The following websites are providing free resources for parents:
Phonics Play is a great range of free interactive phonics games
Oxford Owl are free e-books. English and Maths activities for KS1 & 2.
Love Reading gives expert advice to help you find the best children’s books available.
Pobble 365 is a fantastic writing website that presenting picture and writing prompts for creative writing.
Reading Zone is a comprehensive book review site, which also contains some writing games too.
BBC Bitesize Daily lessons, activies, videos and more
Maths Zone is a comprehensive site with a range of games and activities to consolidate the full range of maths topics. It is suitable for both KS1 and 2 pupils.
Top Marks Series of articles for parents on how to help their child in education
NRICH Maths is a site dedicated to maths games and problem solving activities.
Scratch has creative stories, games and animation activities.
Science Museum is a site with a range games to support science learning.
CrickWeb is suitable for all ages 3-14 years olds.
IMoves is a Website linked to the schools P.E. curriculum with a range of physical activities for the children.
Change4Life are fun ideas to help kids stay healthy.
Chatter Pack A list of free boredom buster activities
Fun Science Top 5 Science Activities to do at home
Muddy Puddle Teacher A new way of outdoor learning
5 A Day 5 Minutes exercise classes
Amazon Audible providing free access to goodrange of audio books
SpeechLink is a parent support site for children with speech and language difficulties.
National Georgraphic Kids are activities and quizzes for younger kids.
Nature Detectives have a lot of activities that can be done in a garden, or if you can get to a remote forest location!
Steve Backshall YouTube Deadly 60 series – new episodes each day
Joe Wicks PE Classes PE/Exercise – every morning.
Jolly Phonics A programme that grows with your children
Orchard Toys Free craft/educational bits to download
Tutortastic Free online learning resources