The Science Museum has a website and YouTube Channel with great home teaching ideas.
Here is our list of links to good learning ideas, websites and videos.
You can also find them organised by subject area for EYFS and Y1-6.
BBC Bitesize have launched daily lessons for home learning. There is a whole range of lessons to choose from. Take a look!
Explore centuries of stories, poems and illustrations with Discovering Children’s Books. For children, teachers and book-lovers of all ages.
Families with a North Yorkshire library card and PIN can access books and magazines online. If not, you can call
01609 533878 to get PIN and it can be issued over the phone.
Here are booklets designed for children to work through on their own or with some help.
This is a daily internet radio programme that teaches literacy and is aimed at families. Each day there are spelling, grammar and vocabulary games.
ASE Primary Science have lessons which are directly accessible to children and parents at home. There are plans for Years 1 to 6.
Here is the online classroom from Oak National widely reported in the media at the beginning of the summer term.
Find literacy workbooks for year groups 1 to 6 on this page. Scroll down to ‘Primary School’ and choose the year group for your child.
Here are some very engaging challenges from the James Dyson Foundation. Can you accomplish them all?
British Cycling have adapted their Ready Set Ride programme with a daily calendar. Many of their Prepare 2 Ride games can be done indoors.
ORCA is a charity looking out for whales and dolphins. They have just launched a Youtube channel with super lessons.
National Theatre at Home has just been launched. They start streaming a family friendly play every Thursday on YouTube.
The Early Years Story Box has a new story to help explain the coronavirus crisis to young children.
Short films from the Royal Institution on fun, easy and cheap to do science experiments.
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Spread the Happiness channel has a dough disco to build fine muscle control in the hands and fingers.