While we are on our enforced closure, there are a number of websites that we use in school which the children can access from home. UPDATED 28th March – new sites at bottom of page
The children from Y1 onwards have their own username and password for this. If they have forgotten, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and I can remind them.
The login details are the same as the pupils use for Accelerated Reader in school (name, initial).
A great site for learning coding – the Class 2 pupils should remember the details for the MrHamsterley account.
In school, we often use the Twinkl site for curriculum resources. While schools are closed due to Covid-19, they are offering free registration to all.
Offer code: UKTWINKLHELPS
And the Hamilton-Trust website, an excellent curriculum site which we use frequently in school, is producing weekly ‘learning at home’ packs for each year group in Maths and English. You can download them here: https://www.hamilton-trust.org.uk/blog/learning-home-packs/
Sir Linkalot is a great spelling website / app, and they are allowing free access for home educators while schools are closed.
TTS (an educational supplies company) have produced Home Learning Packs for Reception, KS1 and KS2.
White Rose Maths Hub have produced weekly lessons for each year group, with short videos explaining that lesson.
BBC Supermovers have produced a series of videos which combine learning with movement – great for when you’re stuck indoors.
Dr Chips does a daily Science, Technology or Computing activity. A new video is released at 10:00 AM each weekday, but past videos and ideas are all available to do on the website.
The Scouts: The Great Indoors is a wonderful collection of interesting activities for children to do at home.
Cambridgeshire LEA have a website with a host of ideas for home learning across all subjects and ages
The National Schools Partnership have a page of challenges linked to industry.