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If you have any questions specifically relating to this work, we can be contacted using our special ‘class’ email addresses below. 

(Please note, these email addresses should only be used for matters relating to home-learning. We will of course endeavour to reply as soon as possible, but do be aware teachers can only send emails from this account on weekdays between 08:30 – 17:00.

All other issues or queries should be emailed to admin@st-marys-purton.wilts.sch.uk and they will be forwarded to the appropriate member of staff.)

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Bridget Gyamfi(less than a year ago)

Amazing

Mrs Hill(less than a year ago)

WOW Seb, I love your choices. I

Mrs Hill(less than a year ago)

I'm so glad you enjoy them Jacob, there is a lovely selection!

Seb Vernazza(less than a year ago)

I love Harry Potter you choose and the twits

Suzanne Foster(less than a year ago)

Thanks for all the world book day stories today. Jacob is really enjoying listening to them!

Mrs Hill(less than a year ago)

Hi James, we are hoping to be able to be outside a lot. We just are hoping for some nice weather! I'm sure there will be lots of art and craft especially in the first week

James Hodges(less than a year ago)

I am eager to play outside and please can we have an art table?

Mrs Hill(less than a year ago)

Hi Logan, When I click the links they are taking me to the login page for floppy phonics and oxford owl. Would you mind trying again or sending me a screen shot of what you are getting so I can fix it. :)

LOGAN SMITH(less than a year ago)

And the oxford OWL

LOGAN SMITH(less than a year ago)

The floppy phonics link goes to the main Home Learning Hub? Logan

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You can see our curriculum overview by clicking the image above.

You can read more about our curriculum here: www.st-marys-purton.wilts.sch.uk/our-curriculum 

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Welcome

This is our home learning hub.  It means if you have to isolate or stay at home, but are well enough to work, you can find activities which will support learning at home.  Parents are also welcome to have a look at the activities to give an idea about what we are doing in class.  However, please note the work is only for children who are working from home, if your child is in school they will already be doing something similar in the classroom.

 

We are now moving to learning our digraphs and our vowel digraphs.  These will be sent home for homework.  Please note we will be moving to learning two new digraphs a week to allow children to consolidate their previous learning.

 

Reading is really important to us, so the children will be bringing home books which are recommended as some of the best reads for Foundation.  Please don't feel you are limited to having to just share these books.  The more children have books read to them and the more conversations they have about books, the better!  So please keep sharing old favourites or new books at home as well and recording them on go read.

 

Please continue with the "Interactive Learning Diary" account which allows you to upload pictures, observations and even short video clips.  Please upload anything you would like to share with us, especially if they are working from home and doing activities on here. 

Our Big Questions this term are:

Do you have to have super powers to be a hero?

Who is your hero?

How can you be a hero?

Our Worship Values this term are:

Hope  and  Humility

(Please note daily zoom sessions may happen during a lockdown, however, if your child is isolating due to Covid19 we will arrange appropriate contact and support.)  

 

 

Homework Week Beginning 24.1.22

Subject Activity Notes
Maths

 

Being very secure on numbers is really important.  Click the game for the number of the day where you can do lots of activities to find out more about the number.  You can either have play with the number they choose or choose a number you would like to know more about

This week we are looking at composition.  Play the ladybird spots game matching numbers 6-10.  Focus on looking at 5 and how many more,

Click here for the game

 

Click for matching ladybird game 

(please note you don't need to buy the app you can just click the play now button

 

English 

Please complete the relevant pages in your phonic book.

Please practise the spellings which are most appropriate for your child.  Start with set 1 and then move through the sets.  It is important that your child can write them within sentences as well.

Set 1: I to no go into the

Set 2: he she me we be

Set 3: her, my, like, you

 

Challenge spellings: one, two, three, four, five

 

Reading Daily reading/discussion of your phonic book and 50 Best Book

  

 

Monday 24.1.22

Subject Activity Notes

Mathematics

25 mins

Counting

Practise counting with Jack Harman and getting yourself moving at the same time

Composition

Revisit

Play a game of ‘Flashy fingers’ using the fingers on 1 hand. Ask your child to copy the number of fingers you displayed.

Show me the same number in a different way? What’s a quick way to show me this number?

Teach and practise

I’ve got a new rhyme to sing today! It’s a bit like one that you might already know. Here’s a clue... [Show 1 of the Numberblocks alien pictures provided (see notes.]

Can you tell what the rhyme might be?

Sing the first verse of the song ‘5 Little Aliens in a Flying Saucer’.

“5 little aliens [wiggle 5 fingers] in a flying saucer, flew round the world 1 day,

They looked left and right but they didn’t like the sight, so 1 of them flew away. Whoosh!”

Shall we act out the rhyme together using my little aliens? Have I got enough? [Use 5 of the alien pictures cut from the resources in notes]

Hmmm. I don’t have a flying saucer. Let’s pretend this picture is a flying saucer.

Show the children an empty die frame (see resources in notes). Some children may recognise the die pattern.

Do we have enough spaces in the flying saucer for all of the aliens? Do we need to count?

Ask them to place all the aliens in their seats on the flying saucer [i.e. on the blank circles on the die frame].

Sing the first verse of ‘5 Little Aliens’ again, this time choosing a child to fly 1 of the aliens away at the end. Use questioning to generate a discussion about the aliens in the flying saucer, e.g.:

How many aliens are left? How do you know?

Do we need to count? Let's all show the number of aliens on our fingers.

Let’s bring the first alien back. Did it have to be that alien that flew away?

Which other alien might have flown away? How many would have been left then?

Do we always have 4 aliens left in this part of the song? Why is that?

 Click here for the counting song

 

Click here for Numberblock alien pictures

 

Click here for die frame

English

25 mins 

Our word of the day is "cunning".   Use the sheet to learn more about it.  Try to find times to use the word in the correctly during the week.

 

Phonics

We start phonics today with our trigraph "ar".  This makes igh as in knight.

If you want more support with phonics please click the links in the notes section for support on how to pronounce sounds and how to blend sounds to read words.

 

Click the link for Floppy Phonics.  It will take you to Oxford Owl and after you have signed in click the Floppy Phonics option and then click on book 15  AR OR UR  - just work on the ar page spotting the pictures which have a "ar" sound. 

If you would like more support then please click the link for an ar phonic lesson.

 

(Please email your teacher if you need the password)

Click here for our word of the day

 

Click here for phonic lesson 

 

 

 

 

Reading

20 mins or 2 x 10 mins

 

Read your book from school 

or

Click the Floppy Phonics link in the notes section to log on to Oxford Owl. 

(If you do not already have the login detail for Oxford Owl please email your teacher and they will send them to you)

Go to Oxford Owl e library and choose "Leek Hotpot"

- Share the book together focusing decoding - that means sounding out and reading the words.

 

- practise reading tricky words we, you, they, the, I

 

Keeping Active

(20 mins)

Cosmic Yoga

Yoga is a good way to develop core muscles which we need for sitting up straight and working at tables.  Join in with our cosmic yoga about Enzo the Bee and his adventure when he learns how to try his best.

(This ties in with our PSHE this term)

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 Click here for Cosmic Yoga

 

 

Other Learning

(25 mins)

Understanding the World

Can I say what is being celebrated at Nowruz?

Interest me:

Show a large world map or globe and identify where UK and Iran is.  What do you think it is like in Iran?  Do you know someone in or from Iran?

Help me learn:

Click the link to learn about Nowruz.  Watch the clips to find out about different aspects of the celebration

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Questions:

What if it was always Winter?  What would we miss out on?  Would it be a good thing or a bad thing?  Would you like it to always be Winter, always be Spring or be as it is now where you live?

 

Let’s Think:

Think about what it is that you are most looking forward to in Spring.  Draw pictures of your favourite things that happen in spring

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Click here to learn about Nowruz

  

 

Tuesday 25.1.22

Subject Activity Notes

Mathematics

25 mins

Counting

Practise counting with Jack Harman and getting yourself moving at the same time

 

Revisit-

Play a game of ‘Flashy fingers’. Say a number from 1 to 5, and ask the children to quickly show you that amount of fingers on 1 hand.

Now, show me 6 fingers! What’s the quickest way? How do we know it’s 6?

Draw attention to the fact that 6 is made of ‘5 and 1 more’.

5 [hold up 1 hand] and 1 more [hold up 1 finger on the other hand] makes 6 altogether [draw the 2 hands together].

Teach and Practise

Watch the Numberblock episode. Then display 6 aliens and the die frame provided (see resources in notes).

If there were 6 aliens would there be enough room for them all in this flying saucer?

What would we need to do?

Display the double dice frame provided (see resources below) to represent 2 flying saucers. Ask for volunteers to demonstrate different ways of placing the 6 aliens in their seats on the 2 flying saucers [i.e. the double dice frame].

Each time your child demonstrates a new way to show 6, ask:

Is it still 6 aliens altogether?

Once they have found and demonstrated different ways to show 6, ask them to think about the quickest way of showing 6 on their fingers.

Show me 6 ‘flashy’ fingers again. How could we use the flying saucers to show 6 in the same way?

Draw attention to the ‘5 and 1 more’ way to represent the number on the double dice frame.

Is it still 6? Why?

 

 

Click here for the counting song

 

 

Click here for Numberblocks

 

 

Click here for Numberblock alien pictures

 

Click here for die frame

 

 

 

 

English

25 mins 

Ninja Vocabulary

Our word of the day is "fail".  Use the sheet to learn more about it.  Try to find times to use the word in the correctly during the week

 

Phonics

Please recap ar by clicking the link for Floppy Phonics.  It will take you to Oxford Owl and after you have signed in click the Floppy Phonics option and then click on book 15 AR, OR, UK 

(Please email your teacher if you need the password)

 

Super Duck

Listen to the story of Super Duck and then think about the following questions which link to our Explain part of VIPERS

 

Which is your favourite character?  Why?

Would you change anything in the story?  What and Why?

Click here for our word of the day

 

Click here for Super Duck

 

 

 

 

Reading

20 mins or 2 x 10 mins

 

Read your book from school 

or

Click the Floppy Phonics link in the notes section to log on to Oxford Owl. 

(If you do not already have the login detail for Oxford Owl please email your teacher and they will send them to you)

Go to Oxford Owl e library and choose "Leek Hotpot"

- Share the book together focusing decoding - that means sounding out and reading the words.

 - Remember to read tricky words I, no, go, the, me, was, without sounding them out

- Practise re-reading sentences to develop reading them with fluency.

 

 

Keeping Active

(30 mins)

Superheroes Warm up

Click the link and go to Mr Csajko's webpage and choose your favourite heroes and do their warm ups

 

 

Click here for Mr Csajko's Superheroes Warm up.

 

Other Learning

(25 mins)

Expressive Arts and Design

Music- Charanga

. Listen and Respond

Listen to Thula Baba - a South African lullaby ‚óŹ Using a mixture of adult-led and child-initiated activities, find the pulse.

The focus for this Unit is Everyone! Be imaginative when finding the pulse. Can you be an animal? It’s a lullaby so can you rock your baby to sleep?

After listening, ask the children some simple questions and tell them what the song was called. Have they heard that song before? What was the song about? Ask them about their feelings towards the piece of music. Did the music make you feel happy, sad, sleepy, excited, worried, like dancing, like an animal, grumpy etc.This song is a lullaby from South Africa, Thula Baba means hush little baby. What is a lullaby? Where is South Africa?

 Explore and Create

Sing Wind The Bobbin Up see  if you can listen to, then learn to sing Wind The Bobbin Up.  Use actions to help you keep the pulse.

Share and perform

Parts of the Wind the bobbin up

 

Click here for Thula Baba

 

  

 

Wednesday 26.1.22

Subject Activity Notes

Mathematics

25 mins

Counting

Practise counting with Jack Harman and getting yourself moving at the same time

Composition

Revisit

Roll a large die, or use a virtual dice website.

Can you show me [e.g. 3] on your fingers? What’s the quickest way?

Let’s jump/hop/clap [e.g. 3] times – don’t forget the ‘stopping number’!

 

Teach and practise

Leave the Numberblock aliens and double dice frame from yesterday on display, then display page 5 of the presentation to introduce the new activity.

Work through pages 6–8, encouraging the your child to use the ‘5 and a bit’ structure to show 6 and 7 on their fingers.

What if we had 7 aliens? How could we show them on the double dice frames?

Oh no! I don’t have enough aliens! Let’s use, e.g. these counters/pegs/buttons, to represent the aliens instead.

How could we show 7 aliens in the flying saucer using these [counters] on the double dice frames?

Ask them to place 7 counters on the die frames.

Do you agree? Is there another way? How many ways can we find?

Ask them to explain their ideas and/or model their solutions.

Let’s think about our ‘flashy’ way of showing 7 on our fingers. Show me 7 fingers again.

How could we use the ‘flying saucers’ to show 7 in the same way?

Is it still 7? How do you know?

Click here for the counting song

 

Click here for workbook

 

English

25 mins

Our word of the day is "mope".   Use the sheet to learn more about it.  Try to find times to use the word in the correctly during the week.

 

Phonics

We start phonics today with our trigraph "or".  This makes or as in fork.

If you want more support with phonics please click the links in the notes section for support on how to pronounce sounds and how to blend sounds to read words.

 

Click the link for Floppy Phonics.  It will take you to Oxford Owl and after you have signed in click the Floppy Phonics option and then click on book 15 AR OR UR  - just work on the or page spotting the pictures which have a "OR" sound. 

If you would like more support then please click the link for an or phonic lesson.

 

(Please email your teacher if you need the password)

 

Click here for the word of the day

 

Click here for phonics lesson 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

Reading

20 mins or 2 x 10 mins

 

Read your book from school 

or

Click the Floppy Phonics link in the notes section to log on to Oxford Owl. 

(If you do not already have the login detail for Oxford Owl please email your teacher and they will send them to you)

Go to Oxford Owl e library and choose "Leek Hotpot"

- This read should be more fluent without pauses for sounding out or long pauses between words

 - Begin to re-read sentences (especially speech bubbles) using a story teller voice

-Think about how the characters will say their words and how they are feeling.

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Keeping Active

25 mins

PJ Mask Exercise

Join in with the PJ Mask team as we get fit!

 

 

Click here for PJ Masks exercise

 

Other Learning

25 mins

Understanding the World

PSHE

Interest me

Role play two grown ups or toys.  One is doing an activity and the other is only saying very negative comments towards them and the activity

Help me Learn

Ask your child how they felt watching the person/teddy saying negative comments?  Ask the teddy/grown ups to talk about how they were feeling.  The one being negative felt good because they were better than the one doing it whilst the second person is feeling sad.  How could the situation be better?  Discuss it together.  

Questions: How do you feel when people say something unkind to you?  How do you feel when people say something nice to you?

Let’s think

Can we say something ice or encouraging to someone in the room?  What could you say?  What would you like someone to say to you?  Would be people saying encouraging things help you with your goal?  Set a goal for your family.

 

  

 

Thursday 27.1.22

Subject Activity Notes

Mathematics

25 mins

Counting to 20

Can you count to 20?  Can you count and move at the same time?

Join Jack Harman as he counts and moves.

Can you keep in time with the music?  

Counting, ordinality and cardinality

Revisit

Play a game of ‘Flashy fingers’, this time including the numbers 6 and 7. Alternate between showing a number of fingers on your own hand and asking the children to say the number, and saying the number yourself and asking the children to show the correct number of fingers.

Teach and practise

Introduce them to 2 puppets or soft toys who will be helping with the activity.

I’ve brought along a box of blocks today too.

[Teddy] and [Monkey] are trying to build the tallest tower. They can use this many blocks each. [Show 6 counters as 5 and a bit on the double dice frame provided (see resources in notes), but don’t say the number]

How many blocks can they have each? (e.g. “6!”)

That’s right! Show me on your fingers.

Ask them to choose 6 blocks each for the puppets/soft toys to build towers with.

Which 6 blocks will you choose for [Teddy] to build a tall tower with?

Let’s help them to check that they have 6 blocks. [Count together as the blocks are chosen.]

Can you show me on your fingers how many blocks they have? Can you show me using our quick way?

 Repeat the sequence to select [Monkey’s] blocks and then ask the 2 volunteers to help the toys build their towers.

Which tower is the tallest?

Hmmm. [Monkey] would like you to swap 1 of the blocks for a different block from the box.

Ask another child to help [Monkey] put a block back in the box and take out a different block.

How many blocks does [Monkey] have now? How do you know? Can you show me on your fingers?

What if [Monkey] chose 1 MORE block? How many would that be? (e.g. “7!”)

What would that look like on the dice frame? [Add a seventh counter to the double dice frame.] Show me on your fingers.

Click here for the counting song

 

Click here for die frame

English

25 mins

Our word of the day is "hail".  Use the sheet to learn more about it.  Try to find times to use the word in the correctly during the week.

 

Phonics

You can revisit any of our phonics that we have done by going to Floppy Phonics and choosing the book with the graphemes we have already covered. 

(Please email your teacher if you need the password)

Lower and Uppercase Letters

We spend a lot of time focusing on how to form lowercase letters correctly.  However, we also need to know both uppercase (capital) and lowercase letters for when we read and write.  I is particularly tricky as children will often read It as ight.  Click the link in the notes to play the matching game and if you are very good at it.  Try practising writing all the letters both upper and lowercase ones.

 

 

 

Click here for our word of the day

Click here for matching game 

 

 

 

 

Reading

20  mins or  2 x 10 mins

Read your book from school 

or

Click the Floppy Phonics link in the notes section to log on to Oxford Owl. 

(If you do not already have the login detail for Oxford Owl please email your teacher and they will send them to you)

Go to Oxford Owl e library and choose "Leek Hotpot"

  • This read should be fluent and with some expression.
  • Encourage your child to pause at full stops rather than at the end of a line.
  • Look for exclamation marks and use the proper intonation.

 

Keeping Active

(20 mins)

Over, under, around obstacle course

Being able to move in a variety ways is an important basis for sport.  Create your own obstacle course around the house.  Make sure there is something you can go over, under and around.  (Going over could be jumping over)

How fast can you go around the course?  Can you make it trickier?

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Other Learning

30 mins

Understanding the World

Who is your hero?

Listen to Heroes are Everywhere and talk about the questions that are asked on each page.

Afterwards talk to your child about the heroes they have in their lives.  (It really should be someone real and not a superhero - the aim is for children to begin to think about the people in their lives and how they help them.)  This links to our big question.  Once they have talked about it ask them to draw a picture and spend time talking about the people in your life and theirs who you admire and help you.

 

Click here for Heroes are everywhere

Friday 28.1.22

Subject Activity Notes

Mathematics

20 mins

Counting to 20

Can you count to 20?  Can you count and move at the same time?

Join Jack Harman as he counts and moves.

Can you keep in time with the music?  

Composition

Revisit

Play a game of ‘Flashy fingers’, this time including the numbers 6 and 7. Alternate between showing a number of fingers on your own hand and asking the children to say the number, and saying the number yourself and asking the children to show the correct number of fingers.

 

Teach and practise

Click the link in the notes to play fishy fingers.  This allows children to develop their quick recall of compositions of numbers. 

 

Click here for the counting song 

 

Click here for Fishy Fingers

English

25 mins 

 

Our word of the day is "weep".  Use the sheet to learn more about it.  Try to find times to use the word in the correctly during the week.

 

Phonics recap

Recap the eight letters we have covered  so far.  

If you want to go over the sounds with Floppy phonics then click the link for Floppy Phonics.  It will take you to Oxford Owl and after you have signed in click the Floppy Phonics option and then click on book you feel is best for you to go over - work through the pages you feel you need. 

(Please email your teacher if you need the password)

 Practise reading the words on each page

Tricky word

Look at tricky words in the songs and practise saying each as they come along.  Today we are focusing on my.  We are going to be building on the work we did yesterday by using our pictures of our heroes to write using the stem sentence: My hero is... because

Encourage your child to use a capital letter for the beginning of the sentence and for any names.  Also encourage them to finish with a full stop.

Click here for our word of the day

 

 

Click here for Tricky word song 1

(these are the words we have previously learnt if you want to recap them.)

 

 

Click here for Tricky word song 2

 

Reading

20 mins or 2 x 10 mins

 

Snuggle down 

Choose a comfy place and snuggle down and listen to a story from the radio.  Click the link and then choose from the categories for the type of story you like

 

Click here for audio stories

Keeping Active

(20 minutes)

Dance

Finish the week with a dance off.  Try this "Let's be Superheroes" dance.  Do it at least three times and see if you can get better each time.

 

Click here for Let's be Superheroes Dance

 

Other Learning

(20-30 mins)

Expressive Arts and Design/ Speaking and Listening

Helicopter Stories

At school we encourage language development by creating stories.  We ask the children to make up a story and then act it out.

Take it in turns to make up a short story that the adult write down exactly as it is said.  Then act it out.

  

 

Department for Education Phonics Lessons

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw/videos

Daily phonic lessons uploaded at 10am if you are good at blending and 11am if you need more help with blending. 

Please note the Department of Education is using Youtube and so an adult should be with you as you watch it so it doesn't change to a different video.

GoNoodle

www.gonoodle.com/goodenergy 

Get moving and keep fit with these great videos and activities for children of all ages.

Oxford Owl for Home

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/ 

Lots of free resources for Primary age

 

Phonics Play 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

A site packed with interactive phonics games.  Most games are free but they are gi ving free access for the moment.

 

Numbots

https://play.numbots.com/#/intro

For younger children who aren't learning times tables.  This is carefully sequenced programme of practising key mathematical skills.  Children should have login names and passwords.

 

Twinkl

https://www.twinkl.co.uk 

This is more for printouts, and usually at a fee, but they are offering a month of free access to parents in the event of school closures.

 

Audible Kids

https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

Currently free audio books for children. 

Purple Mash

https://www.purplemash.com/ 

Purple Mash is an award-winning website for nursery and primary school children. It enables children to explore and enhance their knowledge in a fun and creative way.

 

NRICH Primary

https://nrich.maths.org/14536

NRICH provides thousands of free online mathematics resources for ages 3 to 18.

 

Cosmic Yoga

https://www.cosimickids.com

Making yoga and mindfulness FUN for kids

 

Classroom Secrets

https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/

Fun, interactive and practical home learning resources that are designed to be used by children. These include interactive games, video tutorials and downloadable home learning packs.

 

 Cbeebies Radio              https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/radio

Listening activities for the younger ones

 

BBC Learning

http://www.bbc.co.uk/learning/coursesearch/

This site is old and no longer updated and yet there's so much still available, from language learning to BBC Bitesize for revision. No TV licence required except for content on BBC iPlayer

 

The Imagination Tree

https://theimaginationtree.com

Creative art and craft activities for the very youngest.

 

Red Ted Art

https://www.redtedart.com

 

Easy arts and crafts for little ones.

 

National Geographic Kids

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/

Activities and quizzes for younger kids.

 

Top Marks

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/

Free online educational games for children.

 

ICT games

https://www.ictgames.com/

Free maths and English games to play online

 

Crash Course Kids

https://m.youtube.com/user/crashcoursekids

 

You tube videos on many subjects for a younger audience

 

Blue Peter Badges

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/joinin/about-blue-peter-badges

If you have a stamp and a nearby post box.

 

The Artful Parent

https://www.facebook.com/artfulparent/

Good, free art activities 

  

Toy Theater

https://toytheater.com/

Educational online games

 

Nature Detectives

https://naturedetectives.woodlandtrust.org.uk/naturedetectives/

A lot of these can be done in a garden, or if you can get to a remote forest location!

 

DK Find Out

https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/?fbclid=IwAR2wJdpSJSeITf4do6aPhff8A3tAktnmpaxqZbkgudD49l71ep8-sjXmrac

 Activities and quizzes

 

Blockly

https://blockly.games

Learn computer programming skills - fun and free.

 

Scratch

https://scratch.mit.edu/explore/projects/games/

Creative computer programming

 

TT Rockstars

https://ttrockstars.com/

Times Tables Rock Stars is a carefull sequenced programme of daily times tables practise.

 

Ted Ed

https://ed.ted.com 

All sorts of engaging educational videos

 

Mystery Science

https://mysteryscience.com

Free science lessons

 

The Kids Should See This

https://thekidshouldseethis.com

Wide range of cool educational videos

 

Crest Awards

https://www.crestawards.org

Science awards you can complete from home.

 

Paw Print Badges

https://www.pawprintbadges.co.uk

Free challenge packs and other downloads. Many activities can be completed indoors. Badges cost but are optional.

 

British Council

https://www.britishcouncil.org/school-resources/find

Resources for English language learning.

 

Tinkercad

https://www.tinkercad.com

All kinds of making.

 

Khan Academy

https://www.khanacademy.org

Especially good for maths and computing for all ages but other subjects at Secondary level. Note this uses the U.S. grade system but it's mostly common material.

 

Crash Course

https://thecrashcourse.com

 

You Tube videos on many subjects

 

 Prodigy Maths

https://www.prodigygame.com

Is in U.S. grades, but good for UK Primary age.

 

Geography Games

https://world-geography-games.com/world.html

Geography gaming!

 

 Big History Project

https://www.bighistoryproject.com/home

 

Aimed at Secondary age. Multi disciplinary activities.

 

iDEA Awards

https://idea.org.uk

 

Digital enterprise award scheme you can complete online.

 

Duolingo

https://www.duolingo.com

 

Learn languages for free. Web or app.

 

Futurelearn

https://www.futurelearn.com

Free to access 100s of courses, only pay to upgrade if you need a certificate in your name (own account from age 14+ but younger learners can use a parent account).

 

Seneca

https://www.senecalearning.com

For those revising at GCSE or A level. Tons of free revision content. Paid access to higher level material.

 

Openlearn

https://www.open.edu/openlearn/

Free taster courses aimed at those considering Open University but everyone can access it. Adult level, but some e.g. nature and environment courses could well be of interest to young people.