This page has links to websites to help with teaching and learning many other subjects at home.
Well-being, PE, P4C, Computing, Spanish, Art, Music, History, RE, Geography, Science and DT.
Some are offering their parent portals free for 30 days.
The Government have brought together an initial list of online resources to help children's wellbeing at home.These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages. Click on the image to view the website.
Physical education (PE) and physical activity
This initial list of physical education (PE) and physical activity resources is based on recommendations from:
- the Association for Physical Education (afPE)
- Public Health England (PHE)
- Sport England
- the Yorkshire Sport Foundation (YSF)
These resources will help young people to get the daily 60 minutes of activity recommended by the UK Chief Medical Officer (CMO) in fun ways.
All the resources listed here are for activities designed to be carried out indoors or, if available, a garden.
Children and young people can go outside for one form of exercise a day, such as:
- a walk with members of their household
- a run with members of their household
- a cycle with members of their household
Outdoor exercise should be carried out locally.
Children and young people should always follow the latest official advice on social distancing, which means making sure that they and their parent or carer stay more than 2 metres from others (including friends and other family members). Click on the image to view the website.
P4C - The Philosophy Man - Brainsqueezers
While schools are closed, The Philosophy Man will put up lots of resources each week to get the children thinking and talking with their parents on this page, or with each other and teachers for those still in school.
The resources will change every Friday. Games, questions, stories, riddles. Solutions to riddles will follow the next week. Click on the image to view the website.
Below are some of the activities the children like to do in Computer Science. Click on the image to view the website.
Below are some of the activities the children like to do to help them stay safe online. Click on the image to view the website.
Below are some of the videos used in school to help children learn Spanish. Click on the image to view the website.
The children enjoy learning to draw by watching youtube videos for instructions . The adults like to have a go too. Click on an images below to view one.
Shawclough children really enjoy music. Below are some activities and videos to help the children access Music. Some perfect, simple and easy ways to keep listening, enjoying and creating music at this time.Click on the image to view the website.
Shawclough children really enjoy History, especially Horrible Histories. Below are some activities and videos to help the children access History. Click on the image to view the website.
Shawclough children really enjoy RE. Below are some activities and videos to help the children access RE. Click on the image to view the website.
Why not have a go at these Geography activities.
Interactive resources covering the primary science curriculum.
Design and Technology
Here are some resources for design and technology at Key Stage One and Key Stage Two.
Resources within the Stem learning link are taken from the 24 Nuffield Primary Solutions units of work. Each unit includes lesson by lesson teaching guidance, a listing of new vocabulary, a description of links to other subjects and full details of resource requirements.