There are lots of really useful websites available that can support home learning. We have listed some below as a starting point and will be adding to the list as regularly as possible.
Sumdog - Opportunity to practise maths skills playing engaging games. Use the school log in which has been provided to your child.
My Maths - Lessons and homework tasks on a range of maths topic areas. Like Sumdog, use the school log in which has been provided to your child.
Top Marks games - Games to support learning across a lot of different areas of the curriculum.
Twinkl - Lots of resources for all aspects of the curriculum. Use the parents code shared by school to access these resources.
Woodlands Junior School - Lots of English and maths games.
Phonics Play - website to support the learning of phonics. Use the displayed code on the website to gain access to the site.
PE with Joe Wicks Body Coach - a daily chance to be active for children and their families.
Lego Challenge - 30 days of activities to do with your box of Lego!
Tynker - have a go at coding. You'll need to create a free parent account to access the site.
TTS Home Learning Booklets - a range of activities for children in EYFS, KS1 and KS2. Download relevant book for your child. Beebot and Bluebot apps are also downloaded from this link. Control a Beebot or Bluebot on screen and learn the basic of how to control robots.
STEM activities for Home Learning - Science and Technology activities across the primary age range.
White Rose Maths - home learning activities for lots of maths concepts.
The World of David Walliams - lots of fun activities linked to David's children's books to enjoy here.
Oxford Owls - create a free log in and access e-books for children across the primary age range..