Home Learning

If your child is required to self-isolate due to Covid-19 please find below a range of activities and resources that you can access and do at home. Please see the homework grid and activities for your child's class - there is lots on there to keep you busy and some tasks can be done more than once. You can also practise spellings and phonics as well as reading.

There are some links below to websites that offer free activities as well as some apps you can download.

Online Lessons and Activities

Oak National Academy

BBC Bitesize


Twinkl is offering every teacher in England access to all Twinkl resources with a One Month Ultimate Membership, totally free of charge. They are also extending this to every parent and carer in our school so pupils can still have access to high-quality learning during any periods of disruption.

Setting this up is really easy to do - go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS

There are lots of useful games and printables on this website.

Times Tables Rock Stars

Children should know their login for this - they can practise their times tables in a fun way!

Purple Mash

Children have a login for this and can use this app/website to develop computing skills as well as a wide range of cross-curricular activities.

David Walliams Free Audio Books

Listen to a new book each day with David Walliams free audio books.

World of David Walliams

World Book Online

World Book Online have just made their huge collection of over 3,000 e-books and audiobooks available for free for children to access at home. They have books suitable for all ages. Click here to access them.

Words for life

Words for Life have a range of online activities, here are a few ideas taken from their website...

Where's Wally“Where's Wally is one of our favourite ever books and this activity pack contains loads of great stuff – word searches, colouring sheets, crosswords and the chance to make your very own scene to hide Wally in.”

Where’s Wally Activity Pack 

DFC Comic Library (For 7 - 11 Year Olds) - "Comics are a great way to encourage reluctant readers to enjoy books.  The DFC Library is a collection of comic books written and illustrated by some of the top comic creators.  All six creators have made six brand new activities for your children to do – they will learn how to draw characters, design their own robot, build a bus and create world.”

DFC Comic Library

Write Your Own Play - "Choose your setting, your scenario and your characters and away you go! Write your own play with Innovations Learning"

Write your own play - Innovations Learning 

Clangers Magazine (for 3 - 5 year olds) - "Let's take a look out into space - there it is! A new magazine is out and it's home to some very special inhabitants. It's an intergalactic learning journey where the reader helps the Clangers to solve their latest problem and it's sure to capture the imaginations of those children who wonder, "What is out there...?" Clangers Magazine is a place for children to discover, wonder, play and explore. It's jam-packed with things to read, make and do to help little ones develop their early language and communication skills.”

Clangers Magazine

Tiny Happy People

Tiny Happy People is an online resource to help you develop your child's communication skills. https://www.bbc.co.uk/tiny-happy-people

100 things to do before you are 6

100 things to do before you are 6 – Free to download poster. https://www.spreadthehappiness.co.uk/product/100-things-youre-six/

50 Fantastic Ideas to Try at Home

50 Fantastic Ideas to Try at Home is a bank of activities for early years children. https://abcdoes.com/home-learning/

Additional Apps and Websites for mixed Key Stages

Websites and Apps for Key Stage 2

Staying Active

Go noodle and youtube offer some fun routines that can be done in the house - the children can impress you with their dance moves! I’m sure they will be able to tell you their favourite routines but here are some ideas to get you started (available on youtube).

  • Banana Banana Meatball
  • Can't Stop the Feeling
  • 34 Minutes of Kidzbop Dances

Social and Emotional Health and Well-Being

ELSA Support - Free resources to support teaching staff and parents to help children cope with the current coronavirus outbreak.

Elsa Coronavirus Support

Stories with Marie

PewTube is the Stockport Parish YouTube Channel where you can find news, stories, services and praise. They will be putting on a new pre-school/EYFS suitable story every Sunday for the children of St. Thomas' from Marie.


Helpful Hints and Activities for Coping with Self-Isolation as a Family