Home Learning

All work is now given to your child through Seesaw.

If you are UNABLE TO ACCESS Seesaw, there is plenty of work here, including great weekly home learning grids.

Please ensure your child is reading or being read to daily. Feel free to explore the many links below for additional work.

Check out Lisa Bannon’s music lessons online:


Wellbeing resources:

These are links to materials to support children, families and schools with wellbeing.


Hackney Learning Trust weekly Grids:

These are great and many activities do not rely on the internet or use of any technologies.

Home Learning Lets Grow 150620

Home Learning Lets Experiment 080620

Home Learning Let’s Explore 010620

Home Learning Lights Camera Action.170520

Home Learning Lets Move Around 110520

Home Learning Earth Wind Fire and Water 270420

Home Learning Awesome Amazing Animals

Easter Holiday learning Activities 300320 ‘Fabulous Fantastic Food’

Suggested Home Leaning Timetable:

PLEASE NOTE: The timetable is only a guide and does not need to be followed strictly. Do what you are able. Some children will need regular breaks and activity.

Example daily home timetable

Home Learning Expectations:

The school will:

  • – Provide sufficient work to ensure children are able to continue learning when at home during term time.
  • – Provide a suggested timetable for parents to follow if they wish.
  • – Set work sufficient for each week.
  • – Use the school website to post work so all families who are able to, can access.
  • – Print packs out weekly for those families who are unable to access the internet or a printer.
  • – Check in weekly on each child to see how they are and how they are finding the work.
  • – Check more vulnerable children and families twice a week.

Parents will [assuming child and parent are well]:

  • – Find time and space for the child to do the work set by following the suggested timetable
  • – Support the children in their work if necessary.
  • – Ensure the children are doing the work to the best of their ability.
  • – Ensure work is kept in a book or folder [the school will provide this]
  • – Ensure children are reading regularly and keeping a reading diary.


Child friendly resources about COVID-19:



General Ideas:

Non-screen activities – from Pobble

Extra ideas for Learning at Home

Resources that cover all curriculum areas:

Sign up here for 1 months free subscription to Twinkl for loads of resources and activities. Use the code UKTWINKLHELPS

Classroom Secrets – just released packs for each year group, around 50 pages or so. Tons of activities for maths & literacy. Children can also sign up for a ‘KIDS’ account, which is free:


BBC Bitesize is always reliable and has some great resources for all ages:



12 Ideas for reading and writing

KS1 talk about a book spinner

KS2 talk about a book spinners

Hackney’s e library is available free of charge for all Hackney Residents, all you need is a library card and pin number to access it. If you aren’t a member, register her:


For recommended reads for each year group and lots of other information about reading click here

Free classic children’s books on PDF/audiobook format: Click here

For a daily picture stimulus with engaging activities associated to the picture: http://www.pobble365.com/

For a writing stimulus to engage children: http://www.phoenixjuniors.co.uk/wp-content/closurework/Year%204%20Independent%20Writing%20Activities.pdf



Times tables Rock Stars [children should know their login details!]:


Prodigy maths:



Free science lessons here.

Science awards you can complete at home:


Lots of free resources for primary aged children:


Science games:



Try doing a project using topics resources from here.

Big History Project for Y5 and 6:



National Geographic activities and quizzes:


Geography games:



Creative arts and crafts activities for the very youngest

Free art activities:



Learn languages for free:


BBC Bitesize also has a really good languages section


Creative computer programming


Learn computer programming skills: