Please see the links below which will be useful.
During school closure we will update this page regularly to enable pupils to access tasks to complete.
Teachers may have directed their own classes to complete online learning, such as using Google Classroom.
See some generic information below about logging into google classroom.
While libraries remain closed, customers can join the library online and then have access to a huge range of online resources.
We add daily content to our Facebook page: @StevenageCentralLibrary featuring the many resources that we offer and highlighting books, magazines and activities that are available for free. At the top of our page is a link to FAQs which provides information on how to join the library and access services.
We are creating and signposting activities for children and families including:
During May we are highlighting Walking Month and inviting people to post photos from their daily exercise, this can be from out in the local countryside or in the back garden
We can offer a wide range of online resources including:
Audio and Ebooks for all ages from BorrowBox,
Magazines and Audiobooks from RBDigital,
Newspapers and magazines from all around the world from Press Reader, these can all be accessed via the Library App
During the current library closures, customers are also able to search the archives to discover their family history using Ancestry, free of charge via the library app. (Free access is only usually available from within the library)
A wide range of online courses from Future Learn and Universal Class
Learnmyway offers free basic courses for beginners on using a computer, browsing the web, sending an email, online safety and finding work online
All details are also available on the Hertfordshire Libraries website: https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/services/libraries-and-archives/libraries-and-archives.aspx
Natwest Managing Money Resource Packs
CREST Awards Library collections
The activity packs can be accessed here:
Professionals and parents and carers have reported that children are using video-chatting apps and sites to access learning and keep in touch with friends and family.
Two new Parent Information articles look at some of the things parents and carers should think about to ensure their child's experience of video chat is safe and fun:
See letter below for information.
The Maths Factor by Carol Vorderman
Maths lessons and activities offered free during school closures
BBC Dance Mat Typing - type this into google and click on the first link. Then work your way through the levels.
Twinkl - A wealth of resources and at the moment it is free!
Enter the code CVDTWINKLHELPS
Oxford Owl for Home - Lots of free resources for Primary age
Click on ‘learning games’ – Maths and English games for 7-11 year olds