eat breakfast, get dressed, make your bed, brush your teeth


Outside time

Spend some time outside in an empty place. Stay at least 2 metres from other people, but you can wave!

9:30  – 11:00

Learning time

Work on home learning projects set by your teacher

11:00 – 12:00

Creative time

Painting, drawing, making, building





Quiet time

Use your mindfulness strategies, read a book (this can be on your tablet)

2:00 – 4:00

Learning time

Work on home learning projects set

4:30 – 5:00

Afternoon fresh air

Open a window – look outside, go into your outside space, visit an empty space


Chore time and daily acts of kindness






Free TV time


8:00 (vary with age)


Keep a bedtime routine with a story or reading


We are also asking every child every day to:

  • use some of the mindfulness activities that we have been sharing at school to have some quiet time at home.
  • carry out a daily act of kindness. This could be making a card for someone, telling someone they love them and why, calling a relative to ask how they are, sharing toys or helping someone else
  • spend time on chores at home

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Email your photos of home learning to [email protected] and we will tweet them!


You can see home learning tasks from the first lockdown and partial opening in 2020 below.



Recommended Websites 

https://nrich.maths.org/ excellent not only providing a wide variety of word problems, but also in giving children’s explanations of how they solved the problems and got their answers


The maths factor


Offering 14 free days for parents signing up.

Maths at home for busy parents


A website designed by teachers made to help busy parents support their children at home with maths.


Useful with the mathletic activities on angles  https://www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/protractor-using.html


Please remember to also get some exercise and do some activities that will make you feel calm.

Adults can access resources such a ‘Mindfulness colouring’ by searching for them on www.twinkl.co.uk, along with many other Maths, English and Science resources. To find out how to access Twinkl free for a month please visit https://www.twinkl.co.uk/blog/how-to-utilise-twinkl-during-the-coronavirus-shutdown-a-guide-for-schools?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=corona&utm_term=groups&utm_content=20200313_coronablogallgroups_con


Physical Activities

Don't forget to keep active even if you have to stay at home.

Here some useful links for all child and parents to enjoy and help to keep feet


​-  https://www.gonoodle.com/
​- https://www.youthsporttrust.org/free-home-learning-resources
​- Kids You Tube - Just Dance




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Daily Workout