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Government Home Learning Advice

The latest government advice on supporting home learning can be found here:

There are a wealth of resources and ideas available in the class pages of our website to support home-learning. 

For maths, I would particularly encourage you to visit and follow the lessons – this links with your child’s learning in school as we follow White Rose Maths.

Other useful web-links are listed below:


The Department for Education have produced a very comprehension list of links to free educational resources to support home learning which can be accessed here:


The Oak National Academy is an online classroom and resource hub created by teachers, for teachers. Their aim is to support teachers to support their pupils. They provide a bank of high-quality, sequenced video lessons and resources, covering a range of subjects including maths, English, art and languages.


The BBC resources are always of high quality. Educational programming for school children has increased with daily educational programmes for different key stages or year groups through BBC Bitesize. Newsround is highly recommended to watch daily:


This website is excellent as it has LOTS of great home-learning links for most curriculum areas:


The Robin Hood Multi-Academy Trust has very kindly produced 7 weeks’ worth of home-learning packs which are free for anyone to use. There are a huge number of links and resources here:


Excellent free resource packs covering the whole curriculum. Highly recommended! These learning packs are also available to download on our class pages:


Comprehensive resource packs from Classroom Secrets. These learning packs are also available to download on our class pages:


Non-screen activities from Pobble:


Very comprehensive free materials and advice from Twinkl:



For daily phonics games and activities, log into - they have kindly provided free access for all parents using the username march20 and password home. There are also a number of fully decodable phonics comics available to download and read at

Mr MC is also uploading a daily phonics lesson on his youtube site,



Literacy Shed is an extremely inspiring site loaded with film animations with accompanying questions and activities:


Reading comprehension, grammar, spelling and phonics organised by year group:


Writing challenges:



Highly recommended daily maths films and activities which links directly with your child’s learning in school:

Just follow these four easy steps…

  1. Click on the set of lessons for your child’s year group.
  2. Watch the video (either on your own or with your child).
  3. Find a calm space where your child can work for about 20-30 minutes.
  4. Use the video guidance to support your child as they work through a lesson.


Gareth Metcalfe ‘I See Maths’ is also highly recommended and he is delivering daily live maths lessons for KS2 children through this link:

Year 3/4 and Year 5/6 lessons will be available from Monday 23rd March at 9am

KS1 activity videos will be available from Tuesday 24th March at 9am


Fluency questions organised by year group:


There are of songs and activities to help improve your times tables on our website at:


RE and Collective Worship

A very comprehensive list of links and resources to support RE and collective worship at home, compiled by the DBE:



Read Harold the giraffe's stay-at-home diary each day:



TATE Kids is highly recommended:

Illustrator’s workshop – ‘Draw-a-long-a-Lenton’


Physical Activity

Daily workouts with Joe Wicks at


Some excellent links from the Robin Hood Multi-Academy Trust:   


Cosmic Kids yoga is highly recommended:    or