VE Day Resources

We aim to provide parents with plenty of work to keep their children learning during the school closures. Work for pupils will be updated each Monday morning on this page. Please encourage children to complete a daily, manageable amount of the work: we have uploaded a very ambitious package and do not expect every child to complete every activity. We do not want to add any additional pressures and stress to family life; the most important thing is that families remain happy and healthy during this difficult time.

Our Reception children spend a greater amount of time at school learning through play within The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Curriculum. We have uploaded two documents (see below) to assist the parents of Reception children. Although we will upload weekly activities, feel free to direct your Reception child’s learning through their interests and work towards the Early Learning Goals.

EYFS – Activities to Try at Home
EYFS – Early Learning Goals Parent and Carers Guide

There is no expectation to print out any of the sheets that we have uploaded. Each one can be downloaded and then accessed from a PC or laptop screen – please think about the environment before printing anything out.

There are many other websites that children could be using whilst at home (see document and suggestions below). Please do not overwhelm yourself and know that, if you are engaging in the learning set out on the school website, then you are on the right track.

Additional Websites

We also think that it is extremely important to make the most of family time at the minute which is why Key Stage 2 created a “100 things to do at home” sheet that children can work through (see document below).

100 Amazing Things for you to do at Home

We are still committed to the well-being, health and education of your child(ren). If you have any questions during the week, please feel free to email your child’s class teacher during normal school hours. Teachers’ email addresses are as follows:

You can find out more information in the full ‘Letter to Parents’ below.

Letter for Parents

Please click the icons below to access the home learning for your child:


EYFS, Year 1 and Year 2


Year 3 and Year 4


Year 5 and Year 6



As a school / Trust we subscribe to the following learning tools.  Your child should already have a user name or password for these.  If you need a reminder, please contact your child’s teacher during normal school hours.


Bug Club includes our reading programme, and some maths games.  Your child’s teacher will monitor progress in reading via the teacher’s login and is able to ensure you have a plentiful supply of reading.  
Times tables remain as important as ever!  This site is available to pupils from Years 1 to Years 6.  Please ask your child’s teacher if you cannot remember your login.  
Numbots is available to all pupils from EYFS and upwards.  Please ask your child’s teacher if you cannot remember your login.  This is new to EYFS and Year 1 pupils (so don’t worry – you haven’t forgotten your login).  
Teach active has a range of homework activities you can access.  

The following pages have content kindly opened up to parents for free during this difficult time.  Our thanks to the owners of these pages for your help!

There are a number of links on the right hand side for parents, including information on how to talk to your children about Coronavirus and how to stay mentally fit and healthy.
This is a lovely explanation of Coronavirus, aimed at KS1 pupils.
There are lots of ideas for PE activities in this guide, kindly provided by Saints SW.
Maths games for 1 or two players here – click the logo (left) to see.
   Another explanation of Coronavirus and social distancing for children
   Schemes of work here to dip into.