Home learning links

A Comprehensive List of Websites to Aid Home Learning

During school closures, we thought it would be handy to give you a list of handy websites, if you wish to supplement your child’s learning further. The government have announced learning for all primary children that is available from: https://www.thenational.academy/

Please see a list below with a brief description of some alternative websites that will aim learning:

For English:

 

For Maths:

For Science:

For PE:

For Mental Health and Well-being and PSHE:

For DT:

For Art:

For RE:

  •        Norwich Cathedral’s Centre for Learning have put together some fabulous websites and schemes that aid learning in RE and History. There are some great youtube videos available here too. https://www.cathedral.org.uk/visit/school-visits

For ICT:

  •        Purple Mash is being used for the majority of home learning in many different subjects, however they have amazing activities teaching coding! https://www.purplemash.com/

For Collective Worship:

 

For History:

For Geography:

Outdoor Learning:

These ladies deliver our Forest School (outside learning) training and they have set a WILD PLAY challenge
https://wildplayltd.co.uk/product/the-wild-play-big-challenge/?fbclid=IwAR0BgwkkLPavJk7kepDjkywPBd-hQntIcM-_g0ATPbI4JGCQBWpDs629ZrY


Virtual tours of museums - https://www.familydaystriedandtested.com/free-virtual-tours-of-world-museums-educational-sites-galleries-for-children/?fbclid=IwAR0ITS07boNMRVND1lUJwsdy9vUpuFLwhGCvrMuyK-32rxtTBSuNaW9eI0o

 

PE
This is the scheme of work we use for PE, and the nursery and reception children do use it, the first set of activities. Feel free to use our login.

 

In school we use Real PE. If you fancy a change to the Joe Wicks workout (or need something extra!), you can access this from home. There are daily exercise videos and activities to help keep you active. Fun for all the family!