Supporting learning at home during partial school closure

We have added below useful websites that your child can use whilst home to support their learning.
 
To support your child/children’s education and reducing their stress/anxiety when returning to school please ensure they are doing some of the work/activities sent home or on the links below. The BBC launched their set of daily lesson on Monday 20th April. It is a great resource to support home learning.

P. E. with Joe Wicks - Daily P.E lessons to ensure children stay active.

 

 Read, Write, Inc Phonics- The same phonics resources used in school. Ideal to teach F2 and Y1.

 

Times Tables Rock Stars - Fun games and competitions which will help the children to learn their times tables. Key Stage 2 children already have a log in for this.

 

 

Topmarks - A really good site for all subjects. Lots of games to play and fun ways to learn.

 

Oxford Owl - A super site with lots of information for parents and loads of activities for spelling, grammar, reading, maths and more.

 

Teach your monster to read- Games and activities to support the teaching of reading.

 

Literacy Shed- Images, activities and videos to stimulate writing.

 

Twinkl-Offering a month of free access to parents in the event of school closures. Resources for all curriculum subjects and age groups. Free access code: UKTWINKLHELPS

 

BBC Bitesize- Lots of learning resources for all areas of the curriculum.

 

Scholastic- Online books and quizzes for different age groups.

 

Explorify- Resources, images and videos to support the teaching of science.

 

National Geographic Kids- Videos, information and resources to support the teaching of geography.

 

https://www.audible.co.uk - This is an Amazon company who have made over 300 audio stories for all ages free.