Resources for Parents

Code Studio's Code Break

A live weekly webcast where their team will teach children at home while school is closed, and a weekly challenge to engage students of all abilities, even those without computers.

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Scholastic Learn at Home

Scholastic Learn at Home provides 20 days’ worth of active learning journeys designed to reinforce and sustain educational opportunities for those students who are unable to attend school. Select your child’s grade level to get started with  cross-curricular journeys. Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video.

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Learning Packs

Classroom Secrets are allowing free use of their site and resources while schools are closed. Click on ‘KIDS’ to sign up for free and access the website, or click on ‘home learning packs’ to download the resources for your child’s year group.

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10 minute activities and ideas on how to stay active and healthy from the NHS Change4Life

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Cloud Stop Motion

Create stop-motion animations quickly, easily and for free!

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Wizarding World

Harry Potter At Home hub is here! A lovingly curated space designed to help you and your family discover the magic of Harry Potter at home…

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Twinkl Homeschool

Use the link and the access code below to use Twinkl Parents, giving you access to resources and packs for parents to use during school closures. Start by clicking on ‘Advice for Parents’ and go from there.


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Seesaw Home Learning Guide (Parent Guide)

The resources are to support parents whose children are using Seesaw to learn from home during school closures.

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Litfilmfest are offering free writing projects including book reviews, writing challenges, mediations etc. Parents/carers can need to create a (free) account to download the resources.

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Cosmic Yoga (Mindfulness)

The short videos are focussed around mindfulness and yoga which follows a story. These promote healthy screen time, exercise and relaxation – all at the same time.

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YouTube Learning

Keep your young learners focused with YouTube.com/Learning, a destination designed to inspire and instruct that brings you the highest quality educational content on YouTube.

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Mojang and Microsoft have made educational material for Minecraft free till 30th June.

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Phonics Play

PhonicsPlay is free to access during the school closure period. Just use the code below to start using the resources. Click on ‘log in’ at the top of the page to get started.

Login: march20 

Password: home

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Astro at Home

Discover the Universe are offering free online astronomy mini-courses for children aged 8-12. 

You can join every weekday at 6 p.m. (GMT) for 30 minutes of educational fun. To join in, watch on their YouTube channel and ask questions in the comments. Various subjects will be covered.

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Early Learn

Early Learn are offering premium access to their objective focused educational games. Most suitable for ages 3-5.

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Chester Zoo

Some great learning resources from Chester Zoo. Select ‘At Home’ in the activity type filter and then select activities that you want to use. The suggested age range is at the bottom of each activity, so you can choose appropriately.

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With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community.

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Merge Cube

Students can print and build their own paper Merge Cube, then download Merge EDU apps for hands-on augmented reality experiences that kids and parents will love.

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