Learning Website Links
CURRICULUM SIGNPOSTS & LINKS FOR PARENTS & CARERS
Parents can find out more information about the curriculum by visiting your child's class webpage (click on 'Classes' on the home page) or by speaking to your child's class teacher.
We want our school to be a place where children are read to, enjoy, discuss and work with high quality books. These ‘essential reads’ would be a store of classics, creating a living library inside a child’s mind. This is the ‘Reading Spine’. We have provided the Pie Corbett reading spine in our classrooms so that children have access to these high quality texts. Click on the links below to find out what books are in your child's reading spine.
At Ashbury Meadow Primary school, we have access to a range of ebooks from our school library. Your child has been given their own log in information for this and can access the ebooks by logging in on the link below.
Storyline Online is a fantastic free website in which your child can choose a story to be read to them by the world's best storytellers! Visit using the link below to choose a story to enjoy.
For all subjects from Years 1 to Year 6, find links on the BBC Bitesize website to support you child's learning.
All children have a Mathletics account and teachers assign courses to pupils in their Mathletics accounts linked to their work in class. Please ensure that your child regularly log in to Mathletics where they can practise and apply their maths learning, as well as partipating and competing with other children around the world on the live Mathletics activities.
Times Table Rockstars
All pupils have a Times Table Rockstar account. Times Table Rockstars is an online learning resource for learning times table facts off by heart and with rapid recall (recall within 5 seconds). Please ensure that your child practises their timestable facts regaularly at home. The key is to practise little and often. We suggest 5 minutes a day.
All pupils have a Numbots account. Numbots is an online learning resource (using the same login details as Times Table Rockstars) for learning addition and subtraction facts off by heart and with rapid recall. It also supports children's conceptual understanding of addition and subtraction. We suggest that all children in EYFS and KS1 use Numbots regularly at home. The key is to practise little and often. We suggest 3 minutes a day.
Purple Mash is an online learning resource for Computing and subjects in the wider curriculum.
In order to log in to Lexia, you will prompted for an email address. Please enter: firstname.lastname@example.org
Careers information for young people
First Careers offers guidance to primary and secondary school students in making decisions about future careers and professions. This link offers the opportunity to search through over 150 job profiles and discover career opportunities, inspiration and advice. Getting your child to think about what interests them, what they might like to do as career can influence their decisions and interests from a young age.
Out of School Music Opportunities
If your child is interested in participating in music opportunities out of school, for example, learning an instrument, then please see the following links: