home Learning Resources
Keep safe while you're learning!
Visit the Book Ideas Hub from the World Book Day Team. There are masses of ideas for home learning linked to books/authors. Lots of nice craft activities, also author and illustrator workshops, audio books etc...
Looking for something fun as a family? Enjoy storytime with free online books and videos, play games, win prizes, test your knowledge in their book-themed quizzes, or even learn how to draw some of your favourite characters.
Daily audio stories, read by David Walliams himself.
The Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues have compiled some fun activities to play and make with your children to help them reflect on some of the virtues included in the A Framework for Character Education in Schools. Each month there will be a focus on one or two different virtues, with activity resources being added to reflect these.
The Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues have developed resources to support parents and carers to promote character development. They have created a calendar with 30 days of character- building activities linked to the virtues. All of these activities have been designed for children to complete at home, adhering to social distancing guidelines.
CAFOD have developed a range of home learning resources for primary school children.
You can also register for their Virtual Children's Liturgy, with sessions every Sunday for the next 12 weeks.
Fun online singing lessons from the Diocese of Leeds Schools Singing Programme.
have prepared a series of Maths lessons for each year group, with links to video clips and resources - they are absolutely fantastic!
Online Phonics lessons , following the scheme we use in school.
A site packed with interactive phonics games and resources. Free to use during the lockdown period.
Three new lessons every weekday for Years 1 - 6 and above!
Guidance, activities and creative ideas for families during COVID-19 from Child Friendly Leeds.
Take a look at these free creative learning packs specially developed by teacher and education expert Debra Kidd. The packs are aimed at children from Reception to Year 6. They’re designed to support and encourage you and your children to enjoy reading together and to explore the world through stories, talk and activities.
Meanwood Valley Urban Farm has some resources to help children learn about food and farming. Well worth a look!
Find out where your food comes from, what different farms grow, and who works on them. There are activities to do too.
The Canal and River Trust are sharing activities that encourage children to watch, read, play and create as they learn about our canals and rivers from home - bringing the magic of our waterways to you!
Are you fed up with staying at home? Why not visit an Art Gallery, Museum, or even the Vatican? There are lots of virtual tours!
ABRSM’s Classical 100 is a fantastic collection of 100 carefully selected pieces of music and activities for you to share with your families over the coming weeks.