Year Group Pages
Welcome to our Year Group pages:
Please click on the relevant year group tab for your child to find more detail about their learning journey.
At The Queen’s school, we use google classroom to support learning both at home and at school. Curriculum presentations are available on each google classroom page, to explain what to expect in each year group. Any homework / spelling grids will be available for you to access from the week beginning 28th September.
We are determined to enable the best learning experience for all our children, whatever the circumstances demand. In the event of a class or year group bubble being sent home our learning offer will be on google classroom.
When using an online resource, please ensure that children are supervised (in the same room as an adult) and you have enacted parental controls on their device. Lots more details on how to help children be safe online can be found on our website here Keeping Your Children Safe Online.
Spirituality and Wellbeing:
During this period of uncertainty, it is important that we come together as a community and support each other. Therefore, please keep referring to this page as we upload and update it with a variety of tools to help support family mental health and offer spiritual guidance.
The Church of England Supporting Good Mental Health. A series of 13 reflections taking a topic a day, including scripture and a “Have a Go” habit or challenge.
Childline Calm Zone. A great collection of activities and tools to use with children to develop a culture of calm. https://www.childline.org.uk/toolbox/calm-zone/
This site also has some useful tips, in particular the 5,4,3,2,1 grounding technique which is an effective tool for managing anxiety for any age. https://copingskillsforkids.com/blog/2016/4/27/coping-skill-spotlight-5-4-3-2-1-grounding-technique
Year 5 Prayers for Thanks
During our period of closure some of our Year 5 children wrote prayers for thanks at this difficult time, you can see them in the video below.
While your child is learning, please remind them to look at our Learning Certainties and reflect on their learning e.g. Have I been a good learner today? How have I been resourceful today? How can I be more ……?
All our Learning Certainties are linked to Bible stories, which are a good way of exploring their meaning. When giving your child feedback and praise it is useful to refer to the Learning Certainties and for example praise your child for being motivated, enthusiastic or determined.