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Learning Websites

Below, we have added a variety of weblinks that may be useful for you during the school closure. This page is regularly being updated. There will be more information and further links added over the coming weeks.

Website and Link Explanation
Twinkl This is a free resource during school closures. It has many different activities and resources that you may use to supplement the Google Classroom and Class Project activities.
PE with Joe Wicks Each day, Joe Wicks does a fitness session that all children can access. I know that many of our staff are doing this from home too. We are also doing this in school.
BBC Super Movers This is a great website to encourage active learning. Have a go. You can always post some photos on to our Google Classroom.
BBC Newsround A child friendly news programme that may help your child to understand some of the events happening in the world. (We are struggling to understand it all as adults.)
Drawing Lessons with Rob This is a great series of videos if your children are interested in drawing. The videos can be paused at various points to allow your child to copy the images. You could do this too if you wanted.
TopMarks This site has many different interactive activities that your child can play. There are many that you can choose from. The Hit the Button activity is very good for their timestables and numbers. 
PhonicsPlay Phonics Play is an interactive site which allows children to play phonics games from Phase 1 to Phase 5. This is currently free to all during the COVID-19 school closure.
Reading from David Walliams This is a new site where David Walliams is reading some of his new books at 11am each day. Have a listen and see what you think of the new books. Remember you can share what you think with your friends on Google Classroom.
CBeebies Bedtime Stories All of our children are used to hearing stories each day in school. Whilst school is closed, please feel free to listen to some of these stories too.
Dance Mat Typing During this unusual time, perhaps your children can learn some typing skills while they are not in school.
Cooking with Jamie Oliver There are a range of recipes that you may like to try making with the children while you are at home. Remember, you can upload any photos of the food you've made on to Google Classroom if you would like to share this with your friends. (As long as you are able to get hold of the ingredients.)
Music with Mylee Klass

Mylee Klass has been uploading music lessons that your children may want to watch while they missing out on our Junior Jam sessions.

New Book by J.K.Rowling The Ickabog will be published for free on this website, in instalments, over the next seven weeks, a chapter (or two, or three), at a time. It isn’t Harry Potter and it doesn’t include magic. This is an entirely different story. Enjoy!
Stay Active This activity pack features activities and challenges across the three key areas that support childhood development. The supplied activity cards have clear step-by-step instructions, with options for different age groups, and require little or no equipment.
Kew - Royal Botanical Gardens Fun activities about plant and fungal science.
Royal Opera House

Creative home learning – from the Royal Opera House, to your house!

Explore the magical world of the theatre from home. All of our new resources are free to access and do not require you to login.

Think U Know

This page has been created to support parents during COVID-19 and the closure of schools. Each fortnight, we will be releasing new home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities you can do with your child to support their online safety at a time when they will spending more time online at home.