Community Primary School (2-11 years)

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St Mark's
Primary School

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Home Based learning resources


Click here for letter about LGfl Online Resources and Online Google Classroom.  Teachers will be uploading work onto their online classroom on a weekly basis.


Twinkl is offering all parents the option of creating an account for free which will allow access to 1000s of resources, including ‘School closure home learning packs’ which are specially tailored to each child’s year group. The free account stays open for an entire month,


Classroom Secrets:

This website is offering Free home learning packs to children in EYFS as well as Years1-6. The topics cover Maths, Reading and Grammar.



Children in years 1-6 have each been given login in details for Mathletics, which can be found in the back of your child’s diary. New work is assigned regularly on this platform and covers all the topics in the Maths National Curriculum.


Accelerated Reader:

Children in Years 3-6 will still be able to complete Accelerated Reader quizzes. Your child may be able to complete a quiz on books that they already have at home, as well as books they have borrowed from the School library.


Times Tables Rockstars:

Times Tables rockstars is an engaging and fun website designed to support children’s learning of Times tables, which is particularly important for Year 4 children, who will be sitting their Multiplication Check test in June. It is expected that by the end of Year 4, all children should know their times tables up to 12x12.



Espresso has many free resources available which cover Maths and English.


Maths Playground:

This free website offers a large number of engaging games that support Maths learning from Years 1-6.


Teach Your Monster to Read:

This website requires the parent to make a free account and is most suitable for children in Early Years and Year 1, as well as children who need support with their phonics.




The BBC has a list of websites which can help support your child’s learning at home.



National Geographic:

It is important for children to read a range of texts. Apart from reading books at home, these websites provide fun articles and non-fiction texts more suitable for KS2 children.



The STEM website offers a range of fun and practical investigations and experiments that are linked with Science topics across the year groups.


Super movers:

This is a website created by the BBC that is full of fun videos that encourage children to move their bodies and let some energy out! Some videos are just for fun, while others have lyrics that are linked with a range of Maths and Grammar topics. They are suitable for children in EYFS up to Year 6.


Literacy Shed:

This free website provides a range of videos that can be used to encourage children to write. It is more suitable for KS2 children.


NASA Kids:

This is an American website that provides information about Space, which might be of particular interest to Year 5 children who learned about Space last term!


Spelling City:

This website offers a range of free spelling games.


Teacher’s Pet:

This website offers free Home Learning packs for KS1 and KS2