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Hartley Primary School


Project Learning



If you would like something else to do, you could try this:

Wild School Project

Mosaic Project

Visual Resources

A simple recipe to make mug cakes at home with the family!

Sensory activity - Exploring Salt This week you can explore the texture of salt and discover what you can do with it. Have a look at what Ms Saleh did with salt and have a go by following her steps.

Resources for Parents

Set your own countdown timer using this online stopwatch, this can really support you in creating a strong structure and routine at home. This timer also has a loud and clear finish tone, which can help signal the end of an activity.

Useful website links 

This week we would like you to do a dance workout with the family using Just Dance. Make sure you follow the moves and sing along if you can. How many ghosts can you see?

Past activities

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The SENDcast podcast - a new podcast for teachers, SENCOs, leaders and parents around Special Educational Needs.

Managing the transition to home schooling from UCL IoE's Centre for Inclusive Education

Social Story to support parents with explaining school closure to pupils.

Click on the link below to read further on how you can support eating at home if your child is autistic and is having difficulty eating.

Ian Bean has been creating interactive resources for years – there is a complete range of activities mainly aimed at PMLD and SLD learners. Some can be downloaded and used offline.

Watch this video provided by the NHS to support your child with additional needs at home with some strategies and ideas on what you can try to implement to keep them safe, regulated and engaged.

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The Sensory Spectacle are doing twice weekly sensory makes at 2pm on Mondays and Thursdays live online.

The National Autistic Society announced a special episode of Daisy & Ollie which aired on World Autism Awareness Day (2 April). You can watch it here and find out more on their website.

Go Noodle-Trolls: Can't stop the feeling! Video for our pupils to dance, sing and keep fit with the family! How many trolls can you count in the video?

Papunet GamesA Scandinavian website with simple interactive games, activities and puzzles. The activities are free and the games can be set to different levels to suit your child.

Go Noodle - Twist n Shout with Maximo the monkey! This week you can twist and shout with the family to keep fit! How many times can you twist and shout?

Here are a few ideas showing you how water play can be enjoyed at home.

Change4Life and Disney have teamed up to provide 'Shake Up' games. These games and activities have been designed to provide 10 minutes sessions of fun, physical activity.

Have a wild workout with Andy as he heads to Africa to meet some incredible animals! How many animals can you find?

Cosmic Kids Yoga shows yoga, mindfulness and relaxation activities designed specially for kids aged 3 and older; it’s used in schools and homes all over the world.

Go Noodle - The chicken dance with Maximo the monkey! This week you can do a chicken dance with the family to keep fit! How many chickens can you see?