Welcome to our Home Learning Zone.
This is a list of recommended websites and apps that you can use with your child for home learning. Each year group page has websites more specific to their curriculum. Please see below.
The Headteacher's blog with updated information can be found here.
UPDATE - 20th April
Teachers are continuing to update tasks for children on PurpleMash. These activities will be available for the children via 2Do.
BBC Bitesize will also be providing weekly lessons for pupils from Monday 20th April starting at 9:00am. This includes resources through the website and lessons will be available through iPlayer and the red button.
Pupils have their own logins for Purple Mash. Tasks will be set by teachers for the children to complete during school closure. These will appear in the children's 2Do section and may be set daily/weekly. Teachers will also be able to email children on PurpleMash to inform them of tasks they would like them to look at.
Twinkl is offering every parent and carer a free One Month Ultimate Membership. Go to the above website and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS
Once you have made your free account, you will be able to access lessons designed for each age group using this link.
Free resources including games and activities based on areas throughout the curriculum.
You are able to create a free Kids account on Classroom Secrets. They have fun and engaging games and activities to cover different areas of the curriculum. You will need to create a free account for your child to be able to access these resources.
This website allows pupils to access a number of Oxford Reading Tree books online. There is also a section for parent support and resources. Each class has their own login. Please see Year Group pages for more details.
Teach Your Monster to Read
This website is completely free to play on desktop and laptop computers. If you want to download this on your Apple or Amazon device then this is also free until 23rd March.
This can be accessed online or through their app. They have online reading games and activities. A free trial is available for parents.
This can be accessed online or through their app. They teach children the core maths skills and problem solving. A free trial is available for parents.
A website that allows families to access movement and mindfulness videos for free. There are also apps available from Apple, Google Play, Roku and Amazon.