If you are unable to be at school, for example if school is closed, then we hope that you will be able to carry on some learning from home.
The first place to look is on your year page - this page will be regularly updated with activities that you can carry out from home.
However, below are a wide range of other sites that you will be able to use to explore activities that you can carry out from home. Enjoy exploring them and let us know how you get on!
MATHS AND ENGLISH LINKS
White Rose - Home learning
Is in U.S. grades, but good for UK Primary age.
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.
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.
Resources for English language learning
Oxford Owl for Home
Lots of free resources for Primary age
This site is old and no longer updated and yet there's so much still available, from language learning to BBC Bitesize for revision.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.
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).
Learn computer programming skills - fun and free.
Creative computer programming
All sorts of engaging educational videos
National Geographic Kids
Activities and quizzes for younger kids.
Learn languages for free. Web or app.
Free science lessons
The Kids Should See This
Wide range of cool educational videos
Crash Course Kids
As above for a younger audience
Science awards you can complete from home.
Digital enterprise award scheme you can complete online.
Paw Print Badges
Free challenge packs and other downloads. Many activities can be completed indoors. Badges cost but are optional.
All kinds of making.
Listening activities for the younger ones.
A lot of these can be done in a garden, or if you can get to a remote forest location!
Blue Peter Badges
If you have a stamp and a nearby post box.
The Artful Parent
Good, free art activities
Red Ted Art
Easy arts and crafts for little ones
The Imagination Tree
Creative art and craft activities for the very youngest.
Educational online games
DK Find Out
Activities and quizzes
Keeping Active at Home!!
Over the coming weeks, it will be increasingly important to keep our children physically active in order to maintain their physical health and mental wellbeing.
It is usually recommended that children and young people (aged 5-18) engage in moderate to vigorous activity for an average of 60 minutes per day to aid their muscular fitness, bone strength and movement skills. For younger children (aged 1-5), 180 minutes of physical movement is recommended in order to attain key developmental outcomes. In normal circumstances, children would achieve a large proportion of this through school-based play, physical education, active travel, The Daily Mile initiative, extra-curricular activities and sports.
Please see website links below for some different ways of keeping your children active.
There are lots of weekly physical challenges taking place, we will share them on here and Twitter. We would love to see and hear what you have been doing, keep us updated on Dojo! Are you doing Joe Wicks at 9am everyday?
Joe Wicks has a selection of YouTube workout videos for the whole family. Here is just one...
Here, parents will find a huge amount of resources that cover subjects ranging from PE and PSHE to maths and English. There are also ideas around whole class competitions that siblings could have a go at within the family.
Change 4 Life have teamed up with Disney to inspire young people to keep active indoors. Parents and children can follow the simple steps to perform a range of physical skills along with their Disney heroes from Lion King, Toy Story, Incredibles and more. The website also includes sports quizzes and recipe ideas for healthy eating.
A range of skills and challenges presented in a child friendly format. They will encourage creativity as parents and children try to recreate the challenges in their own home.
Fun curriculum linked resources to get children moving while they learn
GoNoodle: Good Energy at Home is a free online resource for parents, caregivers, teachers, and kids. It offers free movement, yoga, and mindfulness videos, downloadable curricular activities, and off-screen home activities.
Making yoga and mindfulness FUN
Parson Street Primary School,
Bedminster Road, Bedminster,
Bristol, BS3 5NR