Home Learning and Guidance Links

Links will be added here to aid in the Home Learning of your children as well as links to information sites:

Click here for some online home-education resources

Other Useful Home Learning Links

(click the names to access the websites)

Adobe Education Exchange: Free resources, workshops and teaching materials. All ages.

Oak National Academy: Free resources and online lessons. All ages.

Atom Learning: Personalised learning in English and maths, using teacher-led content. Key stage 2.

BBC Bitesize: Over the coming weeks, the BBC will be offering daily content to support families with home learning and issues of wellbeing.

Twinkl: Learning resources, planning and assessment materials. The company has created free home learning and school closure packs. All ages.

Seneca Learning: A free online learning platform. Key stages 2, 3 and 4.

BrainPOP: Cross-curricular resources using topics and themes. BrainPOP has offered “free, unlimited use of BrainPOP to any school, anywhere, that is closed due to the coronavirus during the period of their closure”. All ages.

Century Tech: English, maths and science resources for free to all schools and students affected by coronavirus school closures. All ages.

Discovery Education: Videos, interactive activities, or complete, ready-to-use lesson plans in maths, science and social studies. All ages.

Earwig Academic: A package for teachers to support teaching evidence, making assessments, tracking progress and reporting. Parents and pupils can upload work and communicate safely with teachers. During the coronavirus crisis, Earwig Lite is free to “anyone who needs it”. All ages.

Highlights Kids: Read, play games and conduct science experiments. Primary age.

Hungry Little Minds: Government supported. Activities for parents with children aged under five.

Tassomai: Bite-sized learning, using quizzes and short videos. Key stages 3 and 4. Free access to schools affected by coronavirus closures. 


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Free self-isolation education and entertainment resources

Coronavirus Advice Links

Public Health England have produced an easy read version of their Advice on the coronavirus for places of education.  You can download it here.

Another guide to what to tell your children if they are anxious can be found here.