In this difficult time we understand that many parents are having to conduct home learning sessions.
Below is a list of resources and links that can help you with your endeavour to teach your child at home. If you have any questions please email us and we will reply as soon as we can.
BBC Bitesize – Learning opportunities across the whole curriculum for KS1 and KS2.
Early Years Home Learning Collection – from TTS. A collection including recipes, songs and things to make.
Speed Sound Lessons from RWInc – Speed Sounds Set 1 (Reception) – 9.30 am (GMT), Speed Sounds Set 2 (Year 1) – 10.00 am, Speed Sounds Set 3 (Year 1 and 2) – 10.30 am
I See Maths – video maths lessons for years 1 -6. A new Maths lesson will be shown every day. Highly recommended.
White Rose Maths – online video lessons which support our school maths work – new lessons will be published each week.
NCETM – video Maths lessons for primary age children. 15-20 minute lessons with follow up tasks. New lessons will be added each week.
Sentence Stacking – Daily Writing lesson broadcast at 9:45am daily. Available to watch on demand.
Ten Minute Challenge – Try a ten minute challenge with a top author.
Phonics Play – Free to parents now. Username: march20 Password: home
Read Write Inc – Free online phonics books and parent support videos that support our learning in school
Audible – Free stories to listen to for children of all ages.
Story Time from Space – astronauts reading stories from space
Speed Sound lessons from RWInc – Speed Sounds Set 1 (Reception) – 9.30 am (GMT), Speed Sounds Set 2 (Year 1) – 10.00 am, Speed Sounds Set 3 (Year 1 and 2) – 10.30 am
Collins Big Cat – Free access to Collins Big Cat ebooks for parents. Click on the ‘Family Account’ and sign up for free while schools are closed.
ChatterBooks – Resource with reading and writing activities
Pobble 365 – Years 1 -6. A new image is published each day for creative writing. Story starters, questions and drawing ideas are provided.
The Maths Factor – Maths lessons and activities linked to the National Curriculum – ages 4 – 12. Free to access.
PE with Joe – Daily half hour PE/fitness session with Joe Wicks. Live at 9am every day. Available to watch on demand.
Cosmic Kids Yoga – Youtube channel with lots of yoga activities. Good for the body, the mind and is often accompanied with a lovely story.
60 Minute Pick ‘N’ Mix – 60 minute Pic’n’Mix – choose a from different activities to complete an hour of exercise
Active Alphabet – choose a letter of the alphabet and do the corresponding activties
Sportopoly – a PE based board game to play from LPESSN
Young Hackney – Young Hackney are delivering an online programme of exciting interactive sessions for young people in the borough aged between 6 to 19 years-old and up to 25 for young people with additional needs. The online hub includes a variety of virtual activities from sports and games to arts and crafts and cooking. Young people also have the opportunity to access confidential advice and support, as well as 1-2-1 drop in sessions.
Brain Pop – Learning opportunities across the whole curriculum for EYFS, KS1 and KS2 – sign up now for a free family account.
Twinkl – Learning opportunities across the whole curriculum for EYFS, KS1 and KS2
BBC Bitesize – Learning opportunities across the whole curriculum for KS1 and KS2
Classroom Secrets – Learning opportunities across the whole curriculum for EYFS, KS1 and KS2
Researchify – Search engine for children to look up child friendly information
British Museum – virtually visit the British Museum using Google Street View
Time Magazine for Kids – offering a free subscription while schools are closed
Blurtitout – Links to multiple learning platforms
Seneca Learning – Various subjects including History and Geography for years 3 -6
Hackney Music Service – Resource for all ages.
Ten:Ten Resources are providing weekly home assembly videos for the children to listen to.
Due to the current situation we are putting in a temporary change of procedure for those individuals that wish to have access to our E Library but are unable to come into the Library to get a library card.
Here is the link to the online self registration page: https://hackney.gov.uk/libraries#join
When joining online you will be issued with a unique confirmation number ( this is the number you need to use when asked for the barcode number so keep it safe!) and be asked to set up a four digit PIN. Individuals can then access the following online resources:
Borrow box (Bolinda)
ULlibrary (Ulverscroft library)
For RBdigital, ULibrary and Pressreader you have to supply your email address as well when you register with them for the first time.
The above resources offer a mixture of ebooks, audiobooks, magazines, newspapers and some graphic novels. The ebooks and audiobooks cover fiction and non fiction and cater for children and adults.