In addition to the Online Learning Programme led by our school team, we recommend the following sites as good sources of content.
BBC Bitsize – A free website which provides small, digestible lessons tailored to support the National Curriculum.
Literacy Trust – Engaging activities that will help children’s reading, writing and language development.
Google Rivet – Google’s Rivet is a free AI-based app helping get children excited about reading. With over 3,500 free digital books.
Literacy Shed – Excellent creative writing stimuli.
Primary Games – engaging games and activities for all abilities.
Top Marks – lots of online games and maths content.
Blockly – Learn computer programming skills – fun and free.
TedEd – All sorts of engaging educational videos.
National Geographic Kids – Activities and quizzes for younger kids.
Duolingo – Learn languages for free. Web or app.
The Kids Should See This – Wide range of educational videos.
Crash Course – You Tube videos on many subjects
Crash Course Kids – As above for a younger audience
Paw Print Badges – Free challenge packs and other downloads. Many activities can be completed indoors. Badges cost but are optional.
Cbeebies Radio – Listening activities for the younger ones.
Nature Detectives – A lot of these can be done in a garden, or if you can get to a remote forest location!
British Council – Resources for English language learning.
The Imagination Tree – Creative art and craft activities for the very youngest.
Toy Theatre – Educational online games