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Home Learning Resources

We are sure you are concerned about the amount of time that your child has had away from school. Please try not to worry. If they continue to practise key skills in reading, writing and maths, they will soon catch up. 

Should you wish to continue your child’s education at home here are some web sites that you may find useful:


For general maths games:




pdf Maths Activities (539 KB)


Children also have logins to:



pdf TT Rock Stars Parent Information (795 KB)







   pdf Spelling Support Pack 2018 (726 KB)

pdf Spelling activities (635 KB)

 Pobble weekly writing lessons  (Click on each link to access lessons)

pdf Non screen activities from Pobble (948 KB)

pdf More non screen activities – from Pobble (3.72 MB)

pdf Even more non screen activities from Pobble (3.26 MB)

Renaissance Reading    https://ukhosted50.renlearn.co.uk/2237327/default.aspx 

pdf T M 1576 Help Your Child With Reading Poster For Parents (1.51 MB)

pdf Yr 3 bookmark (872 KB)


 Children also have a login to:




 Foundation Subjects




 https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=3695351617205414&id=201801253227152  (Joe Wicks Body Coach P.E. sessions)







pdf Time Capsule Project Pupil diary (1) (18.82 MB)



If your child does not know their logins please email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Other suggestions that we have heard about (which are both fun and educational) are the following:


  • Cook / bake
  • Tell the time
  • Arts and crafts (ideas on Pinterest)
  • Junk modelling (with recyclables)
  • Gardening – weed, water plants, etc
  • Planting seeds
  • Read a map
  • DIY
  • Prepare, budget and make food for a picnic
  • Painting skills – including mixing colours
  • Bike maintenance
  • Clean the car
  • Sewing / knitting
  • Basic first aid
  • Tie shoe laces
  • Simple science experiment – The internet has lots of great ideas!
  • Scavenger Hunt
  • Bird watching
  • Keep a journal
  • Making a memory box