Useful links to access at home:
The following links offer parents general resources for all subjects. The resources are suitable for children from Nursery to Year 6.
The following links have resources to help children with Maths suitable for children from KS1 to KS2.
Variety of KS1 and KS2 games – top marks.com
Games for KS1 and KS2 – Mad4maths.com
Develop children’s mathematical problem-solving and reasoning skills. The ‘Maths at home’ section of this website features activities and games that don’t require teacher input. Some of the problems require resources but many are accessible with just pen and paper.
Play 22 free maths games here, with each one featuring different levels of difficulty. Click on a child’s year group to highlight the level they should be at. The games are simple and are mainly focused on practising the four operations.
The following link provides resources and learning for Geography.
Looking for a fun and interactive way for children to test their geographical knowledge? Choose to focus on a particular continent or the world as a whole and test your knowledge of flags, capital cities, countries, mountains, rivers and more.
The following links provide resources and learning for Literacy- Reading, Writing and Phonics.
The ‘Family zone’ on this fantastic site gives parents access to a range of reading resources. It provides access to free reading and writing resources, audiobooks, videos, competitions and reading challenges.
This award-winning reading app is for early readers. Children can practise matching letters and sounds, blending, segmenting, tricky words and reading full sentences. It complements synthetic phonics systems taught in schools and the computer version is completely free.
These lovely lesson sequences, based on a variety of books, could easily be adapted for home learning. There are also creative writing resources, topical book lists and activity sheets. Check out the exciting Big Dreams on Screen competition too.
Browse a good selection of free tablet-friendly ebooks for children. Oxford Owl is currently collaborating with authors to create story-telling videos, challenges and draw-alongs. The site also features a selection of ideas for practical home learning, as well as maths and English activities sorted by year group.
Browse this webpage for lots of information, learning and fun with phonics. The website offers help and revision for each phase of phonics. Please ask if you are unsure which phase your child is currently working at.
This link offers a wealth of knowledge on the Read, Write, Inc programme we deliver in school. There are fantastic links to some pre recorded phonics lessons taught by Ruth Miskin which can help your child to perfect their phonics knowledge.
The following link provides resources and learning for History.
Enjoy different virtual tours of London’s Natural History Museum and listen to the soothing voice of David Attenborough as he describes the Hintze Hall. Watch the fascinating ‘Discover’ videos, delve into the collections and get busy in the ‘Try at home’ area.
The following link provides resources and learning for Art.
Art John creates inspiring, creative and achievable YouTube art tutorials. He explains what resources you will need and the skills that are being developed. The results are beautiful and will instantly brighten any bedroom or kitchen.
Please feel free to ask if you feel your child would benefit from additional resources/support in any subject. I will be more than happy to help.