The British Red Cross are offering free First Aid for children resources – there are a lot of Powerpoint presentations, but if you scroll down the page there are several videos of how to help in an emergency.Click here
The British Red Cross are also offering activities and resources (suitable for children of all ages) related to Kindness – a particularly important aspect of life at the moment. Click here
More learning opportunities from Fairtrade – a video and downloadable activities. Click here.
You can share this Little Princess story online – a clear and funny explanation about hand-washing for young children. The web page has another Little Princess book you can save or print off and other activities and links. Click Here
Lots of fun ideas for creative thinking using just paper and pencils or simple things from around the home. Click here
The football Premier League are offering lots of videos, activities and challenges to keepchildren busy. Click here
A book for children about Coronavirus, illustrated by Axel Sheffler who illustrated The Gruffalo. The print is quite small so it is best shared on a computer or laptop. Click here.
You can also download it for free on a Kindle.
Create cardboard creatures click here
Advice from Bradford Council for keeping safe and happy during lockdown Click here
In this booklet, children are asked to think of a favourite book and complete activities about it – you can either print off the book or just look at the activities and your child can do them on paper. Click here
Mind Travels Writing Competition. Click here for more information.
Keep your child’s phonics learning on track. Click here for more information.
Writing prompts to encourage KS2 children to think and write about on topics such as Playtime, Household Chores, School Uniform and Planting Trees. There are new topics being added every week.
NatWest’s Money Sense pages. Lots of ideas and fun games for teaching about money across all ages. Click here
Some interesting and valuable science activities about microbes – bacteria, viruses and fungi – for older children from “e-bug”, Click here
Fairtrade is a particularly relevant topic during this holy month. The Fairtrade website has a lot of videos about how Fairtrade has a positive impact on lives of people around the world. Click here for a resource about Fairtrade and Islam or here for Fairtrade videos.
Pyjamarama activities for Early Years and Key Stage 1 children click here
Daily lessons from BBC Bitesize click here
Monster Phonics for R, Y1 and Y2 click here
Key Stage 2 Maths – click here – Steps to Success: Identify the correct column and digit. Add or subtract 1 to/from the value of your digit. Write the new number down.
Some apps recommended by an Online Safety group as being suitable for
EY and KS1 children: Click here
KS2 children: Click here
Oxford Owl have a range of free online books suitable across the Primary age range. They have also added printable activity ideas. Click here.
The Children’s University of Manchester have some interesting science games and activities (you need a program called Flash for some of the games). Click here.
Some tips if you are trying to balance your children’s screen time Click here
“Jump at home”
An activity pack with ideas for games to keep children active. Click here.
Make a monster net and other CBBC ideas click here
Online Safety Videos and Activities from CEOP
CBeebies – Things to make and do for Spring click here
Cinderella Story – click here
Jack and the Beanstalk story – click here
Some resources for teaching about money:
It says 7-11 but most of these online games have settings that make them suitable from Reception upwards.
Teaching about money – Click here for ideas that don’t need the internet or a printer.
Why not send us a picture of you playing the games?
Harry Potter fans you’ll love this page. click here
myON by Renaissance – To access lots of books online click here
A daily writing lesson for 9 – 13 year olds
iLearn2 is a website with lots of resources for you to use to learn new Computing skills whilst we are off school. These are free to use when you use the school login. Please check on ClassDojo Class Story for the link and login details.
Use a dice and answer these questions about the book you are reading. Click here
Into Film Review Competition click here
Bradford Schools Online useful resources click here
PE with Jo Wicks click here
Maths Factor with Carol Vorderman click here