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Learning platforms


All children should have their own log-in to use on the following learning platforms at home. The links will take you directly to our homepage. We encourage children to play these regularly in order to maintain fluency and recall of key number facts.




Times Table Rockstars:


Purple Mash:  


Charanga/ Yumu:  - Free downloads available, lots of worksheets and resources to support topics we are covering in school. - Plan Bee - free enrolment for home learning across a range of topics that we have been learning about.

Suggested websites for English: Covers everything from letters and sounds to reading full sentences – complements synthetic phonics programmes. 14-day free trial available or an app is available (loads of great resources to help parents for all ages, not just little ones). - Read Theory - free to sign up for reading comprehension activities. Texts adjust based on children's correct responses; correct and incorrect answers are explained for children to learn how best to answer questions; points earned for correct answers and amount of texts read. - Free 30 Day trial available for online reading materials. - Free sign up for video books. - Audio books - free during school closure period. - A great website with a different picture prompt each day. Linked to this picture are a selection of reading, writing and comprehension activities.  


Pick a picture, describe what you can see and ask questions about what is happening or who you can see: 

Suggested websites for Maths - Videos and resources organised by year group to support children with maths (resources which we use in school). - Videos of maths lessons by Gareth Metcalfe (resources which we use in school). - Downloadable resources, videos and support blogs for pupils and parents. - free website, interactive games. - popular in school for times tables and number bonds. - Free accounts for maths games and activities. - home learning packs now available: ideal for Years 3 to 6, arithmetic packs in line with KS2 assessments. - 5 Questions every day at varying levels; ideal for Year 3 to 6. Answers available. - Quest style game in which children must answer maths questions to collect prizes and progress to the next level. Free sign up. - Fun maths activities to complete without screens!

Suggested websites for Computing:


Rapid Router: (Coding Year 2-4) (coding all years)


w3schools: (Year 5 and 6 html website design)


Duolingo: (languages)


Khan Academy: (science and maths)


Hopscotch: (Coding app for all platforms)


Everyone Can Code: (Apple's Coding platform for year 5 an 6 children. Download the Swift Playgrounds app for free to work through some wonderful coding challenges.  

Suggested websites for PE:


Kid's yoga clips - available on YouTube. - The Body Coach - PE with Joe every day at 9am - Oti Mabuse dance videos - Free Educational Dance Resources - Home Fitness Sessions - Home PE Challenges 

Calling all musicians!


Cambridgeshire music have just launched their virtual orchestra project.


This opportunity is open to anyone regardless of age or ability. Participants can play the appropriate part for their instrument, adapt a part or make up their own to fit with the backing track. Read on to find out how to join in!


It’s time to get creative.  Lay down pens and computers and take a break from school work (if allowed) over the holidays and help make the largest Cambridgeshire music ensemble.  Cambridgeshire Music have been looking at how to keep us all connected and making music together over the coming weeks and are going to provide some projects to which you can all contribute at whatever level you are playing, on an instrument and make a large-scale online combined performance to be premiered for everyone to enjoy.  The first piece they are going to do is Hawaii 5-0. Arranged by Mark Aldous.


You can find parts available for your instrument via this link

Anyone can take part however far in their musical studies they have reached and feel free to adapt parts as required.  So rope in your siblings, friends and family and let’s give our bit to the online music explosion that is out there.


You can send a video file (mp4) or an audio file (mp3) via a wetransfer link to .  Remember that if providing a video clip you are consenting for Cambridgeshire Music to edit and use in the final recording! Musicians at Cambridgeshire Music will join in and play and then combine all the files so that we can have everyone playing together in the final recorded performance.  To help you keep in time they have provided a backing track that you can use available to download on the webpage link below.  So if you fancy doing something a bit different in these strange times and putting your musical mark on the world join our virtual band and have some fun.  Who knows where it might lead…


There is more information about this and other projects at Cambridgeshire Music


If you do join in please let me know, I would love to hear how you got on. I've printed off both the clarinet and violin parts so I can attempt to join in. Think I may need a little practise first though!! Please get in touch if any of you need any further help.


Mrs Pooley x

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Crick Clicker 8 - Clicker is a writing solution for the primary classroom, providing every pupil with support and challenge -


Nessy - offers the complete dyslexia aware solution with a suite of multi-sensory products aimed at making learning to read, write and spell fun -


WIDGET Online - Create, print, share and translate symbol materials online. Create visual, communication and learning supports in your web browser using over 18,000 Widgit Symbols and hundreds of easy-to-use templates.  (Full access for 30 days using the code WIDGIT30) - 


Helpkidzlearn - for children with Special Educational Needs – a range of free resources and free trials -