Home Learning Ideas
Here are a collection of resources and activities to support you with learning at home.
You can also log in to the Evidence for Learning Parent Portal to access bespoke Home learning set by your child's class teacher. Contact school for access to this.
Free Audio Books - Listen to a story
David Walliams Elevenses! A 20 minutes story every day at 11am.
Oxford Owl - reading activities
Reading Eggs - We have a subscription - let us know if you need a login
Sensory Stories - Sensory Stories for students.
Duolingo - Have a go at another language.
Download Clicker from their website and contact school for a password.
Help Kidz Learn - Free access to apps on the app store.
Times table rock stars - currently free!
Scratch- One for the computer lovers - create your own game using this easy programming activity.
Maths Seeds - We have a subscription - let us know if you need a login
SENICT resources - Something for the computer fans!
PE with Joe Wicks - Join in with Joe and complete a 30 minute exercise routine every day!
PMLD ideas - Keeping those minds and bodies busy.
Parent portal access.
Toy Theatre - Interactive games for PC or Tablet.
Red Ted Art - Art and craft activities - some are MESSY!
Made with Music - Music at home - opens in Facebook.
Blue Peter Badge - Can you earn a Blue Peter Badge? If you do bring it into school to share in assembly.
Shabang! - Students love when Shabang visit in school, watch them here!
Soundabout - website: music for PMLD and SLD; live interactive music session every Tuesday and Saturday at 2pm.
Music Makers - Music Therapy from Nordoff Robbins
Twinkl - Free resources for parents.
Setting this up is really easy to do - go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS
Twinkl TV - Watch and learn with Twinkl.
National Geographic - Fun games to help us learn more about the world.
Behaviour and social
Mindfulness Monsters - Mindfulness activities for children.
Sensory Projects - Sensory Ideas for at home.
Sensory Activities TES - Try out these sensory activities.
Sensory at home - Get messy at home or in the garden!
Richard Hirstwood’s channel on YouTube: expert on multi sensory approaches: