Year 3 and 4



Additional to the daily class work which will be given by class teachers during any period of isolation your child may need to undertake, we have also drawn together a list af age appropriate links to websites that may provide further activities for your child to enjoy. Please see below for further details,


BBC Bitesize

Great resource covering a range of subjects for LKS2. This is a great website to support with understanding terminology in English and the methods used in Maths.


Numbots and Times Tables Rockstars

These are 2 brilliant maths games for children, which parents have been emailed about.  All children received logins and we have recently re-issued them. If you are unsure, please contact your child’s class teacher who will support you in this.

Numbots builds on early maths skills such as number bonds, simple additions etc.


Times Tables Rockstars helps children to learn their multiplication and corresponding division facts.



NRich is a brilliant maths website where they have recommended ages for each activity.


Key Stage 2:


Teach your Monster to Read

This is another website that is free to sign up to and has things such as animated stories and games.


Oxford Owl

Oxford Owl have free E-Books for ages 3-11 yrs.


YouTube Kids

YouTube Kids is an app (rather than online like YouTube) that can be downloaded for free.  It has far better parental controls that YouTube and so we would recommend its download.  Once on, you can search for lots of games and activities, e.g. children’s yoga and mindfulness for when you all need a bit of calm (try Cosmic Kids), top 10 home science experiments, Dance etc


National Geographic Kids

Lots of activities and quizzes for children


DK Find Out

Lots of activities and quizzes to try


Dance Mat Typing

This is a great way for children to learn to touch type – a really useful skill to have and very important as online learning becomes more prevalent.



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