Thank you for all your continued support with your child's learning at home. Here are a wide range of websites which you can visit to help develop your child's learning further. As always these are not compulsory and are here for you to use as and when best suits the needs of your child and family. Websites marked with ** are sites with material that your child should be able to access with some independence, dependent on their age and skill set. You may find this is useful for encouraging them to engage with home learning tasks whilst you are focus on your own work or other responsibilities. Please note that for younger children they may require your support logging on to the website and chosen games.
Free Home Learning Packs
The sites below all offer free home learning packs if you wish to complement the materials provided by school.
Below are a selection of Maths sites offering online slides, printable resources and/or online games.
White Rose Maths is widely used to support
the teaching of Maths across our school.
Here are resources which you can access at home too.
A quick fire maths game suitable for all ages.
|This site offers a range of Maths Problem Solving activities.||This site offers daily problem solving activities aimed at Key Stage Two Children.|
Reading and Spelling
|The Literacy Company||https://www.onceuponapicture.co.uk||http://pobble365.com||https://www.literacyshed.com/home.html|
|The Literacy Company are currently offering free Literacy Learning Resource packs for a variety of age ranges.||Once upon a picture has a range of interesting and engaging images which can be used as exciting writing stimulus.||Another site offering writing stimulus to motivate children to explore different ideas for their writing.||Literacy Shed offer a range of videos and images to inspire children's writing.|
Games and Activities
|Lots of educational games – suitable for all||Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.||Coding activities and challenges for all year groups|
These are just suggestions, which you can look at and use as you