Listed below are a number of links to learning resources which may be useful at home.
Resources for all subjects across Foundation to Key Stage 2, including engaging short videos, weekly news bulletins, interactive games and fact files.
An educational resource with fun characters and colourful settings where children love to play fun educational games and activities (please see your child's contact book for login and password).
BBC School Radio has audio resources / podcasts suitable for primary school children. They included many classic stories as well as a few updated versions. You will need to create an account with them.
Year 5 have been learning about codes and codebreaking. On this site there is information about different types of codes and related games
A safe search engine for children.
Various games to improve your typing speed.
A programming puzzle game which is fun and introduces the principles of programming. Easy way for kids to learn concepts such as loops and if-then statements without typing or coding.
Run and jump into coding! SpriteBox is a unique puzzle-platformer; a mix of exploration and learning to code. By giving Sprite programs of instructions to follow, you can advance through unique worlds and help free Sprite's bottled-up friends.
A music sequencer with a twist as it is visual as well as aural.
Program your own interactive stories, game and animations in Scratch.
Scratch Jnr is available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Educational games for children aged 2 to 11.
A visual, drag-and-drop programming language. It is an extended reimplementation of Scratch.
Learn how to stay safe online the fun way with Hacker and Dodge, the Dixi crew, Bobby Lockwood, the Horrible Histories gang and more!
Hours of code for all ages, using familiar characters.