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All children now have access to Numbots, part of the Times Table Rockstars website, a site that focuses on addition and subtraction. Children use the same login details as Timestable Rockstars on the Numbots website.  This is another excellent online learning tool for the children so please make the most of it.  Click here to access the website.


To login, simply enter our school postcode (B29 5DY) and then click on our school name.  Select 'Pupils' and then enter your normal Times Table Rockstar username and password.

Times Table Rockstars helps them to become more fluent with their times tables.  By the end of year 2, the children should be able to recall the 2, 5, 10 and 3 times table off by heart so daily practise will help them with this. Click here to access the website.  
Big Maths helps them to recall number facts quickly in their learn its test and practise their skills for their CLIC test on Friday.  Click here to access the website.  
White Rose Maths provides a daily Maths Challenge which we will update on our website.  Each morning at 10am you can go online and join in their Maths Party and you'll be given the answers to the Maths Challenge.  Click here to access their website.  
The BBC Bitesize website has some useful games that can help the children with their Maths.  Click here to access their website.  
Carol Vorderman's 'The Maths Factor' is another useful website that is currently free.  You'll need to sign up but, once you do, you'll have access to the different lessons and games.  Click here to access the website.  
Prodigy Maths is a great website that is also completely free. You have to create an account but then you have aceess to thousands of fun and engaging games to suit your child's age and curriculum.   Click on the following link to access the website:  

The NCETM website has lots of free Maths videos, resources and lessons for you to use. They are suited for your age group, cover many different topics and it is completely free to sign up and access everything. They are designed to help support parents with teaching Maths at home during school closures and have lots of visuals, explanations and support. Click on the following link to access the website:





Active Learn is a tool for reading and the children have been allocated stage appropriate books that they can read online and then answer questions.  Click here to access the website
For the duration of school closures, Audible are allowing children free access to their children's books.  Click here to listen a new story through Audible.
David Walliams will be reading one of his books every morning at 11am.  Click here to visit his website and to listen to a new story every day.
The BBC Bitesize website has some useful information and games to help with English.  Click here to access the website.
The Sir Linkalot website is a useful website to help you learn and practise a wide variety of spellings.  Click here to access the website and to sign up for your free code.
 The Collins website has released lots of resources for you to access at home including online books, times table practise, songs, worksheets, activities and much more.  This would be a great website for you to have a look through.  Click here to access the website.
ICT Games has a range of English, Phonics and Maths games linked to the Year 1 Curriculum which you can try out and have plenty of fun with. Click the link to access the website-

 The Grammar Aquarium is is a wonderful grammar website that teaches lots of grammar concepts from all the year groups based on the national curriculum and objectives. On Year 1 it has lots of difficult and tricky grammar concepts such as question and exclamation sentences, letters and capitals and singulars and plurals. The website is taught in a fun and interactive way with lesson activities and quizzes which can gain you rewards and certificates.  I would really encourage you to have a go by clicking on the following link:

The e Literacy Shed Plus  has lots of free literature resources for KS1. They have many pictures and images of text for you to look at along with free activity packs that you can download and use to help aid your inference, reading and understanding skills. Some of the pictures and stories are really beautiful and I think you will really enjoy them, plus it is so important to keep practising your comprehension skills! To access the website click the link below




Twinkl are an educational website that provide resources for all subjects, especially Maths and English. During the school closures, they are providing a Home Learning Hub that will provide a range of different daily activities along with worksheets for Maths and English. Make sure you also check out the Twinkl Go! part of the website which has lots of fun primary games, videos and audiobooks suited for each year group.


Click here to access the website and choose the 5-7 year old section.


Twinkl Go!-




 BBC Bitesize Website  has  daily lessons for the week in Maths, English and other creative activities that are directly linked to your year group. All of these activities are worthwhile and will support you with your learning and education at home. I have added a screenshot  of the Year 1 schedule for this week below:



 The Oak National Academy Website has been launched by the Education Minister as a Government initiative which will support you with lots of online resources you can use at home. They have  Maths and English lessons planned for each day which build upon your previous knowledge and a foundation subject for you to enjoy. It is virtual and fun with a range of videos and quizzes within the lessons and is clear and easy to follow. I have added you an example of the schedule and the lessons for Day 1 below so you can se what it looks like:



NB: It is important to note that on both websites the creative or foundation subjects do not link to our Knowledge Based Curriculum at St Rose and that some of our Maths or English lessons may be taught differently to in school. However it is still all fantastic and useful learning for you all so I really encourage you to give them all a go! Click on the links below to go straight to the two websites.