Resources for online learning

During periods of sustained absence, it is important that children can still access leaning from school.
The following activities  will help children, were possible, continue their online learning:


Activities you could do with your child:

  •  Share a story/write a book review/write a character description e.g. for a Top Trumps Card

  •   Read some opening chapters from the Love Reading 4 Kids website

  •   Write a story, poem, play

  •   Make puppets and put on a play

  •   Play a board game, dig out old favourites and hold championship tournaments! You could

    even design a new one for a target audience!

  •   Paint a picture and label it/write about it / create a poem

  •   Blackout poems


  •   Look, say, cover, write, check spellings

  •   Create a poster about washing hands/hygiene about Coronavirus

  •   Make an Easter Egg Hunt with clues in your garden

  •   Make Mother’s Day cards, poems

  •   Research 'project'/poster on a topic that's been covered in school recently, e.g. the

    Egyptians, a famous author, an inspirational person etc. This could be in the form of a

    poster, leaflet, booklet or a PowerPoint presentation etc.

  •   Have a good declutter/sort-out of your toys! Which toys or books do you no longer

    use? Write a review of your favourite with a target audience!

  •  Bake! Bake your favourite recipe and write up the recipe so as to create a class book of

    favourite recipes when you return to school.

    -  Junk modelling why not upcycle some waste materials in order to make something new?

    Useful websites are:

  • Oxford Owl (KS1)

  • Teach your monster to read (Reception- Y2)

  • ICT Runway (Y1)

  • BBC Bitesize (Reception-Y6)

  •  British Library (Reception -Y6)

  •  WordMania (An app for KS2)

      Phonics Play (Reception Year 2)

  •   ICTGames (Reception - Y6)

  •  Lovereading4kids (Reception-Y6)

  •  Change for Life website (Reception-Y6)

Useful Maths Websites:

Useful websites

(Years 2 to 6)

Especially the Number Puzzles and Brain Workouts sections. Alternatively, select from the grades at

the top of the page (Grade 1 = Year 2, Grade 2 = Year 3, etc). (EYFS and Year 1) Videos to develop understanding of numbers and how they fit together. (Years 1 and 2)
Short videos and activities covering the maths curriculum for KS1. (Years 3 to 6)
Short videos and activities covering the maths curriculum for KS2.