Below you will find links to a range of resources, all of which are free to access during the period of school closure. We will be adding to this list regularly. To access these resources, simply click on the titles in bold below:
Audible: A free collection of audiobooks for children.
Classroom Secrets Learning Packs: Free home learning packs to support your child's learning.
BBC Bitesize Primary: Free online resources for primary education that are updated weekly.
The Maths Factor: Maths lessons and resources provided by Carol Vorderman.
Integra Home Learning Links: A comprehensive list of home learning links arranged by subject.
Government Recommended Education Websites: A list of education websites that have been approved by the UK government.
NCETM (National Centre for Excellence in Teaching of Mathematics) Support for Parents: Videos and resources to support maths education at home.
BBC Bitesize: Free online resources for all ages that are updated weekly.
Oak National Academy: An online classroom and resource hub.
Letters and Sounds for Home and School: From Monday 27 April, online phonics lessons are available in association with the English Hubs.
Summer Reading Challenge: An online platform has been created so families can sign-up safely, create a personal profile, and set their own reading goals.
Advice about talking to your children about the Coronavirus:
Support for your child
During the time whilst school is closed, pupils may feel worried, anxious, or unsafe. There are several organisations they can contact for support:
Childline: Free telephone number: 0800 1111. Calling the number above will connect you to a one to one counsellor, who you can talk to about your worries.
Samaritans: Free telephone number: 116 123. The Samaritans offer a safe place for you to talk anytime you like in your own way.
Young Minds: Young Minds is a mental health charity for young people. If you need support in a crisis or just need to talk to someone, Young Minds are there to offer support.