Please see below any useful websites which may be useful and supportive whilst learning at home.
Maths Factor – Is now free to access and has games and activities in line with the National Curriculum.
Nrich – Has lots of reasoning and problem solving activities to access online.
Top Marks – Has a range of maths activities to support children across all key stages.
Times Table Rockstars – Allows children to learn their times tables at home.
Scholastic – Allows you to explore lots of different books and join a book club.
Audible – Have free access to audio books.
Oxford Owl – Gives you the opportunity to explore different books and spelling games.
Vooks – Is a visual library which bring story books to life.
Literacy Shed – Allows you to explore different activities and provides you with suggested activities.
Pobble – Releases a different image every day and provided activities associated with the image.
Spelling Frame – Will support your child with spelling patterns associated with their year group.
Oliver Jeffers – will read a story live on Facebook or Instagram Live every day at 6pm.
David Walliams – will read one of his World’s Worst Children stories every day at 11am.
Other Curriculum Area Links
Learning Through Exploring and Play – To keep learning creative and exciting in a practical way at home.
Family Days Tried and Tested – Provides lots of ideas for keeping learning fun at home.
Twinkl – Has a free subscription available where you can access free resources using the code of UKTWINKLHELPS.
The Kid Should See This – Provides lots of science based activities to get the curious minds thinking.
Bitesize – Has lots of games and activities to support all areas of the curriculum.
National Geographic – Has lots of different facts, games and activities for your children to explore.
Woodland Trust – Brings the woodland experience to your home with a range of activities.
At School – Has resources for all areas of the curriculum for KS1 and KS2.
Scouts – Have created indoor activities to inspire your children and keep their minds thinking.
Third Space Learning – Have offered support for parent’s and children.
Keeping Active Links
Super Movers is an initiative from the BBC and Premier League and is designed to inspire children to become more active throughout their school day.
Joe Wicks is supporting with a daily PE session every morning at 9AM.
Cosmic Kids – Have a You Tube Channel full of yoga and mindfulness activities.
Jump Start Jonny – Has a range of active exercises.
Supporting Young Children through Covid 19 Links
Child Mind – Provides support with explaining Covid 19 to your children.
inEQE – Provides a child friendly animation to explain what is happening in our world.