Remote Learning

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Remote Learning Activities

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Responding to music – In this lesson we learn about how music can sound different and how it can change, using Attention Autism






Text sharing: Growing up – In this lesson, children will be reading a story that deals with the topic of change and transitions. Children will focus on the language and vocabulary that supports and develops this. Children will also be sequencing the life cycle of a person. This lesson will require the support of an adult.

Story recall – In this lesson children will recap on the story from the previous lesson and then begin to answer a range of blank level questions that focus on who, what, where, when and why. This lesson will require the support of an adult.


Instructional text: Greeting card – In this session children will learn more about different festivals and their customs. Children will then look at and follow a series of instructions to create their own celebration card. This lesson will require the support of an adult.


Who, What, Where, When – In this lesson, children will be reading a storybook that deals with the topic of clothes. Children will focus on the language and vocabulary that supports and develops this. They will also begin to answer a range of who, what, where and when questions. Pupils will look closely at what you might wear when it is hot and cold and begin to sort these. This lesson will require the support of an adult.

Stimulating conversation – In this lesson we will explore a range of activities using puppets to stimulate conversation and language use.

Text sharing: Up, down, around – In this lesson we will read ‘Up, Down, Around’ by Katherine Ayres. Illustrated by Nadine Bernard Westcott and published by Candlewick Press (2007).


Packing for a holiday – In this session, children will explore what you need to pack for a holiday. There will be a focus on prepositions and using them correctly. This lesson will require the support of an adult

The Party: Who, What How – In this lesson we will be reading together a story about a birthday party. After reading the story, we will use questions to sequence the story. Adult support is required.

Prepositional Language: Dressing Up – In this lesson we will be looking at different items of clothing. We will focus on listening to instructions and following positional language cues. Adult support is required.

Story & Recall – In this lesson, we will share the book ‘Maisy Goes Camping’. During the reading of the book, the use of questioning will be modelled and suggestions for follow-up activities provided. This lesson is appropriate for non-verbal learners. Adult support is required.


Packing for a holiday 2 – In this lesson, we will talk about the different items we need to pack for a holiday. We start by writing a list and then use this as a prompt for packing. The use of positional language will also be used. Adult support is required.





1-1 correspondence to 5 – In this lesson, children will count individual objects that are presented in different arrangements.

Comparing groups of objects – In this lesson, children will compare and describe two groups of up to 5 objects using ‘more’ and ‘less’.

Counting to 9 – In this lesson, pupils will develop an understanding of one-to-one correspondence up to 9.

1 more, 1 less – In this lesson, pupils will learn to calculate one more and one less from a group of objects up to 9.

Comparing objects by size – In this lesson, children will compare familiar objects by size, using associated vocabulary to label items.

Sorting by shape & size – In this session, children will sort objects by one criterion. They will explore the sorting of household objects and apply this to the practical context of storing food items after shopping.

Prepositional Language 1 – In this lesson, children will learn the words ‘in’, ‘on’ and ‘under’. They will undertake two activities where they will respond to and then go on to use these terms, reinforcing with manipulation of familiar objects.


Forwards & Backwards – In this lesson, the vocabulary of forwards and backwards is introduced through the use of familiar objects. Children will have the opportunity to experience these words as actions and apply them using a game.





Sensory Circuit 1– In this lesson we explore a range of movements through multi-sensory activities. Our sensory circuits are longer sessions and are designed to be enjoyed and explored over a full term. You may focus on one element of the session for several weeks before moving onto the next activity and eventually sequencing them together.

Sensory Circuit 2


Sensory Circuit 3


Movement & Balance 1 – In this lesson we introduce some simple yoga postures and breathing.


Movement & Balance 3 – In this lesson we introduce two new sequences.

Newham Families Information Service and Local Offer

An inclusive local family directory and service guide for families with children and young people aged 0-25 years with Special Educational Needs and/or Disability.

Local Authority – Summer Information

Food Banks

Food Banks in Newham

Emergency Assistance (i.e. food parcels, clothing etc)

Support Services

Maternity Support


Benefits Advice

Community Based Support Groups

Debt Management

Social Media Apps and Support Groups

  • A Facebook group for Newham has been set up where people have been posting information for residents in need of support
  • OLIO App – Olio is a mobile app for food-sharing, aiming to reduce food waste. It does this by connecting those with surplus food to those who need or wish to consume such food.

Mental Health 



Online Learning Resources
The DfE have compiled a list of useful online educational resources to help children learn from home.
Exciting Extra-Curricular Activities
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NHS Competition – An opportunity to say thank you to the NHS with a painting, a poem, story or via another creative medium.
Online weekly assemblies posted every Thursday, including a range of competitions and extra-curricular speakers
Useful Websites for Pupils
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Maths problems, challenges, practice.
Video lessons for primary school pupils.
Free curriculum-linked resources to develop mathematical reasoning and problem solving.
BEAM (Be a Mathematician) – specialist maths resources to engage pupils.
A variety of exciting maths games.
Videos to encourage and inspire story writing / story telling.
Free educational literacy games.
Comprehensive exercises to aid learning of English grammar. 
Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, Listening, Reading & Speaking Lessons
Brought to you by the British Council, the world’s English teaching experts – lots of free online games, songs, stories and activities for children.
A host of free audio stories.
Free online story books.
Classic children’s stories brought to life by TV actress, Kathy Kinney as Mrs P.
Online library, books to borrow.
Phonics, Reading, Comprehension and Spelling resources from RWI.
Library of historical documents and texts.
Online interactive stories.
Videos of stories being read by well known celebrities.
Daily phonics lesson videos.
Live PE lessons with Joe Wicks.
A list of fun activities for children and adults involving exercise at home.
Fun science experiments, cool facts, free games, activities, lesson plans, quizzes, videos, photos and science fair project ideas.
Ideas for learning and exploring in science.
Discover ‘how the world works’ from fun activities and games.
Games & activities to support science.
Games, activities, puzzles around several historical topics.

An online geography resource for primary schools

Geography games, activities and competitions. 
Art / Design & Technology
Creative arts and crafts ideas to do at home.
Crafts, educational resources, puzzles, printables of all sorts, worksheets, sudoku and lots more fun activities! 
A variety of printable children’s crafts, colouring pages, worksheets and activities including projects for holidays, educational themes and some of our children’s favorite cartoon characters.
Fun and games for 0-5 year-olds – delivered straight to your mobile.
Easy-to-understand answers and explanations of how the world actually works.
Cute & easy crafts for children.
Demonstration videos on how to get creative at home.
Explore nature through national challenges.