HINDRINGHAM PRIMARY SCHOOL AND NURSERY IS CLOSED AS THERE ARE CURRENTLY NO PUPILS OF KEY WORKERS WHO ARE NOT ABLE TO BE SAFELY CARED FOR AT HOME. IF YOU ARE A KEY WORKER AND ARE NOT ABLE TO SAFELY CARE FOR YOUR CHILD AT HOME THEN PLEASE CONTACT EXECUTIVE HEADTEACHER, MARY DOLAN BY EMAIL AT firstname.lastname@example.org
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Due to technical difficulties the Calendar cannot be updated. Please note that all events are CANCELLED up to the 30th June.
All children will received a pack of activities to complete at home. Please see a list of useful links below:
Thursday 21st May LEARNING UPDATE
The Oak National Academy Assembly
The ring and the pitch are great arenas to test your resilience, something football legend Stuart Pearce and WWE superstar Drew McIntyre can attest to. Tune in to hear from these professional athletes at 10.00am.
Monday 18th May LEARNING UPDATE
The Oak National Academy
The Oak National Academy – All links will show you the lessons for this week as well as the Assembly which is on Thursday at 10.00am. It now has a Faith at Home section – ‘Join our weekly collective worship sessions, led by the Church of England schools and in partnership with those of other faith traditions. Suitable for those of all faiths and none.’
MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK 18th – 24th MAY
This year the focus of Mental Health Awareness Week is Kindness. CBBC Newsround has a video and information about the importance of kindness and looking after your mental health, especially during these unprecedented times. This is suitable for 7 years plus. However, you may feel younger children would benefit from this too.
Thursday 14th May LEARNING UPDATE
The British Film Institute – have a competition called ‘See Yourself On Screen Challenge’. This is a chance to create a mini TV show and then have it shown on your favourite channels across the UK. The competition is open for all children from 4 – 18 years of age.
Wednesday 13th May LEARNING UPDATE
Steve Backshall is taking live Q & A’s again this morning on all things nature related.
Monday 11th May LEARNING UPDATE
We are offering you the opportunity to use our Real PE at Home resources. You will receive a text message from school with the Username and Password in order for you to access high quality PE at home.
Monday 4th May LEARNING UPDATE
Faith at Home
Faith at Home is a national campaign that builds on the Growing Faith and Everyday Faith to support the faith development and pastoral care of children and young people.
They are running regular online lessons as well assemblies, and providing resources and activities.
Oxford Owl are offering free ebooks to read that match with our reading schemes. You will need to register before being able to access the library. The books are optimised for reading on a tablet, laptop or PC.
Friday 1st May LEARNING UPDATE
The James Dyson Foundation
The James Dyson Foundation have created some challenge cards for those budding engineers. They are primarily aimed at KS2 children, but anyone can have a go!
They can be found online or the document is available to download at the bottom of the page.
Wednesday 22nd April LEARNING UPDATE
The Science Museum below is sharing some fun games and apps.
Monday 20th April LEARNING UPDATE
The Maths Factor by Carol Vorderman is offering free access throughout the Coronavirus outbreak. This resource is full of games and activities to support children to get to grips with Maths. *Please Note: Due to high demand it can take over 4 days to set up an account*
SUMMER TERM TOPICS – Please refer to the Class Plan documents further down the page.
ROBINS CLASS – OUR BODIES
MADDIE & GREG – There will be a live half hour show this week at 11.00am every day aimed at primary school children. This weeks theme is Brilliant Bodies Week.
CBBC – Operation Ouch with Drs. Xand and Chris. This can be found both on iPlayer and YouTube.
FLAMINGOS CLASS – ANCIENT GREECE
Horrible Histories – Rotten Romans and Groovy Greeks – a selection of clips from the CBBC Horrible Histories programmes.
NORFOLK MUSIC HUB
A song cycle written for KS1 in Norfolk based on the West Runton Mammoth. Listen to the full story narrated by Sam Thompson and learn the songs to accompany the story.
Friday 27th March LEARNING UPDATE
Steve Backshall will be back on 1st April with another live Q & A show.
Twinkl have now created a Home Learning Hub with lots of useful resources and ideas.
Twinkl have joined forces with Joe Wicks and BBC Teach to create resources.
Lizzie Daly Wildlife TV is a biologist and wildlife broadcaster and she is hosting Earth Live Lessons, which guest presenters talk about the things they are passionate about.
Wednesday 25th March LEARNING UPDATE
Steve Backshall is setting up a Youtube channel for Wednesday 25th March at 9.30am for a home school lesson. He will then come back at 6.00pm to read younger children a bedtime story.
For EYFS and KS1
For KS1 and KS2
All Key Stages
Welcome to the Pilgrim Federation of Church of England Primary Schools and thank you for visiting us!
The four primary schools of Walsingham, Blakeney, Hindringham and Kelling federated in April 2013 under the leadership of one governing body, myself as Executive Headteacher and a Deputy Headteacher who leads on Teaching and Learning.
The Christian values of love and compassion for others, kindness, tolerance and respect are at the heart of our learning journey together as The Pilgrim Federation.
The schools work together to provide the best possible education for every child. Each school retains its own unique identity, yet benefits from collaborative working.
We regularly organise events which bring the children together to widen their learning experiences and opportunities.
The staff share their strengths and skills and have greater opportunities to develop their professional expertise. This has a direct impact on the quality of teaching and learning and enables us to deliver an exciting and relevant curriculum for all of our children as we believe that learning should be creative, innovative, inspiring and irresistible!
Through our shared vision, staff, parents, governors, children and the local community all play their part in our learning and in achieving excellence in everything we do.
If you would like to find out more about us then visits to any or all of our four schools are warmly welcomed.