On this page, you can find lots of resources and links to help you support your children's learning at home. At Belfield, we provide access to Purplemash & Mini Mash, Times Tables Rock Stars & Numbots, and Education City to enhance learning. Your child can access activities using their login information and password at home. Please see the class teacher if you need these details.
To access PurpleMash blogs: log in, click on the green sharing button, click on shared blogs, then click on the blog to read the messages from the teacher and other pupils. You can also add your own post by clicking the green plus sign!
Numbots for children in Year 1 & Year 2 can be accessed in Times Tables Rock Stars by logging in and clicking on the NumBots icon on the left-hand side.
PhonicsPlay comics are decodable comics featuring familiar characters from PhonicsPlay along with some new friends. They are short, simple, silly comics that can be viewed on-screen or printed out. They aim to provide opportunities for children to rehearse the precise knowledge and skills that they learn in school each week
Chatter Pack - A list of free, online, boredom-busting resources!
Muddy Early Years, Muddy Infants and Muddy Juniors is an online learning platform that has activities for all areas of the curriculum and is now available for a 30 day trial initially and will be continually reviewed.
TTS - Free downloadable workbooks for EYFS, KS1 and KS2 children. Please note that these cannot be completed online and will require printing.
Twinkl -Twinkl are offering free access for all parents and carers until the end of April.
Toy Theater - This website has various activities for primary aged children
Hamilton - Learning at home packs for Maths and English. This page is being updated frequently.
Maths Factor - This maths learning website from Carol Vorderman is now offering access to everyone completely free.
Follow ‘Gareth Metcalf Primary Maths’ on Facebook as he is planning on delivering some tutorials on key maths concepts to help with learning at home.
Brain Pop - Brush up on your grammar skills with many games and activities.
CBeebies Radio - Listening activities for younger children.
The Reading Realm - This website has printable reading activities.
Teach Your Monster to Read - The computer version is free to access. Registration is required. Also available as a paid app for tablets and IPads.
Hour Of Code - Try out some new coding activities.
Scratch Online - Practise your Scratch skills at home
Block Coding - Another way to practise your coding skills
#Digiworld - Digiworld is an interactive curriculum to help 5 to 16-year-olds develop digital resilience, so they can be safer online.
The National Geographic website is full to the brim with a vast amount of information on a whole host of subject areas including the environment, space, animals and even world music. A huge variety of photography is also available and would be great to help with projects and presentations
NASA - Learn all about space and travelling to the moon.
The webpage includes a recorded performance of Whatever the Weather, an education pack and a storybook. Perfect for children aged 3-7
"The imaginary world of an alpine weather house is brought to life in this inventive, comical and highly visual show for the very young. The little lady comes out when it’s going to be sunny. The little man comes out when it’s going to rain. Never together, always alone. One magical day they come alive and discover that the beautiful and surprising world they live in, is better shared."
Join "Chatta Club" for free daily activities to support learning at home
Chatta is a simple teaching method. It is used in classrooms across the world and by families at home with their children and provides activities for children every day which support progress in language, literacy, memory and wider learning.
All of the activities require an iPad/Android tablet or smartphone.
Families can join here: https://www.smore.com/xc462
Your words build their world. Tiny Happy People is here to help you develop your child's communication skills. Explore our simple activities and play ideas and find out about their amazing early development.
Simple, fun activities for kids, from newborn to five. Many little things light up hungry little minds. Kids take everything in, and even the smallest things you do with them can make a big difference.
They love it when you chat, play and read with them, even when they’re too young to understand everything. Whatever the time and wherever you are, you can turn almost anything into a game.
And every little thing you do together will help set them up nicely for the day they start school.
This page contains lots of resources, including activities and links fo the whole family.
Helping Children Understand Corona Virus
Keeping Safe Online
Whole School Spelling Lists
Year 1&2 Spellings
Year 3&4 Spellings
Year 5&6 Spellings
Early Years Learning Projects
Year 1 & 2 Learning Projects
Y3 & Y4 Learning Projects