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Below are some links to fun, general learning resources and websites. These can be used – mostly free-of-charge – to help you help your child at home, especially if they are unable to attend school.
For more subject-specific links, please choose the subject you require from the list on the left.
At the bottom of this page are some links to current work specific to your child’s year group.
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BBC Bitesize – new, high-quality online curriculum for the summer term
SEND Parents’ Toolkit – provided by BBC Bitesize
National Curriculum – tons of resources for homeschooling
ICT in Schools – a list of resources for homeschooling parents
Help teach your child how to ride a bike with Bikeability
RSPB – learn at home while enjoying nature
Calling all Harry Potter fans! JK Rowling has created a new webpage – Harry Potter at Home – giving you FREE access to loads of Harry Potter activities, information and even the first audiobook, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. If you’re up for a serious challenge, do you think you can beat the Hogwarts Escape Room?
Roll up! Roll up! Have you ever wanted to take your children to The Louvre in Paris? The Vatican in Vatican City? Well, now you can! Visit Virtual Tours – this is an excellent resource which allows you to take virtual tours of some the world’s most famous buildings and museums, including The Louvre in Paris, The Vatican, The British Museum and the Natural History Museum in London plus many more!
100 Things To Do Indoors – lots of fun ideas to entertain your little ones
50 things to do before you’re 11 – great list of exciting activities you can (and should!) do with your children
Active Leaders – daily activities and challenges for the Easter holidays
Little Rescuers – fun and creative learning materials for all children
The Kids Should See This – wide range of cool educational videos
Cbeebies Radio – listening activities for the younger ones
BBC Bitesize – lots of useful videos to help teach your child
Nature Detectives – a lot of these activities can be done in a garden, a park, or a remote forest location
Blue Peter Badges – if you have a stamp and a nearby post box…
DK Find Out – activities and quizzes about lots of topics
Podcasts for Children – something fun and educational for everyone