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National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 10 June 2020
Using coins - early level

Ideas to support you to create experiences about using coins to 10p.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 10 June 2020
Making patterns - early level

Ideas to support you to create experiences about repeat patterns which you can use or adapt for children in your setting or class while they are working remotely.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 10 June 2020
Balance and control – early level

Find some ideas to support you to design an activity to help young children to develop balance and control. You can use or adapt this for learners in your class while they are working remotely.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 16 June 2020
Look after yourself - early level

Find some ideas to support you to design an activity to explore elements of non-fiction text and share knowledge using visual information.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 30 July 2020
Back to school – me and music – primary

Support your child to express their likes, feelings and achievements in a creative and enjoyable way.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 30 July 2020
Back to school – transitions - role models – primary

Encourage your child to explain who their role models are.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 12 August 2020
Counting backwards - early level

This is the second in a set of three activities which explore counting and creating sequences.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 12 August 2020
Keeping in touch - early level

Find ideas to support you to design an activity to help children share how they communicated with others during lockdown.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 12 August 2020
Helping animals and the environment – early level

Find some ideas to support you to design an activity to help children explore how animals overcome challenge.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 12 August 2020
Sharing learning - early level

Find ideas to support you to design an activity to encourage children to talk about their experience of lockdown.