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Free School Meals
If you think your children are eligible for free school meals, click on the link below to apply.
Kent County Council Apply for free school meals
Communicating with parents is an important part of what we do, making sure you get the correct information about activities, events and school news that really matters is something we care about.
As you know, the school uses ParentMail, a service used by over 6,000 schools, nurseries and children’s clubs to communicate to parents.
To log in to your ParentMail feed click here.
We’d like to encourage all parents to download the APP as there are a number of benefits both to you and the school:
- You don’t need to login to pick up messages or attachments when you use the App.
- The App stores all the messages we send you in one place.
- Every message sent arrives as an instant alert on your mobile.
- You help save us money!
For help with your ParentMail account click here.
Please find below links to free subscriptions that can be set up by parents - these websites have created packs for home learning in the case of self-isolation or in the event of a school closure.
Offer code: CVDTWINKLHELPS
Please look at the Parent Hub section for more information:
Please visit the link below for daily schedules for a range of different age groups:
Twinkl has teamed up with BBC Education to bring you free home teaching resources for parents. Simply pick a subject and download the PDF to receive links to teaching materials you can use at home. These include worksheets, quizzes, BBC educational videos and lots more!
imovesFun activities to keep children happy, healthy and focussed.
Phonics PlayUsername: march20 Password: home
The Maths FactorCarol Vorderman's maths website. Free until schools reopen.
White Rose MathsLots of activities that will link very closely to those made available by your class teacher over the coming weeks!
Maths and English Mastery
Please find a full list of companies offering free subscriptions on the below link.
Please see below work set by year group teachers in case of a school closure. (work in progress)
- My Maths - Parent & Child Log In Guidance1
- Corona Virus Social Story
- EYFS 25 fun and meaningful ideas to choose from
- EYFS All About Numbers 0 to 10 - English
- EYFS People Who Help Us
- EYFS People Who Help Us - Sorting Activity
- EYFS People Who Help Us - Cutting Skills
- Year 1 Creative Writing Prompt Question Writing Frames
- Year 1 Fiction Reading Revision Mat
- Year 1 Non-Fiction Reading Revision Mat
- Year 1 Science Learning from Home (Animals, Including Humans) Activity Booklet
- Year 1 Science Learning from Home (Everyday Materials) Activity Booklet
- Year 1 Spring Maths Activity Booklet
- Year 2 Home learning pack
- Year 2 SATs Revision Practice Worksheets
- Year 2 Science Uses of Everyday Materials Learning from Home Activity Booklet
- Year 3 Home learning pack
- Year 4 - Writing - Sights and Sounds Prompts
- Year 4 - 7 to 11 Activity Book
- Year 4 - Maths - Spring
- Year 4 - Science Water Cycle
- Year 5 - Easter Crispy Cookies Recipe
- Year 5 - Times Table Games
- Year 5 - The Mystery of The Missing Lance St. Georges Day Maths Mystery Game
- Year 6 Maths
- Year 6 Reading
- Year 6 SPAG
- Year 6 Topic and Literacy Work
Whiterose have created home learning resources which reflect maths teaching at Fleetdown. Please find the link below to free resources.
Please find below some maths resources:
- Maths - Multiplication and Division Learning from Home - Answer Book
- Maths Multiplication and Division Learning from Home - Workbook - Booklet
Please find a link below that contains homework challenge booklets include 40 challenges that encourage pupils to be physically active and can be completed at home with minimum equipment. They are suitable for mainly Key Stages 2.
These can be accessed by visiting:
The password is : GreenCBook2020!
Please find below some other fun Easter activities that can be printed and completed at home:
E-safety: where do we start?
The internet IS a wonderful tool for creative learning – whilst there are dangers, there are so many benefits for learning, fun and creativity.
There is no ‘perfect solution’ to how to help your child deal with the world online. What works for one family will not be appropriate for another. Whilst parental controls are a useful tool they do not replace the benefits of openness, interaction and conversation with young people about the dangers and how to protect themselves.
Suggestions for things to do to help children understand the ways they can keep safe whilst using the internet.
If you require any support with Online Safety, please feel free to make an appointment to see Miss Dalton or any of the other DSLs. You may also find some of the following websites useful:
Think You KnowVisit the “Parent/Carer” Section and use the “Click CEOP” button to seek advice and report online abuse
ChildnetVisit the ‘Know It All’ Section for an interactive guide about online safety
Get Safe OnlineFree up-to-date Security advice including using complex passwords and managing hacked accounts
Internet MattersInformation from the four largest internet service providers (BT, Sky, Talk Talk and Virgin)
NSPCC Online SafetyNSPCC’s Share Aware campaign provides information about popular social media sites, apps and games.
Safer InternetParents guides to safety tools on popular devices and signposts report mechanisms for some websites.
Kent PoliceGuidance from Kent Police
Kent County CouncilGuidance from Kent County Council
NSPCCParents can sign up to the NSPCC and O2 six weekly Ice Breaker e-mails, hich are packed with advice and tools to help them talk to their children about staying safe online.
CEOPChild Exploitation and Online Protection