- Resources for Home
Resources for pupils on the Tracks Pathway. If you are unsure of the pathway for your child, contact a member of your child's class team.
BBC Bitesize has an incredible amount of videos, lesson, activities and materials, across any subject you could imagine. There is also an excellent section with parental advice and resources.
The Oak Academy has a number of well planned and resourced lessons and courses. Each lesson has excellent instructional video and resources to use in conjunction with the video lesson. The areas covered include, Communication and Language, Creative Arts, Early Development Learning, Independent Living Skills, Numeracy and Physical Development,
There are many word games and activities on Turtle Diary across a wide spectrum of abilities.
There are plenty of way to develop language and literacy skills with this fun collection of activity sheets, perfect for learning at home.
SparkleBox has hundreds of activities, worksheets covering a wide variety of English language skills.
The Oxford Owl free eBook library has been created to help children to develop their reading skills at home. You’ll find books from Oxford’s most popular primary school brands including Oxford Reading Tree and Read Write Inc., as well as stories from our Read with Oxford range, all available for free.
Jolly Phonics have a wide range of worksheets and activities that your children will enjoy working through at home, as well as guidance if you are new to phonics.
Letters and Sounds teaches phonics, a method schools use to teach your child to read the sounds in words. Please take a look at Letter and Sounds You Tube Channel, which has hundreds of phonics video lessons for you and your child. Review the helpful guidance videos before you start to make best use of this resource.
Read Write Inc also has a you tube channel fill of videos helpful in teaching your child phonics.
Phonics International has a page full of very good resources for teaching your child phonics
There are many maths games and activities on Turtle Diary across a wide spectrum of abilities.
SparkleBox has a multitude of activities, worksheets and more covering a wide range of Maths and numeracy skills.
Topmarks has great, educationally sound online resources. Topmarks is a safe environment for children because we only include trustworthy, reliable educational content. A good place to start is the fun learning games area. Hit the Button, a quickfire practice of number bonds and tables, and Mental Maths Train are great places to start.
MoneySense is a free financial education programme that aims to help 5-18 year-olds towards a better financial future. It uses the key money moments in a young person’s life to make learning about money feel relatable. Please check the Parents section for ideas and assistance.
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Espresso provides everything you need to create an enriching experience for all pupils, wherever the learning is taking place.
Education City has a wide range of resources covering all years across the curriculum. During lockdown, you can make use of these resources free of charge.
On the Starfall website and in Starfall classrooms, children have fun while learning in an environment of collaboration, wonderment, and play. We teach through positive reinforcement to ensure children become confident, intrinsically motivated, and successful. Please refer to the Accessibility Options for tailoring your experience
Soundabout Live! interactive music-making sessions for people of all ages with SLD and PMLD are led by different members of our amazing music practitioner team on our Facebook page every Tuesday & Saturday at 2pm. Every Live! session is stored on our YouTube page and on this TV section. You can play, pause, rewind and view as many times as you like and on any device – especially good for connected TV’s and Sky Q to view on a large screen.
Tate Kids has many activities suitable for home on their Kids Pages, we suggest you may like to try to cut up some paper scraps and make a 3D sculpture,
Every Home A Theatre is a series of fun video challenges designed to bring some theatrical magic into homes up and down the country. They were published in back in April 2020 - but if you haven’t seen them before they are full of great ideas to do at home !!
The following are great little 10 minute stories sessions, produced as part of National Story Telling Week
The Frozen Light Theatre are creating age appropriate theatre for people with PMLD. They have made a sensory resource kit with music tracks and sensory ideas for you to recreate the essence of their production HOME.
The Concrete Youth Sensory theatre is for audiences with PMLD with online versions of their shows and sensory stories.
Strings and Things is a suite of six sensory stories for young children and people with severe (SLD) or profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD). Each story takes you on an adventure led by a magical ball of string, unpacking the lived experience of lockdown and social distancing.
Tailfeather TV is written and presented by young adults with learning disabilities. Fun dance sessions and bright and engaging learning activities on topics such as Jungle, Shapes, Weather, Under the Sea
DPA is an online inclusive play skills resource to help support parents and carers with bite size tips and ideas for play and creative engagement for children and young people and their families in their homes.
The Oily Cart Theatre company who make theatre for those with complex needs, including PMLD. The Sensory Sessions offer ideas for creating sensory experiences at home
Shabang create and deliver accessible shows with music and songs which they sign in Makaton. They have been offering regular Live and interactive shows on Youtube throughout the pandemic.