Free online reading books
It may well be that you have come to the end of your supply of reading books. With both school and libraries closed, this may seem a little daunting. However, two reading scheme companies are providing families access to free online eBooks to access at home. You will need to register with the companies, which is simple to do. We would recommend that you follow the links below:
West Sussex Library eBooks
If you have a West Sussex library card, you are also able to access free ebooks from a wide range. You can follow the link below.
Renaissance Learning: free access to MyOn books
Renaissance Learning are also offering a large selection of free eBooks during school closures. The link can be found below:
Please find some links below that you may find useful during this period of school closure.
Twinkl is a website that provides learning activities for children. Teachers commonly use it and it is offering parents free access over the period of school closure.
Quizzing at home
Children in Year Two and above can now quiz on their Accelerated Reader books at home. Below is the link to the St Peters Accelerated Reader site:
P.E. with Joe Wicks
Being inside could mean that you might move around less. We are recommending our pupils join Joe Wicks every morning at nine to take part in his online P.E. session. Make sure you have your water bottle ready!
Scholastic free home learning packs
Publisher Scholastic are offering free packs to help support learning at home for families.