We know that many children are currently learning from home. We have provided home learning packs in the office. There are also a number of websites that can also be used to support learning at home. Please find links to these websites below.
As well as these websites, you can also keep an eye on our class pages as we will be uploading challenges to them.
If you have any questions regarding the websites below, or the Home-Learning page, please email email@example.com
TopmarksTopmarks is a website we often use in school with a variety of Maths Games, many of which can be accessed by laptop or tablet, and which are often labelled with the suitable age ranges.
Phonics PlayDue to the current situation, Phonics Play has made access to its services free for all users using the username: march20 and the password: home. If your child is in KS1 or FS then this is a great website for practising their phonics.
PurpleMashPurpleMash is a website with a wide variety of subject coverage and tasks - some of which will be set by the teachers here! Your children should all have their logins with them, if they do not, please do not hesitate to contact us through email or through private messaging on Facebook and we will try to get the information to you ASAP.
ProdigyFor older, KS2, children, we also have access to Prodigy, which is a Maths-based game that, again, we can set challenges on. Children should have received their logins previously, but if they have been misplaced, please contact us and we will try to get them to you ASAP.
NumberblocksFor younger children, Numberblocks is a useful way for them to practise number knowledge through songs and games.
AlphablocksFor younger children, Alphablocks is a site that uses songs and games to teach letter recognition and phonics.
BBC BitesizeUseful for all children, Bitesize covers a range of subjects and topics using animations, writing, games and quizzes.
MathsChaseMathsChase is an online game where children can practise their recall of times table, addition, subtraction and division facts.
Literacy ShedFor older children, Literacy Shed is a website that is great for practising their writing skills. It has a range of different videos - usually animated - that can be used to inspire stories. They also often come with questions and ideas for grown-ups too!