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This area of the website is dedicated to the electronic resources available for you to use with your child due to the closure of schools. Most of these resources are freely available for everyone to use to support their children. Some resources that are suitable for all age groups are listed further down this page.
We are publishing a weekly timetable that parents may wish to use that each key stage of learning has published to support parents so you don't have to navigate through multiple websites.
We are publishing below the main sites that we draw our resources from.
Oak National Academy Lessons
Oak National Academy is an online lesson and resource hub with lessons suitable for children of all primary school age groups. They provide a bank of high quality, sequenced lessons and activities for not only Maths and English, but also foundation subjects as well. These resources are free for everyone to use and do not require a registration or log in. You can choose to either complete lessons by subject or follow the schedule for your year group.
Outwood Grange Academies Trust
Outwood Grange Academies Trust and their Chief Executive Principal for Primary, Lee Wilson, who is also one of our Associate Governors, have kindly given us access to their free home learning resources. These are split into year groups ranging from LFS to Year 6. If you click on the 'Knowledge is Power' tab after using the link below, you will be taken to weekly suggested resources.
Mandarin Home Learning
Our Chinese Language Assistant has provided a series of home learning activities and resources for children to access at home if they wish to further their Mandarin language learning. These resources will be updated on a weekly basis and are grouped into key stages. Please click on the button below in order to be redirected to our Mandarin home learning page. Remember to share what you do with us on your child's class Twitter page.
Additional Website Suggestions
The following resources are suitable for children of all primary age groups to use:
Joe Wicks is launching a free live workout/PE lesson every day at 9am for children to take part in from home. The videos will stream live from his YouTube channel each morning.
Go Noodle for Families provides dance and workout videos for the whole family to take part in.
Twinkl Kids TV videos offer parents hints, tips and advice on how to use Twinkl’s library of resources at home as well as providing home learning videos for children to watch. Alongside this Twinkl.co.uk have a whole section of their website dedicated to parents and home learning with resources being added daily.
Interland in partnership with Google has a range of online safety games for all children promoting kindness and safety online. Children are taken on a journey through an imaginary world where they play educational e-safety based games.
The National Geographic Kids website has a range of resources and activities for children to use. They can research and discover animals, science, history and geography whilst accessing competitions, games and even a kids club.
SciShow Kids opens up a world of discovery for children. The YouTube channel showcases experiments, researches questions and talks to scientific experts. Every Tuesday and Thursday Jessi and her sidekick robot rat answer viewer’s questions and explain scientific concepts for young minds.
Classroom Secrets Kids are providing exciting, engaging and practical learning resources for children to use at home. They even have video tutorials and downloadable packs.
Spelling Frame have complete spelling lists and spelling games for each year group. Children can play games based on the spellings you select for them then be tested on the words they have learnt. Spellings are split into year groups and word lists provided.
Top Marks have hundreds of resources to support parents and children in all areas of the curriculum with every subject catered for. From games to worksheets, they have everything covered!
BBC Bitesize are here to support children with their home learning. It will be adding daily content to help with both education and well-being of children.
Lunch Doodles with Mo invites children to draw doodles along with him, live at 1pm each day on his YouTube channel. Mo Willems is an award winning children’s book illustrator.