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The BBC are now releasing daily maths, literacy and topic lessons for children of all ages. Go to and choose your year group to see what is being taught today!


The government have also released a national web-based home school called 'Oak National Academy'. Like the BBC, they are releasing maths, literacy and topic lessons daily for each year group. To see what they're offering go to and choose your year group.


Twinkl have made their subscription free for one month. Go to and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS for a collection of interactive resources. 


Classroom secrets have also made interactive learning packs for your child. Go to and download the correct year group.


If your child is interested in football, there are loads of fun games, activities and learning opportunities for maths, literacy, PSHE and PE on the Premier League Primary Stars website. Have a look here:


There are lots of free eBooks available online for your children to download. You can register for free on the following websites: and


The World of David Walliams is releasing an audio story from The World’s Worst Children every day for the next 30 days!

Keep the kids busy with these daily audio treats, perfect for tea-and-biscuit breaks ☕

Head to each day for the latest story!


Audible are now streaming free stories for kids and teenagers while children are off school.
Go to and there are loads of stories arranged by appropriate age group that you can stream for free. 


Your child's teacher will have sent you a log in for 'Bug Club' where they have made available to your child a range of free ebooks that are suitable for their reading ability:

Maths your child's login details are stuck in the front of their maths home learning books.


Children also currently have access to using their TT RockStar login details.


NRICH is a great website for open ended problem solving and logical thinking. They have a home learning page with activities suited to ages from 3-18: