Home Learning 

During a period out of school during the Coronavirus outbreak, supporting your child’s wellbeing will be as important as supporting them with their academic progress. Children will be supported best by having a plan for the week. What will they do academically with physical and online resources provided and what will they do for fun and to relax?Making a plan can make all the difference. Making a list or a timetable for each day together could be great fun and really supportive and settling.

Ideally, we would like children to spend time each day practising their times tables and spellings. It is also essential that they spend at least 20 minutes to 30 minutes a day reading. In addition to this, we feel that 30 minutes should be spent on maths and 30 minutes on English. For English, this could be a reading comprehension or a writing task. We believe that they should spend time each day either on science or theme (history or geography) - again around 30 minutes. Our day is structured as follows - In a morning, we would normally have maths and then English and after lunch it would either science, music, re, pe, pshe or theme.

Please also refer to our Year Group Home Learning Page.  These pages give specific learning information for each year group. The pages will be updated on a weekly basis with work that we would like your child to complete at home -


Online geography resources that are great for home learning!

National Geographic Kids - Activities and quizzes. Generally interesting and informative pages, some with activities on them. Y3 – there is a page about Tutankhamun
Geography Games - Geography gaming!

The people at twinkl need your children’s help! Grandmaster Glitch is messing with some of the world's landmarks and we need your children to learn more about them and stop him in his tracks! Your mission to stop naughty Glitch, starts here 👉

Whether you’re stuck at home, looking to learn online or just want to be inspired by stories of hope in the face of adversity, English Heritage invite you to join them in their new History at Home group! Each week they'll bring you a new unit about a different topic, sharing the many remarkable and inspiring stories from the history of England. Complete each unit and share your score in the quiz at the end! 💯

Go and give yourselves a well deserved treat 🥂 It’s exhausting balancing working from home and teaching our children but we’re smashing it! We’ve got this!

Twinkl’s Home Learning Hub has got you covered with new activities, live lessons and more added every day. Find out more here 👉

To support parents and guardians with structuring and delivering home learning for children, TES have gathered a collection of teacher-created learning resources designed to engage both primary and secondary students and help them learn and study outside of their usual classroom environment.

All of these resources are completely free to download and use and include lessons, worksheets, workbooks and activities across a multitude of subject disciplines, ranging from EYFS to KS4 (GCSE). With these resources, you can be confident that students will remain engaged and challenged throughout this period of social distancing and isolation.…/teacher-essentials/home-learning

Take your child on a virtual tour of a museum or Pretend to travel the world..Go on a virtual tour of these 12 famous museums. or

Anyone can access BBC Teach and BBC Bitesize for free. Their websites are home to thousands of free educational videos, guides and audio clips, as well as

an archive of spectacular Live Lessons.Also try BBC Learning This site is old and no longer updated and yet there's so much still available, from language learning to BBC Bitesize for revision. No TV licence required except for content on BBC iPlayer. The BBC is also working on extra content specifically for children to access at home. Choose a subject area and then choose a relevant topic which has been covered in your year group since the beginning of this academic year. or   or

Knowledge Mats

Knowledge Mats are designed to be used at school during lessons and at home. Parents can help children learn the information contained on the mat. We are confident that these Knowledge Mats will help children to develop knowledge on a wide range of topics and will significantly improve their vocabulary. This, in turn, will make them more confident in class and help to develop their reading and writing skills. Knowledge Mats can be found by clicking on the following link -

So you’ve set up a free account with Twinkl. What next?

(If you haven’t set up a free account yet, follow this guide:

The Twinkl website is chock-full of useful resources and activities. It might be a bit tricky to know where to start. Make sure to have a look at the School Closure page > for more information, guides for parents and teachers, and links to some useful resources.