This page will include information for families and general activities that all children and families can access.

Coronavirus website -

Many of the activities provided require the use of online spaces. We would like to remind parents to talk to your children about internet safety and the potential pitfalls of working online. The Safer Schools App is something the school has pushed out to parents in the past and is a fantastic resource to use at this time. Please find our school on the App and use the Entry Code: 7440. Also use for further support.

We have included these because they are currently providing free access, and many children in school are familiar with the sites. We are aware that there will be some adverts linked to these pages, so please ensure age-appropriate supervision:


Oxford Owl (Reading - free e-books (linked to school reading schemes)) -

Story Online (Reading - videos of stories being read) -

Book Trust (Reading - e-books, games and quizzes) -!?q=&sortOption=AtoZ&pageNo=1

Story Nory (Reading - free audio stories) -

BBC Bitesize (Reading - free audio stories) -

worldbookonline (Free online books (Requires account creation)) -

Historical significance

Whilst this is a difficult and sad time, we know in years to come it will be a time of enormous historical significance. The documents below are for you to create a 'time capsule' to remember the challenges in years to come:



Phonic Play -

Phonics Hero (Phonics games and activities) - Free 7 day parent trial available

Phonics Play ( - For free access: Username – march20 / Password - home)

Phonics Bloom (Phonics) -


Language Link - / (free trials)

Speech and Language Link (Resources to support speech and language development) -

Pobble 365 (Literacy (writing, reading, comprehension etc) ) -

Talk for Writing - an excellent way to get children writing! &


White Rose Maths (Maths activities / worksheets. Includes help videos for parents and videos for children to follow) -

Classroom Secrets -

Memory Games and Maths Activities -

URBrainy (Maths home learning packs) - You will need to sign up for an account to access the free resources

NRich (Maths games and puzzles) -

Mangahigh (Mangahigh is a game-based site for math online learning resources. It covers a range of mathematical areas) -


Thinkuknow (Video content and information to support children staying safe online) -

Scratch (ICT - Computer Coding) - Your child may have their own account already. If not, they will need to create one.


Topmarks Games (for all subjects, particularly good for Maths)

BrainPop (BrainPop offers learning on topics across the curriculum for KS2. Each topic includes videos, quizzes, related reading, and even coding activities. Teachers have access to planning and tracking resources too. They also offer BrainPop Jr., specially designed for KS1) -

ICT Games (Maths, English interactive games) -

Chatterpack (Geography, history, art, music) -

National Geographic Kids (Geography) -

Mystery Science (Science based video and resource bank and suggestions for hands on activities) -

Thinking Skills -

Daily Kids Workout with Joe Wicks ‘The Body Coach’ (PE Activities) -

Science challenges -

Celebrity online classes


Ideas on how to organise your learning week:


30 Day Lego Challenge!