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Remote (Home) Learning

Welcome to our Remote (Home) Learning Zone. 

This is where we will provide the necessary support and guidance you may require with our remote learning


Please note that Arksey Primary School takes no responsibility for external website content. 


Tapestry Instructions

Daily Live Activities

Useful Home Learning Links

 - Twinkl have kindly offered to make all their resources free enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS.

  • Purple Mash is aligned entirely to the KS1/KS2 curriculum and covers subjects as diverse as reading, writing, history, design technology. It has a significant number of activities.

  • - An online video resource which offers a series of video classes for early learners (Early Years/KS1). It contains a diverse array of age-appropriate subject-specific knowledge, including cookery, sing-a-long, interactive storytime on-demand.

  • - A series of bright and colourful activities for primary age pupils.

  • AI engine which creates a personalised learning path for each pupil and allows them access to thousands of English, Mathematics and Science resources. Teachers and instructors have dashboards which allow them to track pupils’ progress.

  • series of national curriculum-aligned online English and Mathematics lessons, available online and compatible with tablets and computers. Provides feedback for parents and learners.

  • A selection of free resources for different areas of learning.

Maths Home Learning Webpages:-

  • Topmarks website is safe and used in schools around the country for its great Maths activities. There are engaging games and interactive activities to help learn more about maths topics.
  • Topmarks website is safe and used in schools around the country for its great Maths activities. There are engaging games and interactive activities to help learn more about maths topics.
  • website is full of times tables questions and challenges so you can improve your speed! 
  • - These BBC Bitesize websites have a range of Maths activities for Key Stage One and Two. It has fun games and activities to complete to help learn about number, measure and geometry. 
  • Especially good for maths and computing for all ages but other subjects at Secondary level. Note this uses the U.S. grade system but it's mostly common material.
  •  Carol Vorderman Maths
  •  Maths word problems for y6 children
  •  Maths word problems for y5 children
  • Active Homework for Children
  • White Rose Maths Primary Resources
  •  Prodigy Maths.

Daily Phonics Lessons

Reading Home Learning Webpages

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar ( SPaG) Home Learning Weblinks:-

Writing Home Learning Webpages:-

Science Home Learning Webpages

Geography Home Learning Webpages

Mr Tinnion (Arksey PE Coach) Video

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History Home Learning Webpages

Computing Home Learning Webpages

Art, Design and Technology Home Learning Webpages

Design & Technology Home Learning Links

Languages Home Learning Webpages

PSHE Home Learning Webpages

Music Home Learning Webpages

Extra Curricular Home Learning Pages

General  The Wildlife Trust.  BBC - Live Lessons for Primary School Children.  Beavers, Cubs & Scouts - The Great Indoors.  TTS Group - Home Learning Packs for School Children.  The Shirley Journey - Activities to do at home from bird feeders to Lego.  National Schools Observatory (Space).  Scholastic - Reading, Thinking & Growing at home.  National Geographic Kids.

Activities and Quizzes 

Khan Academy.  Especially good for maths and computing of all ages, but other subjects too.  This uses the US grade system, but it's mostly common material.

BBC Learning.  The site is full of language learning and BBC Bitesize for revision.  No TV licence required except for the BBC iPlayer.

Futurelearn.  Free to access 100's of courses, only pay to upgrade if you need a certificate in your name (younger learners can use a parent account).

DK Find Out. Covers all curriculum subjects and more.  There are quizzes, videos and animations.

Toy Theatre.  Educational online games.

Fun Webpages


        People struggling with their mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak will be offered additional online support and                practical guidance to help them cope.