Online Resources

Below is a list of online resources that can be utilised to aid with children's home learning. Please click on each link to be directed to the different websites.
Join The Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service on Wednesday 6th May @ 10:00am for Safe+ Sound broadcast:
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Additional Resources Added 20.4.2020
BBC Bitesize - Primary
Oak National Academy
Holiday Activities
English / Reading / Phonics
In school we use Accelerated Reader which involves children completing quizzes when they finish reading a book to test their comprehension. If your child has access to Accelerated Reader books at home, they can visit the below link to complete the quizzes.
Read, Write, Inc Phonics will be releasing daily lessons and films to help your child continue with their Phonics lessons. These can be accessed via the links below.
Please sign up to Oxford Owl, for free phonics resources such as ebooks and practice sheets. Ask your child which book colour they are on and enjoy sharing stories matched to their phonics level.
Another website which focuses on phonics and reading with a little bit of Maths can be found below This is suitable for Reception/Year 1/Year 2 children.
 A website to access free books can be found below:
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone free on Audible:
Joe Wicks will be starting every day at 9am with his fitness PE lessons that all children can participate in for a healthy and active start to their day. These videos can be accessed by the following link:
Please see further links below that will take you to other videos that your children can use to remain active:

 JU:MP needs you!!

Can you support JU:MP@home by sending in:

- a video of a child doing an activity that they've made up/they can demonstrate
- it mustn't be of one that's already been done (see
- the video should be around 45 seconds long
- instructions on how to play the activity from the video should be clear in the video - either the adult or child saying them as they go along
- no specialist equipment should be used
- it must be filmed inside
- you need to introduce yourselves at the beginning - 'Hello my name is xx I would love it if you could join me in a game of xxx'
- you need to close with 'thanks for watching!'
Below are a number of links to give you an idea of things that your child can be doing to engage them in some fun Science learning.
The below links are from the Science Museum:
In School we use Charanga - a great resource for exploring new music and learning to sing. With an exciting new platform called 'Yumu', you are now able to do this from home! Log in as a student using one of the login details below. Each year group have been 'assigned' a unit/song, once you click on it, you will be given a break-down of how to use it. Once you get going, you'll find it very easy to use and may even want to join in with your children as they learn their new song. Enjoy!
Log in as a student
EYFS: Username: EYFSstudent   Password: EYFSstudent 
Year 1: Username: Year1student    Password: Year1student
Year 2: Username: Year2student    Password: Year2student
Year 3: Username: Year3student    Password: Year3student
Year 4: Username: Year4student    Password: Year4student
Year 5: Username: Year5student    Password: Year5student
Year 6: Username: Year6student    Password: Year6student
Below is another link where you can access further online music resources.
Please see details for a number of free daily resources that you can use to aid your child's home learning:

PE with Joe Wicks on Youtube every weekday at 9am.

Wildlife with Steve Backshall on Facebook everyday at 9.30am for answering all your wildlife, biology, conservation, geography and exploration questions.

Science with Maddie Moate on Youtube every week day at 11am.

Dance with Oti Mabuse on Facebook everyday at 11.30am.

Maths with Carol Voderman on her website

Music with Myleene Klass on Youtube twice a week - the next one being on Friday at 10am.

Storytime with David Walliams everyday at 11am on his website,
Early Years
Below is a link to some Early Years resources from the Specialist TeachingTeam:
New To English / English as an Additional Language