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Home Learning Suggested Timetable

8:30 – 9:00 Wake up, have breakfast, get dressed

9:00 – 9:30 Reading/Phonics time


9:45 – 10:15 Writing time


10:30 – 11:00 Maths time

11:00 – 12:00 Physical activity

12:00 – 13:00 Eat lunch together. Have some downtime

13:00 – 14:00 Brain building topic learning Something that your child is interested in E.g. The Romans, Lego, The Egyptians etc.

14:00 – 15:30 Get creative.  Later on share a story before bedtime


Twinkl are providing each parent/carer with a free month’s membership to download and use resources for your child to support with school closure. All you need to do is visit the website and sign up using your email address. Use the code UKTWINKLHELPS. This is completely free of charge and gives you more options to educate from home.

Times Tables Rockstars/ Numbots
All children in Year 2 upwards have a times tables rockstars username and password to practise their times tables at home. Children in Years 1-3 can also access Numbots (online or by downloading the app).

Literacy Shed
There are many videos on From the homepage click on the pictures like the ones below:

This will take you to a page with some videos to watch. Beneath the videos are some suggested activities for children to complete.

BBC Bitesize – BBC Bitesize has a range of games and information for all curriculum subjects.

Phonics – Oxford Owl has some phonics and reading activities including ebooks for children of all ages.

Reading Has extracts from books for children from all ages and a range of activity sheets that can be accessed for free. Children can read chapters from books online even if they have run out of books to read at home. Children can access free ebooks from the links on this page: There is a number of authors reading their stories aloud on social media. Links can be found here: – free book banded reading books – astronauts read a book from space – range of books read by different celebrities  

Audible have made loads of their books (especially children’s books) free to listen to.

The Week Junior which is a news and current affairs magazine for kids is offering free online access for the next 4 weeks so this might be worth recommending to bored KS2 children.

100 children’s authors have written poems, short stories etc on the theme of Hope and you can access this for free on the literacy trust website.

Physical Activities
Joe Wicks is running daily exercise and movement sessions while schools are closed. All children can join in with these sessions in the space you have at home.

RWInc are uploading daily phonics lessons for all sounds that are taught from Nursery to Y2. These videos can be watched by the children so that they can learn and apply new sounds, following the scheme that we teach in school. 
Free phonics activities and online games for all stages.


Daily Maths lessons on White Rose Hub website with videos.

Online Maths lessons that can be watched on YouTube for Year groups 1-6.

Art:   Mo Willems invites YOU into his studio every day for his LUNCH DOODLE. Learners worldwide can draw, doodle and explore new ways of writing by visiting Mo’s studio virtually once a day for the next few weeks. Grab some paper and pencils, pens, or crayons and join Mo to explore ways of writing and making together. If you post your art to social media, be sure to hashtag it with #MoLunchDoodles!

Pete McKee is running cartoon workshops on his youtube:!


The Pique lab on Youtube has a wide range of Primary school science videos.

Children’s University

Sheffield Children’s University have created some home learning challenges for which Children’s University Credits can be claimed. See the information here:

Rights Respecting:

UNICEF also have some resources linked to children’s rights:–q15tI

The Youth Advocacy Toolkit would be appropriate for older children and the colouring sheets for younger ones. The World’s Largest Lesson has lots of resources on various topics. 


Youth Sport Trust have compiled a list of Free Home Learning Resources. They include ‘PE Home Learning’, ‘Active Breaks’ and ’60 Second Challenges.

200 Activities you can do with kids at home from Active for Life

NHS Change 4 Life activities. Including 10 min Shake Up Games, Sport Specific activities and a quiz to find the perfect activities for children

Links to other active initiatives/ resources:

FS home learning activities
EYFS School Closure 10 activities


Virtual Spanish classroom

  • Click on the link to access Miss Kachra’s virtual Spanish classroom.
  • When you are in the classroom, if you click on the different pictures, it will take you to stories, songs and videos. You can click on the map, on the computer screen, the books and so on
  • Have fun!
Spanish KS2 home learning – online interactive quizzes (noughts and crosses, crosswords, match up, memory and multiple choice) for each year group. There is a link to a song you can learn and practise for each topic. Watch out for more quizzes on different topics each week.
SEN Resource – Clicker
This is an excellent resource which is particularly good at helping children with additional needs to organise ideas for writing.  We have registered for parents to be able to download this at home during this period.  Use the link
To download the program onto your computer or iPad.  You will then need the following registration key:


Once it is downloaded and opened, the Learning Grids tab gives you access to all of the resources which are available

Astrea App and School Website
Please make sure that you have downloaded and registered with the Astrea App in order to receive further activities. The school website will be updated with further information when it becomes available.