World Books Online

World Book Online have just made their fabulous collection of over 3,000 ebooks and audiobooks available for free for children to access at home. They have books suitable for all ages. Click on the following link to access them.

Early Years Online / home learning resources

Hungry Little Minds

Supported by the DfE – activities for parents/carers to engage in with their children Birth to five years old. Includes electronic links to a variety of other EY online resources.



Interactive stories and games.


Chatter Pack – lots of links to resources and guidance


National Geographic Kids

Activities and quizzes for young children.


The Kids Should See This

Wide range of cool educational videos


Crash Course Kids

You Tube videos on many subjects for a younger audience


Paw Print Badges

Free challenge packs and other downloads. Many activities can be completed indoors. Badges cost but are optional.


Cbeebies Radio

Listening activities for the younger child.



Lots of fun games to play, songs to sing, stories to listen to – linked to children’s favourite TV characters/programmes



Fun ways with numbers. Including: counting, adding on, subtraction.


Nature Detectives

A lot of these can be done in a garden, or if you can get to a remote forest location!


The Artful Parent

Good, free art activities – you need a Facebook account to access the page


Red Ted Art

Lingumi (For children aged 2-5): Sets of learning games, speech recognition games and video-based games to help with a child’s grammar and getting them speaking their first words early on.

Kaligo (For children aged 3-5): The first digital handwriting exercise book using a stylus and tablet, built using AI and co-created with teachers, occupational therapists and neuroscientists.

Phonics Hero (For school-aged children): Over 850 fun, varied and motivating games take a child step-by-step through the 44 sounds, the reading and spelling of words, and how to conquer sentences.

Teach Your Monster to Read (For school-aged children): Covers the first two years of learning to read, from matching letters and sounds to enjoying little books, designed in collaboration with leading academics.

Navigo Game (For school-aged children): Focuses on developing skills that underpin reading, including phonics, letters and sounds, designed by UCL Institute of Education and Fish in a Bottle.

Fonetti (For school-aged children): The world’s first ‘Listening Bookshop’ interacting with children by giving visual cues in real-time as they read aloud and highlighting where the most support is needed.

The Imagination Tree

Creative art and craft activities for the very youngest.


Five Minute Mum

Lots of fun ideas. Provides an outline of how parents/carers could structure their day. In addition, she is planning to provide a video a day on what games to play.



@oliverjeffers – Reads a story every night 6pm


Interactive Phonics Resources – Free resources for all Phases. School subscription £120/year. Also available as an app £0.79 (Phase 2 only. Phase 3 to follow soon). FREE DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PERIOD

Teach your Monster to Read

Phonics’ and early reading. Free to register. Promoted and used by Oxfordshire schools


TESiBoard – Free resources available for all curriculum areas. iboard+ £11.99/year.


Twinkl –  App covering all Phases £4.99 (lite version available for free)


Oxford Owl website – useful information for staff and parents.


Coosi box: Creative Drawing & Share Imagination


Bizzibrains I Learn: interactive storybook allowing you to add your own photos to the main characters


ABC gurus –


Hairy phonicsMy Story a simple book creator app, great for making multi-modal texts. Children can insert photographs, clipart, saved images. They can also record their voice and there are a range of mark making tools for them to write and record their ideas.


Many parents were able to join us for our Curriculum Evening. If you were unable to attend or would like to refresh your memory here are the Maths and English PowerPoints presented on the evening:

The following booklets will give you ideas of how to help your child and support his or her learning as they progress through our school: