Online Resources and Downloads
Below you will find a number of links to access online websites and downloadable documents to support learning at home.
TTRockstars - Children will have their username and password to access this site in their planners. Please contact your class teacher via Dojo if you do not know your password.
Numbots - This site provides activities around basic number skills for children in KS1. Children will have their username and password in their planners. If you do not know your password, please contact your class teacher via Dojo.
Sumdog - This website provides fun, interactive maths games for all age groups. Visit the Covid-19 page to set up a free account.
Phonics Play - This provides phonics games for children in EYFS and KS1. The username is: march20 and the password is: home.
Twinkl - Twinkl provides a range of activities covering all curriculum areas. These include downloadable worksheets and activity booklets, interactive games and much more. Enter the code ' CVDTWINKLHELPS' to create a completely free account.
Read Theory - This site provides free access to thousands of books to read online, organised by genre and age group. Parents can create a free account.
Oxford Owls Reading Books - Children can read and listen to stories online matched to their current book band level. It is free to create an account.
Classroom Secrets - This site provides downloadable home learning packs and online interactive resources which are completely free to download. These cover all aspects of the National Curriculum.
The Reading Realm - This site provides downloadable learning packs to support reading and creative writing.
Maths Shed and Spelling Shed - This site provides fun maths and spelling games for children linked to the National Curriculum. Parents can create a free acount by following this link. If you start a 14 Day Trial, this will be extended till the end of the school closure period.
White Rose Maths - This site have created a huge amount of videos, powerpoints and interactive activities for each year group. It is completely free to access.
BBC Bitesize - This website provides a range of activities covering the EYFS, KS1 and KS2 Curriculum.
Education Quizzes - This website provides a range of quizzes, organised by year group, for a variety of curriculum areas.
Maths Playground - This website has a number of maths games to help you practise different areas in a fun, interactive way.
IXL Learning - This website provides a range of maths and grammar quizzes that you can complete at home. Each question is marked as you go along so you know how you are doing. If you struggle on a particular area, you can visit one of the other sites mentioned to practise or learn more.
Activity Village - Activity Village provides thousands of colouring pages, crafts, puzzles, worksheets and more, for parents and teachers.
CBeebies Storytime - This site provides a mix of audio and video clips of stories being read and online books to read with your children.
Maths Frame - Fun maths games to complete online.
Pobble365 - This site provides pictures and ideas to stimulate creative writing. It is suitable for all age groups.
French Games - This site provides fun, interactive games to help children learn French at home.
DuoLingo - This online site (and app from the App Store) can be used to learn over 50 different languages. Choose one and start learning.
Scratch - This site allows children to develop their coding talents to create games, websites and videos.
Free RWI books - Free books that will match your child's RWI level. Ask your child's teacher which book level your he/she is on.
Phonics guide for parents - RWI guide for parents. Use the tabs to find useful resources.
Oxford Owl - Lots of age related activities for your child.
Home Learning Ideas - An article providing a range of ideas for things to do at home while we're closed.
Reading Resources - Cornerstones has some free reading resources which are lovely:
Humankind - This is lovely for challenges for pupils.
Everyone loves a story!
This link takes you to a range of activities for VE day: https://ve-vjday75.gov.uk/get-involved/
Thank a teacher day May 20th
Here is the link that you may want to share with families via your website. There’s lots of good ideas here as to how it could be used: https://thankateacher.co.uk/thank-a-teacher-day/