Rise Park Academy Trust Home Learning Page

Due to the ongoing school closure we have created this page to aid the parents of our children with some suggested activities you can do with your children at home. Please click the link below relevant to the year group of your child/children.

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Havering Libraries - Competitions

Silly Squad Competitions


The Havering Libraries 'Silly Squad' Reading Challenge has launched. We hope many of you have signed up to be a part of it this summer. 


They are also running four competitions for children and families to get involved in:

  • Write a short story

  • ​Make a piece of artwork

  • Compose a poem

  • Write a book review

Details of each competition is attached. Prizes will be awarded for all the winning entries in the Autumn Term. Make your entries full of fun, laughter and happiness and hopefully they will bring lots of smiles, giggles and some big belly laughs to all who reads them!


The closing date for the competitions is Saturday 5th September 2020. You can visit the following website for more information on how to enter or go to the Havering Libraries Facebook page: https://www.havering.gov.uk/info/20039/libraries/799/havering_libraries_silly_squad_2020


Good luck!


Silly Posts for Social Media


Havering Libraries would also love to feature children and their families on their Facebook page doing silly things to celebrate 'Silly Squad' this summer. Feel free to send in pictures of you with your favourite funny books - maybe pulling a funny face or striking a silly pose, or a picture of you reading in a funny place, or eating a funny snack whilst reading! You could also send in your favourite joke - the funnier, the better! You can send them in via their Facebok messenger or post them directly to their Facebook page. If you share them in this way, they will take this as your permission to share them with their audience. 

Download the posters here

COVID-19 Book for Children

You may already be aware, but Axel Scheffler has illustrated a book about Covid-19

Coronavirus just for children - and it's available as a FREE download!

The Gruffalo illustrator worked with consultant Professor Graham Medley, two head

teachers and a psychologist to make sure the book got the messages right, answering

questions about quarantine, how you can catch the virus and what happens if you get ill.

Publishers Nosy Crow have asked for donations in lieu of payment, to go to our

fantastic health workers: http://www.nhscharitiestogether.co.uk/

General Resources:

Useful Home Learning Websites - PDF

Lego Challenge

30 Day Wild Activity

Havering sports collect​ive

offering a range of sporting activities to follow at home



Music Resources from Young Voices:


Havering CAMHS Covid-19 Useful Resources for Children, Young People, Families and Teachers

Download PDF Here

Bereavement Resources:

Download here

Link: https://www.elsa-support.co.uk/bereavement-resources-for-parents-and-school-staff/?utm_source=mailpoet&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=brand-new-free-bereavement-pack_87

Emotional Health and Wellbeing Resources (from THRIVE)


THRIVE’ have produced weekly timetables offering parents a different activity idea for every day of the week.

These activities offer parents fun, creative ways of occupying their children, and improving the emotional health and wellbeing of the whole family by suggesting ways of spending quality time together.  There are three separate timetables available each week to cater for the needs and interests of children of different ages. 

Download the pack here

SEN Resources

Speech Link and Language Link Parent Portal is now live! 


Visit https://speechandlanguage.info/parents for lots of speech and language resources, advice and tips for parents working at home with their children who have SLCN.

Lexia Home Learning Link:

For those children who attend Lexia interventions in school you can access Lexia from home by following the instructions and link below:

​Lexia Core5 Reading can be used at home for extra practice. Getting started is easy!

To use on a computer, go to www.lexiacore5.com


To use on an iPad, download the free Lexia Core5 Reading app from the App Store.

(iPad support is limited to these devices: iPad 4+, iPad Mini 3+, iPad Air+, and iPad Pro.)

The first time your child uses Core5, you may need to enter the teacher email shown below. Your child can then log in with the username and password used at school.

Teacher Email (for setup): lexia@risepark-jun.havering.sch.uk

It is important that your child works without any help while using Core5. All of the work your child does at home is recorded and reported to school.

The children should all know their usernames and passwords but if your child can't please contact the school and we will do our best to forward it to you.

Other useful links:

100 Things to do indoors

Indoor Scavenger Hunt

Social Stories

Worry Dolls

25 Day Drawing Challenge

30 Day Lego Challenge

CAD Resources

Useful Information:
School Nurse During Closure

Angela Pearson school nurse will be covering while schools are closed. Her contact details are as follows:


Angela Pearson School Nurse

School Nurses Team

Harold Hill Health Centre

Gooshays Drive

Harold Hill



Email contact angela.pearson@nelft.nhs.uk or angelapearson1@nhs.net

Telephone 0300 300 1857

Mobile 07772-020385 


Single Point of Access - 0300 300 1635

Pupil Property Collection


Dear Parents/Carers,

If your child has left any personal property at school e.g. P.E.kit, other uniform, lunchboxes etc. then please do not visit the school site at the present time in order to collect any of these items. 

Once it is safe to do so, these will all be available, in class boxes, for you to collect from a nominated central point, details of which will be advised to you as soon as possible. With thanks for your continued support and understanding.