Online Learning Resources

 Whilst the times of lockdowns and school closures are thankfully past, lots of resources were made available online to support and enhance children's learning.  Many of these are still available a provide a great bank of resources for parents wishing to support their children more at home.

Specifically for younger ones (0-5 years), has ideas of useful activities to do at home.

The government have released guidance on how to encourage reading at home.  This guidance can be found on this link

Health and Wellbeing Advice

A lot of children are going to spend a lot of time online at the moment.  That is a great way to play, stay in touch and learn BUT it also can be dangerous.  Please remember everything you have been taught about e-safety.  Lots of information can be found at

Hartlepool Council has produced some guidance to help support the emotional wellbeing of children during the current times.  Links to these documents are here and for children with SEND  here.  The school nursing service is also still available to support families virtually.


Scratch - to practice ICT skills, scratch can either be downloaded for free or used online

For Minecraft players, Microsoft has made all of their Education packs free to download and keep: 

BBC Bitsize will soon be adding daily lessons to all of its other content.

Drawing - some fun simple drawings to copy from

Drawing different cartoons at different levels (Harptoons) -


TTRockstars - all children have accounts for this already.  Great for practice.

Prodigy Maths offers lots of games to practice maths, free children and parents accounts.

Mathsframe - lots of different maths games to play and practice with, lots of maths topics covered

 ICT games - lots of KS1 games

Lots of tables grids (up to 12 x 12) that we use in school to help practice with -  Grids.pdf

English  from the same people who make Mathsframe - lots of practice games all related to the spelling rules, grouped by year

ICT games - lots of mainly KS1 games

Oxford Owl - ALL Oxford reading books to read.  For free.  Every stage.  WOW! Just create a free account with an email address to start reading.

Dan Freedman has made available one of Jamie Jones books available for free.  A great book about an aspiring young footballer.  Follow the link to read it:

Character Education

With age appropriate activities at KS1, KS2 and KS3, the resources from The Archbishop of York Trust take children and young people on a journey to explore the character strengths of Courage, Thankfulness, Compassion, Friendship and Hope. Through inspiring stories and practical activities they are encouraged to discover these character strengths in themselves and in others.

The first of these sessions on the theme of Courage is available now and the others will be released over the coming weeks.

These resources and more can be downloaded for free from

History  covers lots of topics


Movement & Mindfulness videos

This Girls Can – Disney Workouts-

National Campaign – Eat Them To Defeat Them

Get Set Olympics Travel to Tokyo-

BBC Super Movers