Home Learning Zone

We provide home learning opportunities that are enjoyable, manageable, interesting and extend and enrich the learning, which takes place in school.

 

Every child is asked to read for at least 10 minutes a day either via Reading Cloud, BugClub or with a book that they enjoy. It is also expected that parents write comments in their child’s reading record when a child is heard reading. Book bags must be brought to school every day.

Visit our home learning zone where children can access a range of programmes and software to support their learning. 

 Art & Design:

TATE KIDS

Kidsites.com

Art for Kids Hub

Arts and Culture                                                                                             

Autodraw                                                                                                       

Quickdraw                                                                                                 

MetMuseum 

Cartoon Museum                                                                                               

Artsology 

Computing:

Scratch

Scratch Jnr

National Online Safety

Safer Internet

Tynker

Design & Technology:

Bitesize                                                                                                                     

Bitesize KS1   

Project Mouse                                                                                                           

BP Education                                                                                                           

BBC Good Food

EYFS:

Bring the Noise

CBeebies

ActivityVillage.co.uk

Phonics Bloom

Nursery Rhymes and Songs - A to Z - BBC Teach

Top Marks

Alphablocks

Early Reading & Phonics:

PhonicsPlay.co.uk

English:

National Literacy Trust

Our curriculum and school environment promotes ‘reading widely and often’. We know that reading widely and engaging in a full range of genres allows children to develop into confident, fluent readers who are able to  access texts with a deeper understanding. In Key Stage 2 we offer children the chance to participate in ‘The Reading Challenge’. They are challenged to read 20 books in a year across a variety of given genres. They then complete a book review and share their reflections with their teacher. Children are awarded Bronze, Silver and Gold certificates with a pin badge to mark their Gold achievement.

Links to support the challenge:

School reading list

Scholastic

Literacy genres

Geography:

Planets for kids 

National Geographic

Easy Geography

Ducksters

BBC Bitesize

History:

History for kids 

BBC History for kids

National Geographic

Horrible Histories

Primary homework help

Maths:

Cool Maths

Times table Rockstars

Amazon Maths for all

Emile

Oxford Owl

Year 4 pupils are required to take a Statutory Multiplication check towards the end of the academic year. The below link is an online test that is in the same format as the statutory test. Children can therefore use this as a practise tool regardless of their age or year group.   Multiplication times tables 

Modern Foreign Languages

Dash & Blink French game 

Music:

Classics for kids

Bring the Noise

Bitesize KS1

Bitesize KS2

Music from around the world

Incredibox

PE:

Disney dance-along

The Body Coach - Joe Wicks

Youth Sport Trust

PSHE & Citizenship:

Cambs Learn Together

Growth Mindset

Red Cross

Weekly meditation

Mindfulness 

BBC KS1

BBC KS2

RE:

tbc

Science

Bitesize

Primary school science

Science Museum

Compare4Kids

Wow Science

National Geographic

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Larkswood will re-open to all children from Monday 8th March 2021. The morning gate opens at 8:30am to 8:50am and pick up is from 3:15pm to 3:30pm.