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Welcome to the Story Share area. Here we will try to share stories online with you to read together during the school closure period.


Click on the story you would like to hear, please make yourself comfortable and listen to these classic stories. We have added a question to each page for you and your child to discuss together. (pause the video at anypoint to discuss)


The questions are colour coded according to the content domains that we use at school. Sit back, relax and enjoy the stories.

Online Safety

Various topics to discuss with children and keep children safe online.


Internet Matters advice for parents (0-5) Click here to open link


Internet Matters advice for parents (6-10) Click here to open link


Home activity packs - ThinkUKnow

This page has been created to support parents during COVID-19 and the closure of schools. Each fortnight, we will be releasing new home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities you can do with your child to support their online safety at a time when they will spending more time online at home. Follow this link.

National Learning Resources and links

Please feel free to explore this collection of resources to stimulate and entertain your children between term times or at weekends.


BBC Bitesize


Classroom Secrets


Twinkl Learning resources. - use code UKTWINKLHELPS


White Rose Maths


The Maths Factor


Primary – Web Based Resources






In response to the ongoing situation, we have decided to make PhonicsPlay free to use during this period.

Children can use the site at home without their parents needing to subscribe. To access our resources all you need to do is log on using the following details.

Username: march20

Password: home

We wish you good health and all the very best at this stressful time.

Elevenses with The World of David Walliams

Now, every day at 11am, David Walliams, author of The Boy in The Dress and Gangsta Granny, will be sharing an audio story from one of his best-selling World's Worst Children short story collections.


Whether your children are already firm fans of the author or not, this is a sure way to add some fun and laughter to their mornings. The daily treat is nostalgically named 'Elevenses', and children and grown-ups can tune in for a tale elaborately told by the TV presenter, actor and comedian. And, yes, he does all the voices.


Follow this link to the world of David Walliams

P.E. with Joe

P.E. with Joe 1

Year R Bingo Board

The Great Indoors - from the Scouts

While we normally love the great outdoors, we’ve pulled together some inspired indoor activity ideas (if we do say so ourselves). Keep your kids learning new skills and having fun (and avoid hearing ‘I’m bored’ every 30 seconds) all in #TheGreatIndoors. Click here for the link to an indoor adventure


The Week Junior Activity Hub

Try your hand at some fun experiments and exciting activities to do at home.


Activities you could do with your child:

  • Share a story/write a book review/write a character description e.g. for a Top Trumps Card
  • Read some opening chapters from the Love Reading 4 Kids website
  • Write a story, poem, play
  • Make puppets and put on a play
  • Play a board game, dig out old favourites and hold championship tournaments! You could even design a new one for a target audience!
  • Paint a picture and label it/write about it / create a poem
  • Blackout poems – depasquale/blackout-poetry/
  • Look, say, cover, write, check spellings
  • Create a poster about washing hands/hygiene about Coronavirus
  • Make an Easter Egg Hunt with clues in your garden
  • Make Mother’s Day cards, poems
  • Research 'project'/poster on a topic that's been covered in school recently, e.g. the Egyptians, a famous author, an inspirational person etc. This could be in the form of a poster, leaflet, booklet or a PowerPoint presentation etc.
  • Have a good declutter/sort-out of your toys! Which toys or books do you no longer use? Write a review of your favourite with a target audience!
  • Bake! Bake your favourite recipe and write up the recipe so as to create a class book of favourite recipes when you return to school.
  • Junk modelling – why not upcycle some waste materials in order to make something new?


Useful websites are:

Third Space Learning Maths Hub.

Third space Learning - Fluent in Five


Year 1 - worksheets

Year 2 - worksheets

Year 3 - worksheets

Year 4 - worksheets

Year 5 - worksheets

Year 6 - worksheets


Parent resources:

  • Year 1 - week 1 - week 2 - week 3 - week 4 - week 5 - week 6
  • Year 2 - week 1 - week 2 - week 3 - week 4 - week 5 - week 6
  • Year 3 - week 1 - week 2 - week 3 - week 4 - week 5 - week 6
  • Year 4 - week 1 - week 2 - week 3 - week 4 - week 5 - week 6
  • Year 5 - week 1 - week 2 - week 3 - week 4 - week 5 - week 6
  • Year 5 Daily Arithmetic Practice - week 1 - 
  • Year 6 - week 1 - week 2 - week 3 - week 4 - week 5 - week 6
  • Year 6 Daily Arithmetic Practice - week 1 - 
Reading Rockets
YR Home Learning Support
KS1 - Year 1 & Year 2
KS2 - Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 & Year 6