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Links to support Inclusive Learning

Please find below links to inclusive resources produced by colleagues in the Chesterfield SSP who have County remit for supporting inclusion in schools. There are many exciting and creative challenges and opportunities to be found that will stretch all abilities of students.


Skipping to stay active at home


Skipping has proven popular in a few of our schools over the past couple of weeks, especially for the students that are still in school. Dan the skipping man has put together some great skipping challenges and is releasing them on a weekly basis. They are also a provider of top quality skipping ropes and currently have a scheme which enables schools to order a skipping rope for each child and have them delivered either to the school, or the students homes. Check out their website if this is something your school may be interested in.


Keep an eye on @Dan_DTSM on Twitter for new releases and updates.

#DTSM10SecondSkips Playlist:

DfE Support for Remote Learning February 2021


Updated guidance for parents for supporting children’s remote education

We have updated the guidance for parents to support their children’s remote education to provide more information for parents and carers as they support their children at home.

We have added top tips for supporting children during remote education, including links to information about the Reading Well booklist that supports mental health. We have also provided information on how to access online resources and services through your local library and online support for parents and carers to keep children and young people safe from online harm

Supporting SEND Children with Remote Learning


Resources for parents of children with SEND

We have worked with a range of other organisations to create extra resources for parents of children with SEND:

Curriculum materials are also available:

Fun things to do at home off a screen

P.E. ideas from Jon at Extratime Coaching - EYFS/KS1 – KS2

A message of thanks to the parents...

Art Competitions

A message from the team...


To our lovely Parents and Children,


Thank you for giving the online learning a go; we know how hard this can be from both sides…

Some days we feel like we can do everything on our to-do list and we feel on top of the world, but we also know that there are some days where things just feel really hard. Keeping good mental and physical health is the most important thing of all. We are all trying our best, so keep doing things that make you happy and don’t put too much pressure on yourselves.

The last thing we want any of you to do is stress about schoolwork. When the time comes that we can all learn together again, teachers will be there. All we ask is that you try your best to complete some of the online learning tasks each week. Please just let us know if there is anything that we can do to help out.

Keep well and safe.


With love from The Baslow St. Anne’s Team XX

Home Schooling Popcorn!

Further links for ideas at home from Derbyshire County Council


BBC 'Teach'

BBC Teach features lots of ideas and resources to support teaching from home including 'Live Lessons' which are free, interactive programmes linked to the curriculum and streamed live to help bring subjects to life.

BBC 'Bitesize'

BBC Bitesize is a free online study support resource designed to help with learning, revision and homework and is publishing daily online lessons for children of all ages.

Kid Zone

Derbyshire County Council's children’s centres

Our children's centres have some great ideas on their community Facebook pages to help keep children occupied.

Scouts – The Great Indoors

The Scouts have pulled together some indoor activity ideas to keep kids entertained while schools are closed.

Shape Learning Partnership

The Shape Learning Partnership sets a range of creative challenges with a deadline to help keep children occupied while they're not in school.

Children's Commissioner

The Children's Commissioner has published a guide for children including ideas about how to help them make the best of their time at home


The NHS Change4Life health programme has created a range of indoor activities and '10 minute Shake Up' games to give children bursts of fun activity which count towards the 60 active minutes they need every day.

Youth Sport Trust

The Youth Sport Trust has produced some home learning activities to improve children’s health and wellbeing.

Active Derbyshire and Sport England

Active Derbyshire and Sport England offer fun sporting and keep-fit activities for all the family.

A message from Mrs Clark and the Team

More PE at home from Jon at Extra Time – Juniors – Foundation and KS1



real PE at home – online learning resources

real PE at home includes an online programme which supports families to be active, play and learn together. It includes a programme specifically for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 with 12 themes, 6 areas, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity. This programme is also great for family play and fun.

It also includes a programme for children in Key Stage 2, with daily and weekly guidance provided for both programmes (starting from next week) in addition to an option to choose your own themes and activities.

There are so many benefits to being active, not only to our physical wellbeing but also to our emotional and mental health, especially in such testing times for all of us. We hope that the ideas help support you and your family to stay fit and healthy in the coming months. Here are the details to access real PE at home:

The website address is: 
Parent email:
Password: stannescof


Family Fit Club




I hope this email finds you well in these uncertain times.

My name is Mark from Just Do Sport and The Family Fit Club and I would like to show you what the amazing children at one of our schools have been getting up to! They have created some fun themed workout videos that children and their families can access completely free on Youtube. The videos are for all the family, regardless of their age or ability and were designed by the children and PE teachers to ensure that that all children stay engaged and have fun!

The Fit Club Children are passionate about helping other children stay ft during these unfortunate times and are keen to help others keep their fitness and energy levels as high as possible!

There is no equipment needed and the children have come up with a variety of themes to keep them interesting. These themes include super heroes, the olympics, music, dance, sport and many more!!!

We would really appreciate your help and would be extremely grateful if you were able to forward our videos and let the Families from your school know via parental etc so we can all help keep our children fitter and healthier through the next few months.

Please see below for a link to our Videos-

Thankyou so much for your help, its very much appreciated!

The Family Fit Club

Just Do Sport




The Great Exhibition at Home - a 7 week STEM challenge starting summer term for 9-14 year olds

Severn Trent Home Activities

Punctuation Show


Tuesday 10:15am  

Calm Friday

Music Choice Board

Stay at Home Parkrun  - School of Parkrun 

An uplifting video...


Still image for this video

Design a Den Competition

Peak Architects have teamed up with some like minded professionals to launch a ‘Design-a-Den’ challenge specifically aimed at Children aged 4-11. They say: 'One of the prizes (not yet announced) would be that some of  the architects would visit the class of the winner and hold a design workshop based upon designing a space (we normally suggest the classroom itself or their bedroom)…we talk around the elements of design and encourage lots of drawing and model making'. 


Please see the links below if you fancy having a go at the design competition - great for you budding architects , artists and designers.



Competition Page -

Terms & Conditions -

Press release –


‘Are your children managing to stay physically active during the lock down? It’s so important that we all raise our heart rate through physical activity for at least 20 minutes a day. The benefits are endless. It improves sleep, reduces stress levels, causes changes in antibodies and white blood cells that can help fight disease and helps flush bacteria out of your airways to name a few.

A little activity you could try is an exercise treasure hunt. You use clues to direct children to different rooms in the house and in each room they do an activity eg 10 star jumps, stand on one leg for 30 seconds, 20 squats etc. The prize could be the recipe for a healthy snack such as a fruity milkshake." - Mrs Darley

A link for online safety while home learning -


A useful link for home RE learning -


A useful link for virtual assemblies will be available for you to watch at home every Friday at 9am from our video channel:


A few useful links for Collective worship:  


A 7 week STEM challenge


Design a Den competition - 

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