Home Learning Activities
Daily activities will be posted on Class Dojo by class teachers.
Documents providing additional activities and links to websites can be found below:
Website Links (all titles are hyperlinked)
If you are looking for extra activities use the two documents at the bottom of the page for a timetable of free daily activities that cover the majority of the day and pdf home learning collection that links to a number of amazing websites.
Home learning from Cambridge County Council
CCC Home learning: activities and competitions for all subjects.
Projects from Robin Hood MAT
Projects created by the Robin Hood MAT in Birmingham. There are activities for differents pairs of year groups and contain a number of useful links of all subjects - well worth a look.
Questr: active English games for parents and children.
PhonicsPlay: Phonics games and activities. Login using username: march20 and password:home for free access.
Alphablocks: Fun and friendly phonics videos by the BBC
FirstNews: free downloadable issue to First News, a children's newspaper.
Audible: A number of audio books have been released for free for the duration of the school closure.
Oxford Owl - this is the company who is behind Read, Write, Inc phonics which we follow at Gorefield. They have released a number of ebooks to support reading at home. Click on the purple words to create an account then use the other selections to find a book appropriate for your child.
Create an account: You will need to create a free account to access the material.
Parents advice page: This gives an overview of Read, Write, Inc.
ebook overview page: You can access all the available books from here.
Select your child's reading level from below to find the appropriate books.
Pobble: a daily stimulus picture with questions, story starters and sentence challenges.
TTRockstars: times tables practice (login required)
White Rose Maths: tutorial videos and activities linked to primary maths following the system we use in school.
Corbettmaths: videos and activities linked to primary maths, most suitable for KS2.
Numberblocks: Number based videos from the BBC
Mystery Science: a range of fun and engaging science lessons (please note this website uses US grades).
Blockly: play the games to learn computer programming skills
Typing Club: a free website where children can learn to touch type.
The Body Coach TV: Join Joe Wicks for a daily 30 minute workout - PE with Jo.
Succeed in PE: active games and ideas to play at home.
Supermovers: a range of videos to get you moving.
Cosmic Yoga: yoga videos for children to follow and join in with.
World Geography Games: a range of games testing your knowledge of world geography.
Well Being and Enrichment
The Great Indoors: The Scout Association have created a bank of activities (with instructions) that can be done indoors. Lots of great ideas for all of the family
Pen and Paper Games: Simple pen and paper games to play in small groups or as a family.
Radio Blogging: daily radio shows with interactive activities to keep you busy and engaged.