Resources and Advice for Supporting Home Learning
Last Updated: 30th March 2020
Supporting learning can be a daunting prospect but it can also be creative, fun and bring families closer. It is important to remain relaxed and understand that it will take time for many children to adjust to learning at home and those with SEND may require extra time and support. It is key to remember that the government guidance on Coronavirus must be followed so that we can return to normal life as quickly and safely as possible. The purpose of this page is to gather resources, information and guidance to help aid with supporting your child's learning at home. If you know of anything then please do share with the Local Offer through facebook or by emailing [email protected].
Wellspring West Sussex have also gathered a range of different ideas, links, exercises and more more. Go to their website to find out more .
Chichester Festival Theatre have made their Arts Award remote so it can be done from home! Take challenges, get inspired and share skills with others to create a portfolio. Access is free but if you would like your portfolio moderated/ assessed a cost is involved.
Join 'Cosmic KIDS!' for lots of fun yoga stories including Frozen, Harry Potter, Minecaft and many more!
World Book have released free resources and e-books during the COVID-19 pandemic. There is a wealth of eBooks and activities available! You must create an account to access the resources.
Barrington Stoke have gathered all their free reading resources into one place. They have colouring sheets, reading guides and run a Young Editors Scheme.
Teaglo have lots of free resources available to help parents teach primary school aged children.
Vocabulary Ninja has free resources to help with learning vocabulary.
Out of the Ark Music have some great sing along songs to fill the day with some music!
BBC Bitesize has a range of resources and revision exercises for all age ranges and abilities, they will also be sharing new content on a regular basis in response to the Coronavirus.
Chatter Pack have developed a free list of resources to help with speech and language teaching at home.
Twinkl develops resources for teachers to use in their lessons across age ranges and abilities. They are a subscription service but they are currently offering free resources packs to help with teaching at home.
100 Things to do Indoors is a free resource with different activities to help stay entertained during isolation.
Jump Start Jonny has a range of exercise resources to help burn off some of the extra energy children or you may have yourself.
The British Dyslexia Association has guidance on helping a child with dyslexia to learn, spell, write and read as well as some resources to help with this.
The SEND Group have a range of training available in regards to educating people with SEND, this is a subscription service that requires a monthly payment and is mainly aimed at teachers of those with SEND.