Home Learning

We have sent logins home with your child for resources we use at school such as Purple Mash, Spelling Shed, Times Table Rock Stars and Bug Club. 

Kindness activities can be found here

Spanish Home Learning Links

Mental Health and Wellbeing Challenges Primary Healthy Schools Health and Wellbeing Challenges


Class Dojo

In order for your child’s class teacher to communicate with you, it is vital that you sign up to Class Dojo. This will enable them to set homework and keep you up to date with what is being taught in class if your child has to stay at home.  In order for your child to access their Class Dojo portfolio (where work will be set for them), they will need to login using their own details. This will enable them to see the work that is set for them each week such as homework and spellings. You will receive a notification with your child’s details on, explaining how to log on. If you are not yet connected as a parent, please contact the school who will send your details to your child’s class teacher.

If you require a hard copy, these will be available from the school office. Please adhere to social distancing guidelines.


English and Maths support



There is a list of fantastic websites for English Home Learning, including Oak Academy and BBC Bitesize which include teaching videos. The class teacher may also be setting activities for your child via Purple Mash and Spelling Shed. Books will also be set on Bug Club. 

English Home Learning

If you need help supporting your child with any grammar tasks, please see the KS2_Grammar_Glossary



As a school, we have now subscribed to the White Rose Premium Resources for Maths. This will enable you to continue accessing the worksheets (matching the online videos) free of charge. Please download the worksheet for your child’s year group and then go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ to watch the free video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully. 

More maths resources are available via the link below. 

Maths resources 2020 for children



Letters and Sounds daily phonics lessons

EYFS Home Learning 

Maths Reception Parent Guidance

Online Classroom – Oak National Academy

Twinkl Parents Group – Live sessions

White Rose Maths

Teach your monster to read

Bug Club


Stretch and Grow


Cosmic Yoga

Andy’s Wild Workouts

Phase 2 Phonic Sounds Pronunciation

Phase 3 Phonic Sounds Pronunciation

Phase 4 Blends and Clusters Pronunciation

Phase 5 Phonic Sounds Pronunciation



In school, we spend up to 30 minutes a day teaching phonics to children from Nursery to Year 2. We would recommend a live lesson a day for your child to continue with their learning. Your child’s class teacher will be in touch with information on which phase your child is at and the live phonics lessons most beneficial for your child. If you are not able to watch the live lessons, there are phonics packs available to download below or to collect from school. In the packs you will have the sounds and tricky words for the phase and booklets/activities. When completing the packs, go over the sounds first, then look at tricky words. Can they read and write them? Focus on no more than 3 tricky words a week. Then spend up to 15 minutes on the booklets or activities.


Phase 2








Phase 2 Booklet



Phase 3








Phase 3 Booklet A

Phase 3 Booklet B



Phase 5





Year 1 Common Exception Word Activity Mat Pack 8 Looped Precursive

Year 1 Common Exception Word Activity Mat Pack 9 Looped Precursive

Common Exception Words 4

Common Exception Words 5

Phase 5 Tricky Words

Y2 Common Exception Words – Copy


Phase 6


The Mystery of the Missing Treasure Pirates Answers

The Mystery of the Missing Treasure Pirates Game






Phase 6 Healthy Eating Mosaic

Phase 6

Y2 Common Exception Words


Cornonavirus – How to help your child

Tips 1 for Teens

Tips for Parents of Teens

Tips for Babies 

ICON – Tips for Babies

Coronavirus book for children

Helpful guide to lockdown


Mental Health

Mental Health Advice for Parents and Carers

Signs of Stress and Anxiety




Coronavirus Covid-19 information and support (Children’s Society)

The Children’s Society has a range of support materials for young people, parents and schools in their mental and emotional health resource ‘vault’ including:

·         Anxiety

·         Depression and Mood

·         Loneliness

·         Obsessive compulsive disorder

·         Phobias

·         Self care

·         Emotional resilience

·         Mental Resilience

The resources can be found here: https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/coronavirus-information-and-support

Drawing on themes including hope, gratitude and connectedness, these assembly and class activity ideas are intended as a universal resource for all children. Download the Primary Resources: https://www.place2be.org.uk/media/yesltwzt/primaryschoolresources.pdf


You can find the toolkit here to know how to support pupils’ mental health as they adjust to a new school environment post-lockdown.

: https://www.coramlifeeducation.org.uk/back-to-school-with-scarf









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