KS1 and KS2 General Resources
Please check the "Files to Download" at the Bottom which is being added to all the time. Any new resources or links that are added will also be at the bottom of the page!
A HUGE list of online resources being collected by another school http://www.amazingeducationalresources.com/
APPS for Tablets and Phones:
We have also attached a document with some great education APPS for you to upload on devices at home. The price (most are free), suitability and subjects are in the table along side them.
Here is a list of other Youtube channels complied by TeacherPacks: https://www.teachingpacks.co.uk/50-youtube-channels-for-home-learning/
5 minute movement break workouts (great for kids and adults!): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyCLoPd4VxBvPHOpzoEk5onAEbq40g2-k
Twinkl (all areas, all ages) -
A large collection of packs for all areas of learning
Here is are the packs for KS1: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/class-management/school-closure-home-learning-classroom-management-key-stage-1-year-1-year-2?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=free-home-learning&utm_content=20200312_ks1freepacks_con
TTS Packs (all ages, all areas)
TTS are offering downloadbale packs for childrento work on online or print off if needed
BBC Bitesize (All areas, all ages)
Robin Hood Mats (Learning projects home, all ages)
Home learning projects (these are not our usual home learning challenges, rather extra ideas for you to do at home during the closure)
Tynker (Computer coding, 5+)
123 Home School (All areas, all ages)
All Kids Network (printables, all ages)
Bamboo Education (Alexa skills, all ages)
Conjuguemos (MFL, Juniors)
Duolingo (MFL, all ages)
Dyslexia Academy (Dyslexia support, all ages)
Khan Academy (all areas, infants)
Little Twisters (Yoga, all ages)
Brainbox games (All areas, all ages)
Mystery Science (Science, all ages)
Wonderopolis (all areas, all ages)
Code.org (coding for all ages, with apps that can be used on a phone or tablet)
Oxford Owls (all areas, all ages)
This link will take you to Oxford Owls where there is a variety of videos demonstrating how school teaches your children maths. As well as ways you can help them.
Place Value - how to videos
Reading at Home
This link will bring you to videos on supporting your children with reading and comprehension skills.
This link will take you to Oxford Owls where you will find a wealth of information to help you. It's split into year groups and age ranges. There are parents guides as well as practical activities to do with your child.
This link will take you to a library of hundreds of free books that your child can read on a tablet, or other mobile device. You do have to register but it is free.