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Reception Learning at Home

Websites the school subscribes to – log on details needed

Espresso -


Busy Things -


Numbots -

Practice your number skills (same log on as TTRS)


Phonics Play 

Year R: Please click on Phase 2, 3 and 4 activities

Year 1: Please click on Phase 3,4 and 5 activities

Year 2: Please click on Phase 3,4,5 and Phase 6 activities (depending on your child's level)




Cool Maths Games -

A website providing opportunity for children to use maths in a game-related context. Lots of options which the children love!!


Top Marks -


Top Marks Daily 10 -




StoryNory -

A website providing free audio stories


LoveReading4Kids -

A website that points children in the direction of fantastic books which children may want to read.


Oxford Owl -

Free but you need to register to access books



Physical and Mental well-being

Mindfulness activities

We have included a small amount of mindfulness activities in the take-home pack but more can be found on websites such as Twinkl and through apps such as Calm and Headspace.


Joe Wicks YouTube Channel -

There are various child friendly workouts on here, which the whole family can enjoy together.



This is a child friendly website with loads of videos related to active learning.


BBC Super Movers -

This is another active learning platform with all sorts of activities linked to the curriculum.


Cosmic Kids Yoga -



Learning across a range of subjects

BBC Bitesize -

An excellent online resource with access to hundreds of videos related to all areas of the curriculum. This would be an excellent place for children to find information related to their home learning activities and packs.



A website where children can program their own stories, animations and games.


National Geographic Kids -

Facts and games about the world


Education City -

Click on free resources at the top to access lesson ideas and resources


Crickweb -

Has a variety of educational games across a range of subjects


Arcademics -


Art projects -

Some lovely ‘how to draw’ projects projects for KS1 and KS2 children


Coding games -

Simple coding games for KS1 and KS2