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Home Learning

While school is closed, we will try to support you in providing resources and ideas for you to use at home.  Below is a link to the information already sent home. 


Here is a list of 28 fun and easy things you can do at home over Easter. How many can you tick off?


If your child is in KS1 or KS2 they should have received a login for the following websites: 

Purple Mash:

Times Table Rock Stars:

If they do not have a login, please contact your child's class teacher or the school office and we can send those to you.  

Read Write Inc for Foundation Stage/KS1

Read Write Inc are uploading free online phonics sessions on Facebook and YouTube for children to watch at home.

There will be three short speed sounds sessions with a teacher every day for the next two weeks. These are uploaded in the morning and repeated in the afternoon if you miss them.

Below are the timings of these lessons.

Mrs Gascoyne and Mr Sparks’ group- Set 1 Speed Sounds at 9.30 am and again at 12.30 pm

Miss Clayton, Mrs Hollingworth or Miss Wilkinson’s group- Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am and again at 1.00 pm

Miss Pilkington/Mrs Vallance or Mrs B’s group- Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10.30 am and again at 1.30 pm

Please note: the films are streamed live and won’t be available at other times.
There will also be a film of a teacher reading a poem for Reception and Year 1 children to join in with at 2.00 pm every day. The poems will be available to watch again and again on YouTube.

I have attached the link for YouTube below.


In addition to those sent in the home learning packs, here a number of other good sites:

- Twinkl are offering free access to all parents.  It has a huge number of activities and worksheets.  Use the password: PARENTSTWINKLHELPS at

- Maths with Carol Vorderman is offering free access currently -

- Phonicsplay is a fabulous website, particularly for KS1, which is offering free access at the moment -

- BBC Teach is great too as it has free curriculum based videos and lessons organised by age group and key stage -

- is always a favourite with pupils

- Prodigy Maths allows you to set up a free account to access a good selection of games and it also has an app. 


- Joe Wicks is leading a 30 minute 'PE at Home' session every morning at 9.00am which would be perfect for children to burn off some energy after breakfast.

- For the future Strictly Come Dancing Stars, Oti Mabuse is running dance classes on a number of social networking channels at 11:30am each day.  

Additionally, these are all links to online resources designed to keep children and families as active as possible.  We continue to encourage children to do at least 60 minutes of exercise each day.where possible. 

- You Tube channel – SHAPE Learning Partnership 

Daily ‘Get up and Move’ workouts along with personal challenges with our very own Liam and India.  Suitable for all ages

Fantastic Canadian physical literacy website with games, activities and lesson plans for toddlers to teens.  Over 200 hundred ideas to develop physical literacy in a fun way with limited equipment and space.

Amazing collection of fun and wacky videos including physical activity, brain teasers, dance moves, cross curricular learning


Live online dance classes for all ages (including adults).  Suggested donation via Paypal but otherwise free


A complete learning package to deliver dance at home.  Includes progressive, easy to follow lesson plan, you tube videos, embedded music.  Differentiated for EYFS, KS1 and KS2


A brilliant resource to use to develop mindfulness mediation.  Suitable for all ages.  Easy to follow and various programmes for different ages / categories.  Collect points and minutes and you complete each section.


Host of online and downloadable resources covering a range of topics with football theme.  Includes Maths, English, PE and fun activities.


Online videos covering all National Curriculum subjects including the Super Mover series linking physical activity with learning in Maths / English


Chance to Shine is a free to access cricket teaching resource for primary teachers.  The C2S YouTube channel will have a weekly cricket / physical literacy challenge


- Pete McKee will be posting cartoon workshop lessons every Wednesday starting tomorrow.  All you will need is a few pieces of paper and pencils or pens.  The video will be posted tomorrow at 12.00pm for anyone who is interested. Here is the link to his YouTube channel:

- National Geographic website ( has lots of fantastic information and activies/games.  Also, if your child like animals, many zoos have live webcams where your children can watch the animals.  Here is a link to Edinburgh zoo where you can watch the penguins and pandas:

- Scholastic has a super website which sets day-by-day projects which aim to keep children reading, thinking and growing.

- Jamie Oliver: Cooking with the kids -

- Music with Myleene Klass - being streamed through Instgram Live and Youtube

- Many authors are doing live readings of their stories each day.  Two examples are Chris Haughton and Oliver Jeffers shown below.  David Walliams is also releasing a twenty minute audio book from the World's Worst Children each day at 11.00am on his website (