Useful Home Learning Links 

Important Notice: The following pages contain links to websites that we feel are supportive to the curriculum and safe but it must be noted that the contents of the websites are out of our control. Therefore, we recommend that parents check them before allowing children unsupervised access. Remember to stay safe online! 


General Resources For Home Learning

Twinkl is an educational website that provides a variety of worksheets, power points and other resources for all age ranges. They are offering parents one month FREE membership. Sign up here using the code CVDTWINKLHELPS.











Oak National Academy

Oak National Academy
Online Learning Resource

Oak National Academy is a brand new online learning package set up by the UK Government. It will be offering daily  lessons in all subjects for all year groups. This is  really good resource!




Bitesize daily 

BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons

BBC Bitesize are offering daily lessons. Consider what we would have been learning if we were in school and find a lesson that interests you here.




Oxford Owl have an amazing range of levelled ebooks to read at home. The children should be familiar with these books already as we have lots of the Oxford reading tree books in school.

To have access to all of these amazing resources, simply go to and click on My Class Login which is at the top of the page and looks like this and put in the class login if you have been given one and start reading!


You can also access ebooks on




The Summer Reading Challenge has begun!

 This year’s Summer Reading Challenge has been adapted because of the disruptions caused by Covid-19, and the impact it has had on schools and public libraries. To support parents and carers with reading at home, the Summer Reading Challenge has launched earlier than usual.

This year’s theme is the “SILLY SQUAD” – a celebration of funny books, celebration and laughter. The website will be completely free and there will be a place for children to rate and review their books, and as always, work towards their reading goal. Other special features include: video content, games, quizzes, digital and downloadable activities to encourage children to take part in the challenge, even though it will be from home.

You can join in using the following link:

Thousands of free e-books for you to read online.
Find everything from stories, poetry, joke books and non-fiction to read. If you find one you really enjoy, write a book review.






So far we have learned up to Rule 13. Group 1 are on year 3&4, Group 2 are on years 1 &2









My Maths KS2 children each have a log in for this website where their class teachers set maths home learning. Teachers have re-issued these log in details today (17/3/20).

Play maths games such as Hit The Button Children can practise quick recall of their times tables on this website.










Learn to code in 1 hour

Turtle Academy makes it surprisingly easy to start creating amazing shapes using the LOGO language




The children will now have access to the Stemscopes science website. This allows us to be able to set work in a similar way to Mymaths. You can log in by following these steps:

1- Initial of first name + surname (If your surname is double barrelled include a space in between)

 2- Password is stgeorges

 3- Some usernames may be followed by the number 1.

If you are still unable to log in after  following these instructions then please email the school office on and your child’s log in will be sent to you The widespread school closures have created new challenges for everyone supporting young people. STEM Learning is working hard to develop and roll out a range of materials, which we hope will help you. Our subject experts have put together a selection of resources – all of which are completely free for everyone to access. Our subject experts are also available weekdays from 8:30am to 4.30pm via our webchat, which you can find in the bottom right hand corner of all our web pages. Resources focus on key food themes within curriculum areas, such as where food comes from, cooking, and healthy eating, but also offer a range of opportunities for cross-curricular (interdisaplinary) learning. Many resources and activities use food as a vehicle to provide engaging learning via subjects such as: numeracy, literacy, humanities, science, PSHE/health and wellbeing, D&T, religious education, and art. The ‘Wild’ classroom; get engaged in some activities with the WWF and use the class resources.

You could also join in the weekly activities with the World Wildlife Fund’s YouTube channel.
















School Games Participation Fun 

Please join the St Georges team on the TopYa app created by School Games. Who can complete the skills? Who will get the most points? Linking to the principles of Competition this is not about Highest, Furthest, fastest or better skills. At this time participation is the reward. Points will be awarded for looking at the content and engaging with it and sharing video’s of their attempts. Please be assured that all video’s are checked and assured before posting so there is no poor content.

The special code for our school is: 24799

Responsible online safety: Children under 13 must have a registered parent account connected to their account.

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Visit the TopYa School Games website here.

Visit the School games highlight videos page here.

View the student tutorial video here.

View the parent tutorial video here. 


Remember to keep up your active 60 minutes a day! You can still complete your miles as outdoor exercise is permitted under government advice. This website has lots of exercises and fun dances to follow. You can sign up for free! This website also has ideas for being active at home and information on how to keep healthy.

P.E. With Joe Wicks free on Youtube











NSCPP Learning – Mental health and wellbeing

Children and young people may be worried about the impact of corona-virus, social distancing or self-isolation.

Childline provides a range of online tools that young people might find helpful while school is closed:

Childline can also give confidential help and advice. Calls to 0800 1111 are free or children can get support online.