Engagement at Home (EaH)
Please find below some resources and activities pupils may like to do whist at home.
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Monday 25 May - Friday 9 June 2020
(incorporating Half Term)
Weekly Themed Activities - Monday 25 May - Friday 9 June 2020
Food Glorious Food
THIS IS A TWO-WEEK THEMED PACK
Monday 18 May - Friday 22 May 2020
Weekly Themed Activities Monday 18 May - Friday 22 May 2020
Pirates & Treasure
Watch our latest video and try the Teabag Challenges
New (free) online game from University of Hertfordshire
teaches about the importance of social distancing
The Government has announced that the charity Family Fund
have been allocated some additional funding to help families of children with complex needs in response to the Covid-19 pandemic
There may also be grants available via the 16-19 Bursary Fund
Monday 11 May - Friday 15 May 2020
Weekly Themed Activities - Week 4 - 11 May - 15 May 2020
Fantasy and Castle
Why not try these quizzes?
do them for fun or enter the competition
See photos of some of the activities pupils have been doing
Resources From The Therapy Team
Speech and Language Therapy Strategies At Home
Monday 4 May - Friday 8 May 2020
Weekly Themed Activities for 4 May - 8 May 2020
Animals & Nature
Pets as Therapy page
As part of the "Animals and Nature" theme this week you can
send us a drawing of your pet or a photo and tell us about them.
See page for more details and how to email your pictures.
The Variety Club have launched some useful
Podcasts "Podability" for parents looking after disabled children during lockdown
and a facebook page to join
There are also other useful ideas for parents looking after children with sensory needs such as
making your own sensory kit
Visit the PE page
for a video of simple circuits made by MHS PE Department
Resources to Support Behaviour
5050 Sync Lab Home
5050 Sync Lab is a system that can help add structure to your child’s routine and allow for multiple opportunities to praise them whilst developing their own character skills.
Visit the Tips for Online Safety page
What Parents Need to Know About Google Stadia
Resources for 75th Anniversary of VE Day
This Friday, 8th May, is a special national bank holiday to celebrate
the 75th Anniversary of VE Day, T
There are some activities and resources on the page to do if you like.
Monday 27 April - Friday 1 May 2020
Weekly Themed Activities for 27 April - Friday 1 May 2020
"You've Got A Friend In Me"
Mr. Rainsbury (Group Scout Leader)
has set you a challenge to help
Hike to the moon and back !
Everyone is welcome to join in !
Resources From The Therapy Team
Strategies to help a young person achieve
and maintain a calm & alert state at home.
Written by J Kerrin - Occupational Therapist at Meadow High School
Monday 20 April - Friday 25 April 2020
Weekly Themed Activities for 20-25 April 2020
Resources from the Therapy Team
Maintaining Health & Wellbeing When Social Distancing
Tips for Online Safety
What Parents Need To Know About Zoom
Online safety guide from National Online Safety
Resources to Support Autism
Resources and Government Guidance for Going Outside for People
with Autism & Learning Disabilities
Design and Technology
Projects and things to make
What Parents Need to Know About Netflix
Monday 6 April - Friday 17 April
Monday 6 April 2020
Visit Other Learning Resources
for a long list of education websites and
a list of museums who are currently offering virtual tours of their collections
plus games/activities on their websites.
Updates: Thursday 2 April 2020
Want to stay fit? - Want to go on a BEAR HUNT ?
Use your colouring skills to make a "Thank You NHS" picture,
Put your picture in your window !
Visit the Scouts page for links to their "The Great Indoors" page
Lots of ideas and activities for learning new skills and fun
Updates: Tuesday 31 March 2020
Visit the Humanities page for new updates:
Educational Virtual Tours of lots of museums
Use Google 3D to view animals
Make A Diary of these times - History project
Visit the Resources to Support Autism page for:
Covid 19 Social Stories - free access to pre written social stories on the Carol Grey website
It is World Autism Awareness Week -
Visit the Resources to Support Autism page for
links to resources about COVID 19 for people with autism and their families
Visit the Tips for Learning Remotely and Online Safety page opposite for:
Tips from the National Online Safety organisation on:
Updates: Monday 30 March 2020
An Arts project for Easter
is available on the Arts page
More Rainbows have appeared on our Rainbow Gallery
More information on the Rainbows in Windows project here
If you would like your picture included in the Gallery, please email a photo of it to firstname.lastname@example.org
A list of useful Websites for Home Learning and links are available
on the Other Learning Resources page
Updates: Friday 26 March 2020
Arts Project Packs for
KS3, KS4 and KS5
NEW - Education Psychology Service Helpline
Do you, as a parent or carer at home with your children during the current
school shut down, feel that you need someone to talk to about how you can
cope during this challenging time for families?
CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS
Go to the Humanities page or click below
Join Chester Zoo live from 10am
where they will be throwing open their virtual gates.
So break up your day at home and enjoy the zoo live from your sofa, bed or garden!
10.00am Red Pandas 🐼
11.00am Giraffes 🦒
12.00noon Asian Elephants 🐘
1.00pm Butterflies 🦋
2.00pm Sun Bears 🐻
2.30pm Tigers 🐅
2.45pm Penguins 🐧 (Miss B's favourite)
4pm Aquarium 🐠🦀🐙
Don't forget Year 8s.. you saw most if not all of these animals last term at Whipsnade.
Can you remember what they look like?
Updates : Thursday 26 March 2020
Go to the Humanities page for:
watch the Panda-Cam at Edinburgh Zoo.
Activities and resources from Chester Zoo
Ben Fogle Live Wilderness Lessons (link via Instagram)
Update : Wednesday 25 March 2020
Home Learning Reading Support
Some great audio resources- Click here or visit the English / Literacy pages
Provided by Mrs Sugden - Faculty Lead, English & Literacy