This page is our hub for lots of great resources to support your child at home with their learning.
We have included some particularly useful Youtube Channels in some of our resources but these should onl be used under parental supervision.
BBC Bitesize is a great site for children of all ages. It covers all areas of the curriculum and is also available on your television through the red button
Oak Academy is one which is popular with the teachers of St Anne's. There are lots of live lessons delivered by teachers across the U.K.
ICTeachers has a large selection of great websites for parents to browse (if we haven't given you enough already)
Topmarks website has lots of resources for all areas of the curriculum, includihng both core and foundation subjects
Wonderopolis has a new 'wonder' to discover each day, posing questions as weird and wonderful as “Why don't spiders get caught in their webs?”. Then there are quizzes to test your knowledge and vocabulary on the wonder, and links to resources if you want to find out even more
THIS DOCUMENT contains over 60 virtual tours of landmarks, museums, zoos, galleries and more accross the world.
Wheeler's ePlatform- All the information for the eBook service we have access to at the school is on this page
readtheory.org - Your teacher might have given you details to log into this website that gives you passages to read and comprehension questions
home.oxfordowl.co.uk – EYFS/KS1 reading alternative with closer links to phonics
onceuponapicture.co.uk – pictures to inspire. Different collections to select from and comprehension questions to answer.
Lots of authors are doing free 'Read Alongs' of their books on YouTube
phonicsplay.co.uk – free home access. You may log in with the following details.
Username: jan21 Password: home
teachyourmonstertoread.com- A fun game to help children with phonics and the art of reading
Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar:
spellingframe.co.uk – word lists and games linked to all spelling rules and common exception words – check carefully that they are free!
www.spellingshed.com – free 30 day trial option, similar to TTRS. Lists can be added and set for children. Games to practice
pobble365.com – a new picture every day with a story starter, sentence challenge, comprehension questions, sick sentences (to repair) and a picture based task. You can use the ‘pick a day’ feature (top right) to select old pictures
https://mailchi.mp/talk4writing/home-school-booklets - free talk for writing unit for each year group designed for home learning. Whole sequence, including text and tasks provided
home.jasmineactive.com - Parent access to our school's PE scheme.
Parent email: email@example.com Password: stannescat
cosmickids.com/ - A website which makes mindfullness and yog fun for kids
alittlebutalot.com/2021/01/25/free-resource-active-february/- Each month this primary teacher blog uploads an Active Calender. It provides you with an active challenge a day for every day of the month. These are suitable for children of all ages and come with 3 different levels of challenge
natgeokids.com/uk/ - A source of entertaining and educational content from around the world
climatecops.com/- Pupils can learn about energy with Climate Cops, which is designed for 7 to 11 year olds and includes a range of activities.
history.org.uk/primary/resource/3620/primary-topic-websites -A short list of websites that may be useful for teaching and researching particular History topics.
mrtdoeshistory.com - A primary school teacher who does History podcasts for KS1 and KS2 on specific topics, including significant events and significant individuals.
bbc.co.uk/cbbc/shows/horrible-histories- Horrible Histories is available on iPlayer but there are videos, games and quizzes on the BBC Website
Art and DT:
tate.org.uk/kids- Ideas to use in the classroom that link to well know artists with online games and quizzes
https://artuk.org/- The online home of every UK public art collection. The site is fully searchable and what I really like about it, is you can search by topic. So, if you want to research a theme such as ‘Dreams’ you can do so.
whiterosemaths.com/- Our maths scheme of work has lots of resources including videos, practice tests and methods of teaching
ttrockstars.com/ - Each child has a login for this website (and app) to practice their times tables and challenge others
themathsfactor.com/ - This website from Carol Vorderman has been made free in light of the Covid-19 outbreak and schools being shut. It has free lessons, games and activities
nrich.maths.org/ - This website contarins a host of problem solving and reasoning questions to test your understanding of a concept
mathsisfun.com/ - A great resource full of handy real-life demonstrations of maths problems
loyolapress.com/catholic-resources/family/catholic-kids/ - Children's prayers, Saint's stories and other resources including downloadable crafts.
psalmsforkids.com - Psalms, audio and videos to help reinforce Church teaching
cafod.org.uk - Information regarding the Catholic charity who reach out to people living in poverty with practical help, whatever their religion or culture.
https://request.org.uk/ - A website which provides videos and information, including stories from a Christian point of view.
sublimescience.com/free-science-experiments/ - 101 Free Science activities to try at home
schoolscience.co.uk/home- Lots of resources and ideas to support all topics within the Science curriculum, broken into age groups.
youtube.com/user/crashcoursekids-A YouTube channel with videos covering lots of scientific lessons
purplemash.cm- Every child in the school has a purple mash login to access computing stages and a variety of other useful computing resources
code.org - Lots of resources including ‘an hour of code’ where they can be taught transferrable coding skills
https://scratch.mit.edu/ - Use already taught coding skills to create games and animations using this platform
tynker.com/- Free computer coding courses for kids aged 5+ (great for Minecraft fanatics!)
musiclab.chromeexperiments.com/ - Lots of games and experiments to develop music knowledge and link it to the wider curriculum
bbc.co.uk/teach/bring-the-noise- A range of free, fun and simple online music resources that can be used flexibly at home or in the classroom.
singup.org/singupathome- Themed playlists of songs to fit every mood – including songs to calm and relax you, songs to get you moving, and empowering songs to lift you up. There are also songs and activities for learning about topics