Oak National Academy
Oak National Academy is a national resource built be 40 state schools as well as organisations across the education sector.
It offers lessons for Maths, English, Arts and Languages.
Available for secondary school pupils up to and including year 10 - you can pick a specific lesson or follow their weekly lesson schedule.
BBC Bitesize has ready made lessons for all ages as well as games.
A trusted and easy to navigate resource:
Maths brought to you from Cambridge University!
This site is easy to navigate and comes highly recommended by educators!
Visit the NRICH project website for more information.
Duolingo is a really well laid out site that offers free access to language learning resources, monitors your progress and helps you work towards goals.
Pick your ability level and away you go!!
We love the National Geographic site.
Not only is the content great (and covers a lot more than Geography!) but it is also so quick to filter through what you want.
Search by year, content or subject and quickly get access to word-class teaching material!
An amazing bank of resources and games delivered to you by NASA. Great for home projects and learning everything from rockets to wind tunnels.
Scholastic has created a free learn-from-home site with 20+ days of learning and activities. A really trustworthy source for curriculum based learning.
Conventional school trips may be out of the question at the moment, but luckily you can take a tour of some of the world’s most famous museums and galleries from the comfort of your living room:
PE with Joe
Every Monday - Friday at 9am – 9.30am you can tune in to YouTube channel of one of the nation’s favourite body coaches, Joe Wicks, as he takes a P.E class suitable for all children and young people.
Change 4 Life
Kids need to be active for 60 minutes a day. From fun 10 Minute Shake Up games to information about active hobbies and sports, you’ll find everything you need to get your family moving here.
Maths with Carol Vorderman
Let Carol teach your child in a fun way during this difficult period. Aged 4-12 years.
This is free for everyone due to COVID-19.
Click on the link below. There's fun for everyone!
Lunch (cooking with Jamie Oliver)
Get the kids involved and introduce them to new ingredients, equipment and skills. Packed with recipes for all the family. A combination of safe and easy-to-use equipment will help you and the kids get brilliant results (and have fun!) every time you cook together.
Click the link below. Happy cooking!
Music with Myleene Klass
Let Myleene teach your child how to learn basic rhythms and have fun with their name. Very creative.
Have a browse through the video links. There are lots of fun teachings and something for everyone.
Click the link below
Dance with Darcey Bussel
Dance with Darcey Bussel; Join a member of the Diverse Dance Mix (DDMIX) for Schools team for a 10 minute shake up on Facebook LIVE just after lunch at 1.30pm. Keep your kids energised and active during these difficult times.
Click on link below:
The Mentoring Lab
Free online tutorials (in things like script writing!), mentoring and games.
A fantastic resource to try out:
Fun music apps for learning and to pass the time!:
- Cove – an app that allows you to create music to capture your mood and feelings. Like a mood journal but using music instead of words to express how you feel. Currently being trialled in the NHS.
- Bandimal – fun creative music composer, for iPhone/iPad.
- GarageBand – powerful app for iPhone and iPad that features a range of musical instruments and a recording studio, so you can create your own music.
- Music Maker Jam – similar to GarageBand, but for Android users