Coronavirus (Home Learning)

While schools continue to be closed, please feel free to use these sites, applications and resources to support learning at home.

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NRICH Maths at Home

A variety of hands-on tasks children (ages 7-11) can try offline, on their own or with family members.

This is a link to the Youth Sport Trust website which is offering free home learning resources.  There are lots of good ideas for PE activities.   One particularly good one is the 60 second challenge. There is also a YouTube playlist and a physical activity bingo.
This is a link to the Read Write Inc website which is the phonics programme we follow in school. A schedule will be posted onto this website on Monday 20th April to outline which phonic sessions will be posted on YouTube for you and your child to watch.

The Book Trust website is a fabulous free site promoting reading for all ages.  The “Home Time” tab has messages from authors and illustrators with lots of fun activities to do including wordsearches, puzzles and online books to read online.  You can print out many activities to enjoy together.  The “Today at Home” section features authors reading their books and illustrators showing you how to draw their characters.  There are the best 100 recommended reads for children from 0 – 5, 6 – 8, 9 – 11 and 12+ to engage and enthrall your children.

Curriculum Sites

Your child will have already been provided with personal or class log in details of the sites to which we already subscribe (age appropriate) and school website.

  • TTRockstars 
  • Interactive Resources
  • Reading Plus has generously rolled out  this program to all of our Key Stage 2 children  for the duration of school closures.  This is due to end at the end of Summer Term.

Subscription sites offering free access

Below are some of the educational websites who are kindly offering free access during any school closures.  This is an option for those children and parents who wish to keep educating at home.  These websites are not only educational but lots of fun and a good way to keep busy.  These sites normally charge a lot of money and we appreciate their generosity, allowing learning to continue during this time.

Emile  (4-12)

All  children in Y1 to Y6 now have an individual login  for this site.  To access  details go to discussion page 'Curriculum - New website for us to try'.

Emile provides interactive, trackable learning activities for spelling, grammar and maths (broken down into different topics). To begin, choose a topic and play a 'rating game'.  This will make sure that the practice games you are given are set at the right level of challenge.

White Rose Hub   (Y1 – Y8 children)

The White Rose Maths Team has prepared a series of five brand new maths lessons for each year group from Years 1-8. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully. More lessons to follow.

Just follow these four easy steps…

  1. Click on the set of lessons for your child’s year group.
  2. Watch the video (either on your own or with your child).
  3. Find a calm space where your child can work for about 20-30 minutes.
  4. Use the video guidance to support your child as they work through a lesson.

Follow on Twitter to be notified when new lessons and resources are available to use at home


Numberblocks- EYFS and Y1

Numberblocks is a pre-school BBC television series aimed at introducing children to early number.

Snappy animation and loveable characters combine with engaging storylines to gently introduce concepts of number to support early mathematical understanding. The NCETM materials help children to bring the numbers and ideas to life in the world around them.

Follow on Twitter for daily suggestions and ideas from other children and parents. There are also apps to download -


Twinkl (all areas, all ages)  

Twinkl is offering every teacher in England access to all Twinkl resources with a One Month Ultimate Membership, totally free of charge. They are also extending this to every parent and carer in our school so our pupils can still have access to high-quality learning during any periods of disruption.

Setting this up is really easy to do - go to and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPSenter the code UKTWINKLHELPS

The Maths Factor

Video tutorials taught by Carol Vorderman, daily practice and games.  


TTS Packs (all ages, all areas)

TTS are offering downloadable packs for children to work on online or print off if needed.


Teach Starter (All areas, all ages all learning packs)

Materials that parents can use with their children.


Classroom Secrets (All areas and learning packs)

Classroom Secrets (all areas, all ages)

BBC Bitesize (All areas, all ages)

Literacy Shed (English, all ages)

Robin Hood Mats (Learning projects home, all ages)


Lots of activities for all areas but particularly good for English and Maths.


My Mini Maths (Maths games all years)

Different daily activities with video tutorials.

Tynker (Computer coding, 5+)

Games to help children develop coding skills.  Suitable for all levels of experience.


Silly School Trips (Writing competition, 5-7 years)

UKMT maths challenge (past papers, upper KS2)

Wonderopolis (all areas, all ages)

Unit for Literacy (Comprehension, all ages)

Stories online (Stories, all ages)

Story board (Story Creation, all ages)

Mystery Science (Science, all ages)

Mindful Poetry (Poetry, all ages)

Little Twisters (Yoga, all ages)

Edhelper (Maths workbooks, all ages)

Duolingo (MFL, all ages)

Bedtime Maths (Maths, all ages)


Bamboo Education (Alexa skills, all ages)

All Kids Network (all areas, all ages)

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