Learning At Home

The following websites and resources can be used to support your young person/people in their learning. They may be of particular use if a school is closed for any reason.

Please contact the Virtual School if you need any further information or help.

 

Click on the thumbnails below to visit the websites. 

For resources specifically for Teachers and Schools, please click on the link to the left.

 

For resources to support your child with understanding the current situation with coronavirus/COVID-19, click on the logo below.

 

Thinkuknow is the education programme from NCA-CEOP, a UK organisation which protects children both online and offline.

They have developed two helpsheets for parents, which can be downloaded by clicking on the links to the right.

 

Parents helpsheet for Primary Children: Download here

Parents helpsheet for Secondary Children: Download here

Resources to download, and supplies for the classroom.

To download My Activity Book for ages 5-7 or 7-11, please click on the thumbnails below.

Ages 5-7              Ages 7-11

       

 

 

Thrive is a leading provider of tools and training to help adults support the children they work with. They have created packs for younger children (rainbow), older children (globe), and adults (heart) to help with the current difficult situatio.

Click the relevant icon below to download the pack.

    

BBC Bitesize provides learning, revision and more for ages 3 to 16+.

Quizlet provides engaging and customisable activities thanks to contributions from people everywhere.

Revision Packs, Study Cards & Free GCSE & A-Level Revision Resources.

An award-winning website from Oxford University Press, created to support children’s learning both at home and at school.

Phonics games, planning, assessments and printable resources.

Search for Mr Bruff for English GCSE videos, and Mr Mahmud for Maths GCSE videos.

Resources list for Schools and Families.

Online classroom and resource hub created by teachers.