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Things to do at home (while we're closed)

Here are links to useful, educational and/or just plain fun things to do!  And they're all free.

Note - Check your teacher's class pages first.  This is a list of general things that are good for most age groups.


Summer Self Care Pack

Read Write Inc. - Our Phonics programme will have daily live videos

at the times shown in the YouTube channel (click icon to view)


Hungry Little Minds is a superb treasure trove of simple, fun activities for kids, from newborn to five.


Every Thursday at 4pm, Julia Dolandson will be performing one of her books along with special guests from her Facebook account (no membership needed).


And speaking of Julia Donaldson, her illustrator, Axel Scheffler, has produced a very good book about the Covid-19 Coronavirus especially for children and it's free (follow the link)!


PE with Joe - on YouTube (a great way to start the day. Live at 9am but available all day)


Education Endowment Foundation have some very useful resources for teaching at home


Science with Maddie Moate onYouTube (new live videos 11am every day)


'Elevenses' with David Walliams - daily stories


Get Kids Cooking with Jamie Oliver


Myleene's Music Klass


The Maths Factor 


Free streaming children's audiobooks from Audible


BBC Bitesize Key Stage 1

BBC Bitesize Key Stage 2

BBC Newsround

iMovement - Fun activities for teachers and parents to keep children happy, healthy and focussed.

Topmarks educational games

Phonics Play (free for a limited time)

Lego 30 Days of Play Calendar (lots of ideas)


Khan Academy (free but sign up required)

Brain Training puzzles

Times Table Rockstars (Children have their own logins to this.  They will know what they are.)

Classroom Secrets (free for the moment. A sign up is required.)

Teacher's Pet (free resources - sign up is required)

Oxford Owl - lots of free resources.

Maths Zone

Times tables

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