Please find below a list of useful websites and resources that will help you to support your child during this period of social distancing and self-isolation. Many of the resources are interactive activities, reading tasks, games and quizzes that can be accessed using a laptop, tablet or even a mobile phone so there is no need for printing or using Microsoft Office if you don’t have access to those.
We hope that you find these useful in supporting your child with their continued learning at home.
|As you already know there are lots of great resources on this site from topic related activities, maths and English to lots of creative art projects. Also keep an eye out for 2Dos that your child’s teacher will send.
|Learn how to make online games here!
|Lots of interactive materials for children aged 1 to 6. They are offering free full access with live classes and on demand classes – parents just need to sign up.
|This site will lead you to a wealth of websites to support home learning.
|Oxford Owl for Home is a bright and colourful website with free resources available to download without registering. Aimed at primary children, they offer activities for reading, English, Mathematics and interactive games. There’s also handy “How to” videos to explain tricky concepts. Oxford Owl’s free e-book section is wonderful. It’s still free but you need a log-in to access it. Great if your little ones would like to keep in touch with Biff, Chip & Kipper!
|A variety of games for all here.
|Lots of educational games and resources for all ages.
|Register for a free trial to get 2 weeks access to reading resources suitable for all.
|Lots of space related activities for all children.
|Select the KS1 option from the home page and there are lots of activities here which will help your child recall previous learning.
|A range of activities here but especially good interactive activities for maths.
National Geographic is a great platform for learning and it’s totally free. There’s online games, resources and competitions too.