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Learning from Home

Keeping Happy and Safe when on online

Please look at the attached sheet below for advice and websites to help you keep your child safe when online.

LCC home learning support


The following link has been produced by Lancashire County Council.  It is full of  practical ideas to support your child when learning from home from traditional activities to online work.  


Home Learning Packs

The answers to the questions in the Home Learning Packs can be found by following the link below.  Simply click on the year group, download the file and look at the parent guidance.

David Walliams- Elevenses

Every day at 11am, you can listen one of David Walliams’ World’s Worst Children stories, so sit down, take a break, and enjoy 20ish minutes of pure fun!

Outdoor fun and science experiments

With the weather getting warmer, why not try some of these fun outdoor activities?

Keep checking back as we add more ideas and fun activities for warmer weather. 

Year 6-parent support for SATs

Please find below a number of revision guides to work through with your child.

Please find below a suggested timetable of what your child should be doing each day. The children who were in school on the last week will have also written the dates in their books to keep an idea of what to complete when. Good luck!

BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize offers a wealth of resources for learners of all ages - click the link and explore.  Do not forget to ask your child what topics they have been studying recently.

Maths, maths and more maths

The team at the White Rose Hub ( a group well known by teachers for their excellent maths resources) have prepared a series of five brand new maths lessons for each year group from Years 1-6. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully.

Click the link below

Fun Activities

Follow this link to our 'Fun Activities' page where there is a range of online games and activities for your child to play.


Children are always full of questions about the world around them, especially when times are uncertain and challenging.  Newsround is a great way of keeping young children up to date with the latest stories and events happening at home and abroad

Purple Mash

Purple Mash is our online learning platform.  It is is a creative online space; Purple Mash hosts an exciting mash-up of curriculum focused activities, creative tools, programs and games to support and inspire creative learning.  Follow the link below.


Let's get moving!

Change4Life have produced a Disney themed set of fun '10 minute shake-ups' designed to get children up and active.  Follow the link below and 'get moving'!

Go on a yoga and mindfulness adventure with your children. Get active, have fun and explore a range of stories through movement. 
GoNoodle engages 14 million children every month with movement and mindfulness videos created by child development experts. Get up an active from your front room and have some fun. 


A site packed with interactive phonics games, phonics planning, assessment ideas and many teaching ideas and resources to help children with their phonics. 

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World Book have over 3000 wonderful ebooks and audiobooks to which they are giving free access during the school closures. Why not explore some of the wonderful books they have on offer?

Read Write Inc

Read Write Inc are publishing daily videos of phonics lessons. Each day they will publish a set 1 video, set 2 video and set 3 video. 

Each video follows the same teaching steps as the children use in school so the learning will be familiar to them. The videos will be available for 24 hours each day. Please take a look and encourage your children to participate in their daily phonics lessons. 

River Ribbles Trust


The River Ribbles Trust are creating educational resources on the following topics:

  • An introduction to rivers
  • Plastic/micoplastic pollution
  • Water cycle
  • Life cycles of river wildlife
  • Importance of planting trees near rivers (maybe with some details on tree species)
  • Food chains


They are creating at least one resource covering a particular topic published at the beginning of the week, as well as a Wildlife Wednesday and a Friday Quiz.


Visit their link below:

English as an Additional Language


The English as an additional language team have produced some resources that you may find useful.

·       Translated statements and letters to explain school closure

·       Home learning resources for EAL children and young people


There is also a home learning pack for pupils with very little English.


There are on their website at: