Web links – originally published on our class pages.
A list of Government-approved education resources can be found here.
For younger children, the free activities here can all be done with everyday objects that you find around the home:
For further information on home learning please visit Cumbria County Council’s Early Years Team home learning webpage.
– TTRockstars – times table practise like you’ve never seen before! Practise in the “garage” before tying a “soundcheck” to see if you’ve beaten your best score!
– MyMaths – children in Skiddaw and Scafell classes have personal logins for this.
– Prodigy Maths covers a range of topics across the curriculum and will scale to the level your child is currently working at.
– Hit the Button game for quick recall of times and divide table facts.
– No Pressure Maths as it says in the title, maths games with no timer pressurising the player.
– White Rose Online Learning – We use the White Rose scheme in school for mathematics teaching. Here you’ll find video tutorials and activities.
– Reading Audible has made a fantastic collection of children’s audiobooks available free of charge without the need for an account.
– Oxford Reading Tree free ebook library available online.
– JK Rowling has published a new story, not linked to Harry Potter, called Icabog. Find it here.
– IDL – typing, reading and spelling program. All Skiddaw and Scafell children have their own logins and passwords.
– Twinkl Home Learning Hub – Twinkl are currently providing free access to a range of their great resources, set out with a daily timetable to follow at home for structure. Free and updated daily.
– P.E. with Joe – Joe Wicks the Body Coach is live-streaming a P.E. lesson at 9am every day!
– Live Drawing Classes! – At 6PM each day Steve Harpster from Harptoons will be live-streaming a drawing class for some super-cute cartoons! The live stream is on Facebook, but the video is also uploaded to Youtube afterwards if you can’t catch it at 6PM! There’s also a huge amount of past videos for a whole bunch of other drawing classes!
General guidance from the Government about home learning with primary-age children can be found here.
General support for home learning from the Education Endowment Foundation can be found here.