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Finished Studyladder & Weekly Ten Activities? Links to lots of additional websites. Click on the Home Learning Collection PDF below. This will take you straight to each website.

National Oak Academy Online Classroom

Three online lessons a day - Maths, English and Foundation.

Worth a look if your child has finished all of their Studyladder activities. 



White Rose maths is the scheme that we use in school.  They are providing daily maths lessons at:

Just follow 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.


Coronavirus: A free information book which is aimed at five to nine-year-olds.  It hopes to simply answer key questions that children may be asking you about the COVID-19 outbreak - illustrated by Gruffalo illustrator Axel Scheffler


VE Day Activities and Information

With the approach of the 75th commemoration of the end of World War 2, here are some things that you can do to help you understand more about what happened on VE Day 75 years ago and how you can join in the remembrance celebrations on Friday 8th May.


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VE Day celebrations 75 years ago


Time Capsule activity that you and your child(ren) will be able to look back on in years to come.



@lockdown_learning on Instagram - three mums teaching their children at home.  Some super ideas which can be adapted for most age groups.


Here's what various celebrities are offering you and your children for free daily, to help whilst schools are closed.

9.00am -  PE with Joe Wicks

10.00am -Maths with Carol Vorderman

11.00am - English with David Walliams

12.00am - Lunch (cooking with Jamie Oliver)

1.00pm -  Music with Mylene Klass 

1.30pm -  Dance with Darcy Bussel

2.00pm -  History with Dan Snow (free for 30 days)

3.00pm -  Storytime - search for mrjamesmayhew on Twitter 




Early Years






Twinkl – Online resources which have been made free for duration of closures.  May need to sign up but well worth it. This is split into subject and topics.


Classroom Secrets – Online resources which have been made free for duration of closures.  May need to sign up but well worth it. This is split into subject and topics.  Also has interactive games to use.


Audible – Wide selection of free streaming stories for the duration of closures (doesn’t work on internet explorer).


Creative Learning – Some amazing ideas for creative learning at home!/2020/03/creative-learning-at-home.html


Author Readings – A list of online author readings and suggested activities


Top Marks – Loads of online games for maths (I’ve linked to hit the button which is great for learning times tables).

and to games for the age range


BBC Bitesize – KS1


Read Theory – This needs signing up to and a ‘class’ setting up but I really rate it.  Child can read then answer questions which the adult can see on their portal.  Good way of tracking.


Family Zone – Made by the literacy trust and split into age groups.  Comprehensive portal for literacy based stuff.


EYFS Ambassador Blog – gives ideas for day plans and activities. Some really good stuff.


Tate Kids – Some great art activities and ideas


Maths with Parents –


Teach Your Monster to Read – name sums it up


Literacy Shed – loads of online vids with writing ideas and also links to maths and spelling but I think these need signing up to.


Pobble 365 – A picture a day with writing ideas and questions.  Might be a bit advanced for 5 year old but would be good discussion starters or “Tell me a story about this…” type activities.