Maths, English and Reading
Used in school and at home, Emile has a series of games to support many aspects of maths and English learning. You child will have been given a log-in from school.
How many of the Year 5 and 6 common exception words can you spell? Download the list and have a go. Use the links above to practice your spellings.
The Maths Factor
The Maths Factor is usually a subscribe site but is currently free. Written by Carol Vorderman and matching the National Curriculum. There is a handy times tables section also.
The Oak National Academy
The Oak National Academy is government backed and offers online lessons for children from Reception to Year 10. A copy of the current week's learning can be found at the top right corner of the homepage
BBC Bitesize Daily
Access to regular daily lessons in English and Maths, as well as other core subjects, in an expanded version of the website found here and also on special programmes broadcast on BBC iPlayer and BBC Red Button.
Lancashire Professional Development Service lessons
LPDS TV has been devised for teachers, parents and children, to provide fun and simple games and activities for engaging children in learning outside of school.
Lancashire Professional Development Service (LPDS) are a team of experienced and nationally recognised Teaching and Learning Consultants, supporting the primary curriculum.
Take part in a writing masterclass at Authorfy.
Nrich provides lots of 'hands-on' maths activities and investigations and has a dedicated 'Maths At Home' section of the website.
Natwest Money Sense
Natwest have launched an online resources to teach children about all aspects of money: saving it, making it and how it works! There are some fun games to play too.
Topmarks provides interactive online education games.
School Closure Resource Packs make it as stress-free as possible for parents to teach their children from home. All of the worksheets, activities and games have simple instructions and are easy to download and use at home. Aligned to the curriculum, the resources are made by teachers and trusted by parents. Twinkl
Oxford Reading Tree
Free resources to support learning at home can be found here.