Home Learning Zone
In September 2020, all our classes returned to full-time education following the Covid-19 closure in March. Although we hope that the majority of our children will now have an uninterrupted experience, there is the possibility that an individual child, a class bubble, or indeed the whole school, will need to self-isolate for a period of time. We have therefore put in place a plan for remote learning so that all children can continue with their education. This meets the expectations set out in the DfE guidance ‘Remote Education Support’
If a child does not have access to a computer/laptop and/or the internet, the school will do all it can to support children and will provide paper packs of learning. Where funding can be accessed, remote devices (eg, laptops) and/or 4G connections will be sought, particularly for disadvantaged children. Parents will be reminded to make the school aware of any barriers to accessing remote learning. Paper copies will still be available.
We have created this page for any pupils who are self-isolating at home. Below are a range of several resources that can be used via smartphones, tablets and laptops in addition to the work allocated via Class Dojo.
Please click the links to be taken to the correct pages.
Please check our Class Dojo for work that has been allocated by your child's class teacher.
Purple Mash hosts an exciting mash-up of curriculum focused activities, creative tools, programs and games to support and inspire creative learning every day. From poems to newspapers, .masks and 3D models, animations and textured paintings, Your child has their own login and password which has been sent home. Click here or on the Purple Mash logo to go to this site.
Times Tables Rockstars
Practise your times tables on Times Tables Rockstars. Pupils have a login for this site. Click here or on the Times Tables Rockstars logo to visit the site.
Try out your comprehension skills with Read Theory. Pupils have a login for this site. Click here or on the Read Theory logo to visit the site.
If your child has been given a login for IDL they can access the site at home. Click here or on the IDL logo to visit the site.
Here a a few home resources for learning French.
Visit the Collins site to use the online French /English dictionary/Translator , click here to visit the site.
Another useful site to learn how to say French words is Linguee. click here to visit the site.
There are lots of Youtube sites which you can visit to learn French.
For younger children : Pinpin et Lili
For older children : BBC - Virtually there, a song about clothes and colours
Class 5 are learning about the Greeks. Find out more about the ancient Greeks. Click here to visit the site
Class 4 are learning about the Ancient Egyptians. Click here to find out more
Class 3 are learning about the Romans in Britain. Click here to find out more about the Romans
Find out about Boudicca and her role in the Roman invasion of Britain. Click here to visit the site.
BBC Bitesize Daily
BBC Bitesize Daily has launched its new Autumn service for all age groups ,on a range of subjects. This includes catch up lessons for children who might need a little extra help. ( Available on the BBC website, Red Button and BBC iplayer)
White Rose Maths
White Rose Maths have launched a set of home learning activities Click here to visit the website and find out more
Oak National Academy
As you may have heard on the news, the government has launched an online learning zone for pupils from reception to high school age. There are daily lessons on a variety of subjects delivered by teachers via videos. Click here to go to the site.
Bud's Number Garden -Early Years
Visit Bud's Number Garden at BBC Bitesize to practise your number skills. Click here to go the site.
Visit the BBC Phonics site to practise your phonics skills. Click here to visit the site.
Bitesize from the BBC has hundreds of educational resources and they are currently updating this site to provide additional support for children who are staying at home. Keep checking the site to see what new content is being added. Click here to visit Bitesize.
The Jubilee Centre.
The Jubilee Centre for character and virtues has designed a range of activities based around the virtues we discuss and reflect upon as part of our school curriculum. Click here to visit the site
Revise and practise primary maths with DoodleMaths. Over 350 topics with step by step explanations and example questions for supporting maths at home. Click here to visit the site.
Would you like to write a book? Visit the Authorfy site to listen to famous authors( including Katherine Rundell, Michael Morpurgo, Danny Wallace ,Jonny Duddle and many more )explain where they get their ideas and how they plan their writing. You can join for free. Click here to visit the site
Lots of fun activities to download at home. Click here to visit the site
Hamilton Trust have produced weekly home learning packs. Click here to visit the site
SPAR - Lancashire School Games
Stay In Work Out - Ideas to stay active and healthy at home from Lancashire School Games. Click here to visit the site.
Premier League Primary Stars
The Premier League have created lots of football themed learning and fun activities. Click here to visit the site.
BBC - Supermovers
Get moving with the Supermovers. Learn and move at the same time, maths( including times tables), english, science and activities just for fun. Click here to find out more
Free phonics activities from Monster Phonics. Click here to visit the site
Games and activities to teach children about money at home. Click here to visit the site
Dan Worsley - More Impossible Tales
The author Dan Worsley is providing storytelling sessions on his Youtube site. Click here to visit the site and listen to the stories and take part in one of the activity challenges.
The Gruffalo - Julia Donaldson
Are you a fan of The Gruffalo? Visit the Gruffalo website to explore the deep, dark wood! Click here to visit the site.
Lots of free activities for all age groups from the Literacy Shed. Click here to visit the site.
Fun Maths activites
Sign up for a free 14 day trial at iR Primary Games. There are over 600 maths activiities to choose from . If you have a printer, there are lots of editable worksheets that can be printed. Click here to visit the site.
The Books Trust have lots of fun interactive books and storytelling videos. Click here to visit the site.
Scolastic Learn at home
Scolastic have lots of online books and activities. Click here to visit the site
Their TrueFlix section contains Non-Fiction books about a variety of topics ( The site is American based so some content is about subjects relevent to the USA) Click here to investigate the site
Their ScienceFlix section contains videos and information on dozens of different science topics. Click here to visit the site
Harry Potter at home
Visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Activities, quizzes and other magical fun. The site will be updated regularly so keep visiting. Click here to see what's on offer!
Spelling practice for Year 1 to Year 6. Click here or on the Spelling Frame logo to visit the site.
BBC Teach has lots of videos on all the Primary curriculum subjects. Click here to visit the site
BBC iplayer has also launched an iplayer app especially for children, where they can only access suitable content from CBBC. The details are on their website.
Go to Mathantics to see explanations of lots of maths topics. Click here to visit the site
Blue Peter Badge
There are 8 Blue Peter Badges that can be won, start your collection now! Click here to find out more.
Top Marks have lots of learning games and activities for all age groups. Click here to visit the site.
Improve your coding skills by visiting the sites below.
Hour of Code - Click here to visit the site
Code for life - Rapid Router - click here to visit the site.
Scratch online - click here to visit the site
Code Monster - click here to visit the site
Hour of the code ( Code Monsters) - click here to visit the site
You can use Purple Mash to practise your coding too. Just go to Purple Mash above and use your school login .
Oxford Owl have a selection of books to read online. You just need to create a login to have access to the online books.Click here to visit the site
Oxford Owl also have a selection of stories for different ages to listen to. On the storyteller page there are links to a video library which supports topics from the primary curriculum.
Teach Your Monster To Read ( EYFS and Ks1)
Go on an adventure with your very own monster. Can you help him to learn to read so that he can mend his spaceship? This site is free to join, click here or on the Monster logo to visit the site.
Phonics Play (EYFS and Ks1)
Phonics Play have made their content free to use. Use the login details on the site to access lots of phonics activities. Click here or on the Phonics Play logo to visit the site.
Alphablocks and NumberBlocks ( EYFS and Ks1)
Watch as the Alphablocks tell stories and make words using phonics. Sing along and learn all about numbers with the Numberblocks!
CBeebies Story Time
CBeebies Storytime is filled with free interactive story books and bedtime stories for young children and is a great way to enjoy reading with your little one. The library is always growing, with amazing stories featuring all the CBeebies’ favourites. Click here to visit the site.
Phonics Bloom (EYFS and Ks1)
Phonics Bloom have free phonics games for all phases. Click here to visit the site
ICT Games ( children 5 to 8 years old)
ICT games has lots of activities for this age group linked to the Ks1 curriculum. Click here to visit the site.
Explore this site to discover lots of fascinating facts. Test your knowledge with one of the amazing quizzes. Click here to visit the site.
Learn English Kids - English as an additional language
If your child has English as an additional language there are games and activities to help them continue to learn English. This site is also suitable for children whose first language is English with lots of videos and activities on different topics. Click here to visit the site.
Michael Rosen stories and poems
Visit Michael Rosen's Youtube channel and listen to some of his fantastic poems and stories. Click here to go to the site.
Crickweb have over 250 educational free games and activities. Click here to visit the site
Listen to a free story on audible, a selection of books for different ages. Click here to visit the site.
Dance Mat Typing
If you have a computer, why not improve your typing skills by using Dance Mat Typing from the BBC website. Click here to visit the site
TTS have produced a range of free,downloadable homelearning packs. Click on the links below to access the year group you need.