As per government guidance, our school is now affected by an enforced closure.
Teachers have provided stationery, exercise books, reading books and logins for online learning platforms.
Please follow this OneDrive link to access all Teacher-set home learning content, updated weekly.
Free Online Resources
The websites below have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages. The list includes subject-specific resources, offered for free, for English, maths, science, PE, mental well-being and Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Dig1t Games is a company that has grown out of a desire to enthuse children about Mathematics. They centre their resources on game-playing to take advantage of children’s natural affinity for play, and believe that providing children with an opportunity to play games face-to-face, helps to build their confidence with numbers and master the concepts they are taught in class.
Purple Mash contains thousands of opportunities for learning.
You’ll find these in the forms of:
- Open ended tools: Here children can engage with publishing, story creation, game design, concept mapping, collaborative writing tool and art, to name a few.
- Spelling and Grammar: Grammar games can be accessed in the ‘Games’ area.
- Maths: From spreadsheets to graphing and from times table games to competitive maths racing games, you’ll find a whole host of maths based tools and resources.
- Cross Curricular project work: Use the Purple Mash search bar to quickly find resources relating to your school topics or navigate the ‘Topics’ area. You’ll find themed writing templates, slide shows, stories, quizzes and more.
Maths home learning packages which can be accessed via the link for free split into each year group.
Third Space Learning has been teaching children maths online for over 6 years. As part of their provision for primary schools they have an online Maths Hub of thousands of KS1 and KS2 maths resources, many of them linked to the White Rose Maths scheme. Their teachers have been busy compiling categories of those most suitable for distance learning.
A useful ‘How to’ mathematics YouTube channel to support home learning.
To support you during this period, Twinkl is offering every teacher in England access to all Twinkl resources with a One Month Ultimate Membership, totally free of charge. We’re also extending this to every parent and carer in your school so your pupils can still have access to high-quality learning during any periods of disruption.
Setting this up is really easy to do – go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS
We’ve also put together some helpful guidance to outline a few ideas for how you can support parents and carers during school closures, ensure high quality learning continues and support teachers, parents and carers to make the most from this offer of help.
This website allows you to watch on demand activities for children to participate in from interactive story time to family cooking. Sign up is currently free for parents.
This website is currently offering parent free access when signing up. There are a range of online interactive activities for children to access for their year group.
The “My Mini Maths” website has a range of home learning maths activities which can be accessed for free without signing up. These activities are group into year groups from year 3 to year 6.
Scholastics is offering free activities every day which includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video.
This website offers free games to help children learn how to type more accurately and quicker. There are over 100 levels for the children to work through.
This website is computing based and concentrates on coding. Scratch has a range of “ideas” and tutorials which can all be accessed for free. Children can follow these step by step and play along with the coding games.
Topmarks have a range of interactive maths and science games.
On this website you will find a variety of videos or quizzes aimed at introducing numbers for Early years and KS1.
This YouTube channel has a range of yoga and mindfulness videos designed for children aged 3+
This website and YouTube channel offer hundreds of “Brainercise” activities including dancing, strength and mindfulness.
Interactive videos to support with KS1 and KS2 Maths, English, PSHE and PE.
Oxford Owl have created a home learning website which has been filled with free eBooks for children aged 3-11.
This website has a range of resources to support children with their cursive handwriting.
World Book online have made their collection of over 3000 eBooks and audio books available for free to access online.
BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons
Oak National Academy
Oak National Academy has nearly 10,000 free video lessons, resources and activities, covering most subjects, from Reception to Year 6 and beyond.