Lots of educational websites are allowing parents free access to their resources at the moment. Please have a look at some of the following:
Robin Hood MAT resources - Lots of ideas linked to the National Curriculum and split into age appropriate bands. https://www.robinhoodmat.co.uk/learning-projects/
Supermoovers- 20 minute active learning a day. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers
Gonoodle- Lots of exercise, dance and mindfulness activities/videos. https://family.gonoodle.com/
Number fun- There are videos, songs, games and activities that cover the breadth of the primary mathematics curriculum https://parent.numberfunportal.com/
Numbots (KS2 with TTRS) – your child can access this interactive game to support addition, subtraction and number bonds using their Times Tables Rockstars login.https://play.numbots.com/?#/account/school-login-type
Topmarks – lots of interactive, educational activities and games across the curriculum. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/
Oxford Owl – a useful website which includes a range of free online eBooks, videos and activities to support your child whilst they are learning from home. You just need to set up a FREE account at the link below. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/
Pobble 365 – A picture a day to inspire writing. http://www.pobble365.com/
Classroom Secrets Kids – a brand new website full of activities and resources for children to use independently. https://kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk/
Science Sparks - exciting science experiments for you to do at home (planned by Mr Sainsbury's Primary Science Trust Team)
BBC Bitesize – a website full of activities, videos, games and resources across the curriculum.
Tom Palmer Free Reads (KS2 Football/Rugby Themed) – online eBooks and samples of books for children to access.
White Rose Maths – a scheme that we use in school anyway, they have created a series of 5 brand new lessons for each year group including a video to explain how to help your child complete the activity.
Here are some links to sites where you can practise all the wonderful French you’ve learnt at school! Have fun playing the games and improving your recall of vocabulary. A few minutes a day and you’ll be confident French speakers in no time at all.