Remote Learning - Website Resources

Listen to books, there's a massive selection of books to listen to and Amazon are offering them for free to children.
Get electronic versions of books including the Biff & Chip reading books.
Free resources using this login; Username: parents@harpercollins.co.uk Password: Parents20!

Let NASA bring the universe into your home.
Lots of geography quizzes and games - Year 2 children need to know the 7 continents and the 5 oceans but this site has much more than this so use it to enhance your knowledge of the world!
Streamed at 9.30am, every Wednesday. Bring the wild into your living room with naturalist and TV presenter Steve Backshall! He'll be answering all of your burning questions about animals, conservation and the environment with his live Q&A broadcast across YouTube
Every day for a science lesson with a twist, all from the comfort of your own home! Let's Go Live features quirky garden activities, craft ideas and plenty of fun facts to keep little brains busy.
The virtual zoo! Re-watch the video on their website (via youtube).
Watch pandas, rock hopper penguins, koalas and tigers. 
This site has barn and zoo animals including tigers, giraffes and penguins.
This zoo has elephants, giraffes, zebras, rhinos and penguins to view!
LOADS of webcams including jellyfish, sea otters, turtles and SHARKS!

Loads of activity ideas, information about famous artists, online games and quizzes and more

The theatre company I work with, Red Earth Theatre, have created an amazing programme for Deaf and hearing families, and are holding a variety of live and recorded interactive workshops free of charge via zoom and youtube, covering a range of activities such as songwriting, theatre design, playmaking and mindfulness, with some of the top practitioners in the theatre business, and all between 15&20 mins long and will be suitable for everyone to get involved with! We will be using their next show 'The Red Tree' as a basis for the sessions, which is an amazing and beautiful picture book by Shaun Tan!!  

An education website who are offering their resources for free during this time. There a variety of resources on here to support all subjects. Just use the code - UKTWINKLHELPS
MASSIVE resource for learning about Museums, art, space, inventors etc etc.

Weekly tasks from Rural Derbyshire SSP Activity Challenges
Let Carol teach your child Maths during this difficult period.  Age 4-12 years.  Matched to the National Curriculum.
Addition & Subtraction:
Multiplication & Division:

Every Thursday at 11am, previous Assembly videos are also available to view.

The History Guy Dan Snow is offering free access to his website History Hit for 30 days, which you can use to help stick to your history curriculum. You'll find documentaries on all things historical.

Youtube Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation designed specially for kids aged 3+, used in schools and homes all over the world.
Active learning opportunities. A great learning resource to keep working on spellings, times table and other curriculum areas.
Lots of further links and ideas to stay active whilst you’re at home.

More online coding activities.  These are fairly simple to begin with and develop basic coding skills progressively.  Give it a go!

Streaming on Youtube every Thursday evening at 7pm :)
Releasing new episodes every day of his Keep Cooking and Carry On series on Channel 4, focusing on how to make the most of what you've already got in the kitchen. Plus, Jamie's 9-year-old son Buddy, has an entire playlist on YouTube dedicated to kid-friendly cooking that you can join in with.
Streamed at 4pm, Monday and Wednesday.  Join Masterchef semi-finalist and TV chef Theo in a live family-friendly cook-along as you create something delicious from your cupboards. He usually posts the ingredients you'll need on his website beforehand, so you can check you have it all ready.
On Wednesday 6th May at 10am we are proud to launch our new Safe+Sound programme. This will be a weekly programme with partners providing workshops for children who are currently educating at home. It will run for 12 weeks with new content, and different partners getting involved every week.
Each week will have live chat, several workshops and a quiz – all aimed at helping children keep themselves, their families and their carers Safe+Sound in these extraordinary times.