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Resources to support learning at home

Below is some support for parents and pupils whilst they are unable to attend school through our website, apps and email. We also compile some useful links both here and on the Class pages elsewhere on the website.

Please send us ideas of what you are doing to support your children that others might find helpful. 

Please feel free to share!

Links to resources below:

Learning at home packs



Sir Linkalot Time!

Spelling + Fun = Sir Linkalot Time . đź“ť Get the App â–¸ and please subscribe to our channel đź””

It's free and could be a really fun way to learn spellings!

The Future of Spelling, a mini-documentary

This is what spelling used to be like ... and what it can become using Sir Linkalot's app and word links programme. Featuring Sir Linkalot himself...

This clip shows the successes behind it and how the app can help!

Super Sentence Stacking - La Luna - Session 1

Welcome to Jane Considine's Super Sentence Stacking session. Today we will be using the short film La Luna in our Super Sentence Stacking. Watch it here http...


PE and Sports

Across the Curriculum

The Lego 30 Day Challenge

School Closure Toolkit

Well Being Ideas

Guided Meditation for Children | Your Secret Treehouse | Relaxation for Kids

Download our App for free: Apple iOS: Google Play (Android):

Toddler Yoga: Moon Salutation

A peaceful moon salutation to help you and your little ones relax while developing strength, balance and flexibility. Moon salutation is usually performed at...

I Built a Friend

Alec Benjamin - I Built a Friend (MUSIC VIDEO)

Follow Alec Benjamin

5 Minute Move | Kids Workout 1 | The Body Coach TV

Great for all ages but aimed primarily at Key Stage 1 40 seconds work | 20 seconds rest Marching On The Spot Star Jumps Low Sprint Shuffle Squats Climb The Rope

Southampton Sight


Southampton Sight have sent a link (below) to help keep children active at home!
They have put a set of 5 Senses Challenges on their website. These are suitable for children across the Primary age range, and easily resourced by families at home.
They have been planned by a qualified teacher.