Schemes of works, which provide extensive guidance and resources to support teachers with their lesson planning. These references make links to the units in the RE Today Syllabus in use in several SACRE’s, but teachers can adapt them to their own topics and units. You can find out more athttps://www.retoday.org.uk/school-support/schemes-of-work/
A wide selection of recorded webinars for both primary and secondary RE teachers. We are also running several live sessions throughout summer term. You can see what is available on our website
Online RE resources through our NATRE (National Association of Teachers of Religious Education) membership package. We have launched the FREE membership trial; this is now live on the NATRE and RE Today website. www.natre.org.uk/free-trial/
We have in place a new CPD course directory which details a wide range of our current teaching and training support initiatives which you can view and download here.
www.stem.org.uk/home-learning to provide free content and resources for families, young people and teachers in school. The content on here will be updated weekly with new activities and covers STEM across the curriculum for all phases.
They will be hosting live web chats with STEM Ambassadors for pupils and parents and there is also a computing teacher who works with some of the North West computing hubs who is doing daily science/computer science lessons (KS1/KS2) at 10am. www.drchips.weebly.com
Select the phase of education to get a full list of all courses available. They are fully funded so no cost to the school.
Some simple ideas for Maths home learning
The National Theatre: there are currently 24 productions available to stream in your classroom for free - this will increase to 30 productions by the end of March 2020.
https://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/learning/national-theatre-collection/uk-state-funded-schools Ten of the world’s best virtual museum and art gallery tours
The Council for Subject Associations (CfSA) has collated all the home learning resources from subject associations:
Barnabas in Schools are producing an expanding range of resources to support RE in the home in addition to the existing material.
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/Barnabas-in-Schools-714825645540620
Home activities for Jorvik - www.jorvikvikingcentre.co.uk/discover-from-home
With your children working at home, we have put together two free activity packs to keep them engaged with the outside world: A 'What Am I?' quiz pack to get them into gear in the morning, and an outdoor activity guaranteed to get your children exploring the garden in new ways!
Download your FREE activity packs on our blog at: www.yorkshirearboretum.org/blog
Libraries 4 Schools:
A number of authors, illustrators, publishers and more have come together to offer free activities and resources for those in isolation, or those who are just practising distancing. Libraries 4 Schools have collated the ones they’ve found so far.
The Archbishop of York Youth Trust: www.archbishopofyorkyouthtrust.co.uk/yla-at-home
REOnline have produced some home learning resources for RE
To help you during this difficult time, RE Today is supporting NATRE by providing ALL teachers with resources which they can use and share with parents to support with home learning.
They will be adding free resources to this page on an ongoing basis so please keep checking the site:
BBC Teaching and Learning Resources:
The Literacy Trust have a whole host of resources for your Key Stage 1 child to continue their education while at home - from audiobook suggestions, to printable worksheets and much, much more literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/5-8
PE with Joe Wicks PE every weekday morning at 9.00am on his YOUTUBE channel:
Free daily Maths lessons for KS1 and KS2 with video tutorials: