From Monday 23rd March our school is temporarily closed. Our children’s learning is paramount. Teachers at Woodfield have prepared resources on the learning platforms below for pupils to follow and complete.Some activities can be printed and filled in or just used as a tool to set the context of home study. We have opened communication lines to form tutors so that you, as parents, can contact tutors should you have any queries.
For any e-learning tasks please refer to the links on the pupil homepage.
Please scroll to the bottom of this page to view the email address relating to your child’s class.
Some of our resources will be zipped into year group files. If you are unsure how to unzip resources follow this link for a short tutorial.
MyMaths – All pupils have been issued a log in for MyMaths as part of Maths lessons. During a time of closure pupils will be set tasks to complete during the week.
From the home page the school portal can be accessed with User: WA and Password: fourth
Years 5 and 6 – collection of reading comprehension activities, Part 1 & Part 2.
Year 5 – spelling and grammar pack
Year 6 – spelling and grammar pack
Years 7 and 8 – collection of reading comprehension activities
Years 7 and 8 – spelling and grammar pack
Nessy can be used by our developing readers to progress reading from home.
First time sign in for Lexia will need a teacher email, please use email@example.com, links to the Lexia program can be found on our pupil homepage. On this link you will find downloadable pdf reading tasks from LEXIA for pupils with a reading age equivalent to:
Year 5 – Collection of work for Food Webs and Living Processes
Year 6 – Collection of work for Living Processes
Year 8 – Collection of work for Metals and Acids
Active learn – In Key stage 3 – Pupils will be set Science tasks on this platform to complete during the week.
Pupils can sign in with their section codes that appear in the front of their planners. Once signed in pupils can complete exercises across 5 different courses.
Year 5 – Course A, B and C
Year 6 – Courses B, C and D
Year 7 – Courses C, D and E
Year 8 – Courses E and F.
Further tasks can be found on this website to deepen and extend learning in computational thinking.
Pupils that are unable to remember their class codes, please click this link.
Key stage 2 Drawing Coral activity
Key stage 2 Maori art activity
Key stage 2 Masks activity
Key stage 3 Pop Art activity
Key stage 3 Home study
All Years – Mixed Design tasks
All Years – https://how2drawanimals.com/ The following website can be used to access home learning activities to develop drawing skills during a closure.
Mr Ashton has asked pupils to follow the following exercise program whilst at home.
- Get a bottle of water ready
- Have a towel ready to wipe yourself down during your session.
- Find a space inside or outside in your garden.
- Do some basic exercises to warm yourself up i.e star jumps, jogging on the spot, basic stretching/ dynamic stretching.
- Have your laptop/computer/iPad/chrome book/ smart tv/smart phone any device that you can access YouTube from ready.
- Follow the instructions in the video and try your best to keep up.
- Try and complete this at least 2 or 3 times per week and move onto the next workout session.
www.autism.org.uk – The National Autistic Society website, the main UK charity for supporting people with ASD and their families (contains lots of useful advice and resources)
www.autismspeaks.org – A comprehensive site, with a useful resource library
https://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/ British Dyslexia Association
https://dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk/ Dyspraxia Foundation
https://youngminds.org.uk/ Guidance and advice on a range of mental health conditions including anxiety, depression and ADHD
https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/a-to-z/c/children-and-young-people Mental Health foundation
https://www.sense.org.uk/get-support/support-for-children/send/ support and advice for parents
https://www.familyfund.org.uk/ application form for grants e.g. for laptops and specialist equipment
Local organisations with advice and support for Parents
https://www.kids.org.uk/sendiass guidance and advice for parents
https://www.redditchbc.gov.uk/living/parenting-and-community-team/additional-needs-support/local-support-services.aspx local support services for parents of children with additional needs in Redditch
Learning Resources and Activities
www.oneplaceforspecialneeds.com/main/library_social_stories.html – A really useful set of social stories to share with children, covering topics ranging from coping with a new baby in the family to getting a haircut to making friends. The National Autistic Society website also provides guidance on writing your own personalised social stories
http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/sen/sen.htm lots of visual and fun teaching resources for children with sen
https://inclusiveteach.com/2019/10/24/sensory-story-the-autumn-forest/ sensory activities , games and information on well-being
https://www.specialneeds.com/categories/activities/learning-games games and activities for children with sen
Useful, fun websites with highly visual games to consolidate early skills: