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Home Learning Opportunities 

Screen-free learning resources 

Pobble have created a list ‘simple and fun non-screen activities that children can do at home’. For more information visit: 


TTS have produced free printable ‘My Activity Book’ resources, to support home learning in the event of school closures. For more information visit, 
Online resources to support home learning 
Maths Shed and Spelling

Shed Maths Shed and Spelling Shed offer a free 14 day trial and have offered to extend any new free trials for the duration of mandatory school closures. With this option schools can create unlimited pupil accounts which give children access to games and ‘premium features’. For more information visit 
White Rose Maths

White Rose Maths are preparing a suite of online resources, including video tutorials and ‘premium content’ for schools to use. More information about these resources will be made available on from Monday 16th March. 
Khan Academy and Khan Academy Kids

Khan Academy provides resources for schools, teachers, parents and children. These can be accessed free of charge, with resources available in 40 languages. If you are unfamiliar with Khan Academy or Khan Academy Kids they are hosting free webinars next week, to show teachers and parents how to use their resources. For more information, visit their blog here: 

Pobble are offering a 30 day free trial for teachers. The resources include daily age-specific writing activities ‘accessible to pupils with a single click’. See @HeyPobble on Twitter or 
Emile Education 
 Emile is an online learning platform with resources for Maths, SPaG and phonics. The website is likely to be well-known by schools who have signed up for the free Multiplication Tables Check simulator and by schools and parents who have the fraction games app. But now Emile are offering full access to their entire suite of activities for any school affected by the coronavirus. For more information visit, 
The Reading Realm

On 12th March, The Reading Realm (@reading_realm on Twitter) posted, “We will be producing some free resources and home learning packs over the next few weeks for anyone affected by the Coronavirus. Here is the first one:

Maths NRICH have created a feature in the ‘Primary Students’ section of their website which sorts activities by mathematical topic. Activities are labelled with suggested age suitability and stars indicate the level of complexity. 
The Wild Maths website also has many free to access and use activities designed for children to use independently at home. 
Global Digital Library

A free website with stories from around the world for children to access and read at home for free. The website also contains games linked to some of the stories. 

Twinkl have offered a free trial for a month, for schools and parents to use in the event of school closures. Twinkl have said they are: ‘taking steps to support continued learning at home, by offering the teachers and parents of children in schools which are closed, or facing closure, free access to all Twinkl resources for a period of one month in the first instance. Each school will receive guidance with full details of how to access this offer of help as closures are announced, and how to share this with parents.' Go to to find out more and to get started. 
Discovery Education

Discovery Education is a US-based online learning platform designed to support children with STEM topics. To support schools around the world faced with enforced closures, Discovery Education are offering free access to their online resources here: 

Online Free children’s literacy resource featuring storytellers reading stories aloud and each video includes an activity guide.  
More Online Resources Here is a useful padlet, collating resources from various websites (including some of the above): 
Companies around the world are offering free online resources, some on a trial basis in the event of mandatory school closures. You can find a regularly updated database of what is on offer at: WTgUONfMCJiLfPoIrG9fnAOxL1ZUJWI&sle=true 
Further Free Online Resources