In the Event of School Closure

Please find attached a suggested timetable for parents/carers to use or edit as they see fit – Daily Timetable – Editable
This is a list of website links to enhance learning. More specific guidance for each year group will be posted here each Friday if school is closed. If you are currently self-isolating this is the page to find the information you may need for your child/ren.
These links have all been checked by a member of staff. Some need subscription via email so we would advise parents to guide their children when first accessing the content. 
Class teachers may update this page each week with additional work so we advise you to check this page regularly. 

FREE online education resources for KS1 and KS2 children

Virtual Let’s Learn Moor 2020

Countryside Classroom website

Introduction film to virtual Let’s Learn Moor

Oak National Academy

The Government have launched the Oak National Academy which is an online classroom and resource hub to support schools during the lock-down.

BBC Bitesize

The BBC has launched BBC Bitesize. Bitesize is the BBC’s free online study support resource for school-age pupils in the United Kingdom. It is designed to aid pupils in both schoolwork and, for older pupils, exams.Please feel free to use these in addition to the work our teachers are providing.


#OnlineSafetyAtHome pack from ThinkUknow is now available with new activities for parents and carers to use at home. Access them here:





Here’s what various celebrities are offering daily for FREE whilst schools are closed:

9:00 – PE with Joe Wicks

10:00 – Maths with Carol Vorderman

11:00 – English with David Walliams

12:00 – Cooking with Jamie Oliver…/category/get-kids-cooking/

1:00 – Music with Myleene Klass

2:00 – History with Dan Snow (FREE for 30 days)

Non-daily – Science with Professor Brian Cox, Robin Ince & Guests

BBC Learning

Although this site is old and no longer updated there’s so much still available, for all subjects. It is especially good for science clips, quizzes and games.  No TV licence required except for content on BBC iPlayer.

Khan Academy

Especially good for maths and computing for all ages. Note this uses the U.S. grade system but it’s mostly common material. If you join up as a ‘learner’ then all that is needed is a parent email contact and a child’s username and password. There are tuition videos for maths followed by short exercises and activities. Lots of click, drag and entering numerals- so younger children will need support with early readers and less confident or able learners may need support.

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Crash Course

Short videos on many subjects including; literature, science, computing, ecology and world history. Be aware that this is an American site and has a US history section. Some grammar and spellings will be American English.

Crash Course Kids

As above for a younger audience. Videos on; space travel, gravity and food chains.

Ted Ed

All sorts of engaging educational videos linked with science, literature and humanities.


Learn computer programming skills – fun and free. Programming games linked to science (birds catching a worm) and music (composing songs using notation).

National Geographic Kids

Activities and quizzes for younger kids. Exciting themes such as rainforest facts and making your own paper straws.


Learn languages for free. Web or app.

Mystery Science

Free science lessons. Just need to sign up with email. Lots of fun science mysteries to solve.

The Kids Should See This

Wide range of cool educational videos that are child friendly. See what it’s like under a sheet of Antarctic ice, listen to a marble conveyor belt machine making music and watch as Van Goch’s Starry Night is painted onto dark water.

Crest Awards

Science awards you can complete from home. Cost of £1 per child for the entire course of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) challenges. These look really good and the activity idea/instruction sheets can be downloaded and printed off.


All kinds of making. Designing and then making using Lego or cardboard.

Paw Print Badges

Free challenge packs and other downloads.

Many activities can be completed indoors. Additional challenges are provided and encouraged for older and more able children. These look great!   Badges cost but are optional.


This is more for printouts, and usually at a fee, but they are offering a month of free access to parents in the event of school closures.

Search for home education, daily learning.

British Council

Resources for English language learning -designed for older children

The Artful Parent

Good, free art activities 

Geography Games

Geography facts such as rivers, capital cities and flags of the world. More suitable for older children.

Blue Peter Badges

Applying for one of the 8 different Blue Peter badges e.g. the green one, by writing letters or raising awareness of the world climate crisis. Ideal if you have a stamp and a nearby post box.

DK Find Out

Activities and quizzes linked to everything from dinosaurs to computers

FREE online education resources for Early Years and KS1 children

Oxford Owl for Home

Lots of free resources for Primary age; counting games, Roald Dahl themes, baking linked to book themes, telling the time, number bonds and times tables.

Cbeebies Radio

Listening activities for younger learners; poems, stories and woodland sounds.

Nature Detectives

A lot of these can be done in a garden, or if you can get to a remote forest location! Aged 3-5 and then 6+ activities

Red Ted Art

Easy arts and crafts for younger learners

The Imagination Tree

Sensory, creative art and craft activities for the very youngest learners

Toy Theater

Educational online games such as bingo, mazes, alphabetical order and shapes. Ideal for Reception and KS1