Throughout our school closure, we will be continually updating this page with links to recommended websites to support with home learning. Following on from the Department of Education's announcement, many educational sites have started to offer their resources for free - as more become available, these will be added to the list below so check back regularly!
White Rose Maths: has prepared a series of five maths lessons for each year group from Year 1-6. They also have activities for Reception too. They will be adding five more each week for the next few weeks. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child.
Audible: have released an incredible collection of children's audiobooks entirely for the duration of school closures. They can be streamed for free on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
Times Tables Rockstars: a great online learning platform for times tables practice (all ABPS children will have Times Tables Rockstars log-in details. Contact us if they need us to send you a reminder!)
Spelling Shed and Maths Shed: sign up for a free trial - these are usually 14 days, but we have been told they may be extending these for the length of the school closure. When you are signing up, make sure you are doing this as an 'individual' rather than joining the school as we do not have a school-wide subscription for this.
Twinkl: sign up and use offer code CVDTWINKLHELPS for a full range of resources for every key stage. It also has a Parent Hub which contains useful guides and tips.
Go Noodle: free dancing, exercise and relaxation videos. The more children do, the more they grow their 'Go Noodle' monster!
Classroom Secrets: offering a range of fun, practical and interactive resources for use at home.
BBC Bitesize: a great website with a range of videos, games and activities to practice English, Maths and more
Oxford Owl: a brilliant resource which gives you access to a range of free eBooks suitable for ages 3 - 11
Spelling Frame: a free resource where you can practice all the spelling patterns for Key Stages One and Two
Teach your Monster to Read: an award-winning series of games that help children learn to read.
The School Run: this site has a great, child-friendly 'homework help' section
PhonicsPlay: interactive games which support the different phases of Letters and Sounds, the Phonics scheme we follow in school. Use the username: march20 and the password: home for free access to all resources without needing to subscribe.
LoveReading4Kids: book recommendations for all ages
Maths Playground: free, interactive games that help children practice a range of Maths skills
Topmarks: a useful website for all those homework queries (and some great learning games too!)
And not forgetting some non screen-based fun: