Remote Learning

Here are some useful links to supplement the school’s own remote learning provision. These are parent-tested, linked, and recommended to use as additional material.

  • Forest – Free app that’s essentially an egg timer but instead grows a tree. Eventually, you can grow a little forest – great for setting reading or writing tasks.
  • Google Arts and Culture – Free app that’s suitable for all. try creating your own blob opera!
  • Doodle Maths – It’s not free but might be worth looking at
  • Tappity Science – There’s a bunch of free lessons on here for kids aged 4-10. It’s a US app and very interactive and fun. The paid version is a more comprehensive experience though.
  • Teach Monster – A great phonics app that’s really interactive and fun. It’s free to use the PC version but £4.99 on the app store.
  • Breatwrk – Free app with guided breathing exercises for kids and adults with categories like; calm, sleep, awake, and recharge. It uses visuals (circles) to help you learn how to breathe properly and there’s a cute monkey on there: win win! It’s good to do together when things start going a bit Pete Tong or just individually.
  • Mo Willems Lunch Doodles – Not an app but rather a youtube playlist featuring illustrator Mo Willems. He was doing lots of simple little lunchtime doodles last lockdown. He has a nice calming voice like Werner Herzog, and the doodles are simple to follow.

If you would like to look at our Remote Learning Policy please click here.

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