Our children enjoy a wide range of experiences delivered in our classrooms.
Click on the links below which provide information for parents and pupils.
Crime Prevention advice
- The Police Service of Northern Ireland would like to take this opportunity to provide some useful Crime Prevention advice which will complement the increase of the devices being used at this time.
- The electronic information booklets include the ‘Cyber Aware’ brochure and the ‘Little Book of Big Scams.’ Please click on each to download.
- We are also hoping that parents and children will visit the Scamwise NI website at www.nidirect.gov.uk/scamwiseni
- This is an important message in order to keep people safe and hopefully prevent them from becoming a victim of crime.
Helpful videos on
Autism NI have created this resource for children with Autism with tips, visuals and a social story.
Doing things differently when out for a walk!
This type of exercise could now be a time to …….
Getting out on foot and exploring your local area is a great way to stay active, especially while we’re all social distancing! The activities in the link are suitable for primary school children of varying ages, and designed to engage them in their community. Download from here.
Nothing sparks imagination quite like a good walk! The activities are designed to inspire fantasy, encouraging children to re-write the world around them. Give them a try by downloading from here.
Or to go on a SCAVENGER HUNT
While out and about on your daily walk/exercise why not take a brilliant scavenger hunt sheet with you. You can download it here
We hope you find these links useful and interesting
Reading: Accelerated Reader (Click Here)
Including AR Home Connect
Useful Links For Home Learning
Audible Amazon audio books for kids FOR FREE
BBC Bitesize Learning clips and tutorials on a wide range of topics for children in P1-P7
Blockly Fun and free computer programming games
CBeebies Radio Listening activities for younger children
Collins Books - FREE ACCESS TO BOOKS FOR P1 - P4 PUPILS Click on the link and then click teacher. Username is firstname.lastname@example.org and password is Parents!21
Crash Course Kids Science videos on a range of topics
Crickweb Free online educational resources and games in all subjects for all ages.
DK Find Out! Great resource for a wide range of information in all areas of the curriculum
Duolingo Sign up and learn a language for free!
Educational videos Over 4300 videos linked to science, music, art and much more!
Kids Learning Tube Songs and videos which are great for learning!
Khan Academy Sign up to access practical exercises and instructional videos in all subjects
Libraries NI You can use Libraries NI to download free e-books for AR and to read to younger children?
Literacy Shed Video stimuli for writing
Literactive Literacy games, activities and ebooks for P1-P3 children
Maths Chase A fast moving game to help consolidate mathematical skills, eg-tables
Minecraft Free Minecraft education until June. Lots of coding, remote learning and activities available.
myON Access to online books which are very useful for children working on AR
National Geographic - Kids Activities and quizzes for all children
Nature Detectives Fun nature activities for the garden!
Oxford Owl Access to a range of free ebooks
Primary Resources A wide range of PowerPoints and worksheets for all areas of the curriculum and all ages
Primary Homework Help Lots of Literacy and Numeracy activities but also great for topic work and World Around Us!
Red Ted Art Art and craft activities
Sesame Street Games, videos and art activities for younger pupils
Starfall Literacy and Numeracy activities for P1-P5 pupils
The Imagination Tree Creative art activities for younger children
The Maths Factor Free access to Carol Vordernan’s Maths tuition website
The School Run Resources and tutorials for a range of curricular areas. Free 14 day trial and then £42 for six months
Topmarks Free educational games and resources for all subjects and all ages
Twinkl Twinkl are offering a month of free access to parents in the event of school closures. It is packed with learning resources. You need the code UKTWINKLHELPS to access the offer.
World Geography Geography games
RISE NI stands for Regional Integrated Support for Education NI, and we provide support to all mainstream primary schools in the Northern Health & Social Care Trust (NHSCT) area to support staff and children in years 1 – 4.
The service focuses on 4 main areas of development:
- social, emotional and / or behaviour
- speech, language and communication
- gross motor skills
- sensory processing, fine motor and visual perceptual skills
Our regional aim is to support children in schools by working closely with parents and staff to help children develop the foundation skills for learning.
We’ve included a range of basic activities suitable for children from P1 – P4; some even the whole family can enjoy! These are activities that require very few resources, but that will support your child’s ongoing development in many different ways. Have a look through, and see which ones would be of interest to you or your child.
We have also included some relaxation ideas which would benefit both children and parents, along with some useful web-links and apps for the areas of development we target.
You may like to look at our page tiger link which contains lots of advice, strategies and activities… https://view.pagetiger.com/RISENI/covid19
Northern Ireland Chest Heart and Stroke
Chester and Heartley's Home Adventures ready to help keep pupils entertained during this lockdown period, including a workbook of activities, as well as a 30 day challenge to help keep pupils healthy whilst at home. These resources are free and we hope the pupils enjoy them!
Here is a link to the answers
You are living through History!
We thought it would be a great idea to record History as it happens. Please take a moment to fill in the Time Capsule pages for your future self to look back on. This does not have to be completed in one sitting. Take your time and break it up. You do not have to complete the pages in order.
You can include the following
· Photos from this time
· A journal of your days
· Local Newspaper pages or clippings
· Any Art work you created
· Family/Pet Pictures
· Special Memories.
Thanks to Mrs Phillips for finding this great project.
A variety of websites are great for kids from P1 to P7...check out these sites: