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'Learning Without Limits'



KS1 Home Learning

Learn Simple Sign Language


We have been given access to some simple signing lessons, which you might want to try at home.  Please click on the topic for a sheet showing the signs, together with an introductory video.


Free of Charge Conductive Music Workshop for Years 1 and 2. Details of the workshop are on page 2 of this document. A great opportunity!

Additional Home Learning


Please find below some links to home learning for those who require additional support in the current circumstances.

Useful Websites For Year 1 and 2 children



Doodle Maths -

Numbots (Year 1 only) -


Times Table Rockstars (Year 2 only) -


Topmarks -



Love My Books have a range of activities and resources linked to good-quality books.  Some of these books have links to videos of them being read whilst others should be available to buy online.


Authorfy have some free reading and writing activities at


The Literacy Shed


Phonics games can be found at


Teach Your Monster to Read has some simple games for early reading and phonics skills:



Incredibox allows you to create your own music using beatboxers.  There is an App which is available to purchase for most devices, but there is also a free web version at:



Joe Wicks is doing fitness sessions for children at 9am every weekday.


David Walliams will be reading from one of his stories at 11am every day on:



Basic greetings in Spanish: 

Video - numbers to 20 in Spanish song: 

Spanish numbers worksheet:

The colours in Spanish video:

The colours in Spanish PowerPoint:

The Spanish - colour by numbers worksheet:

Video: Members of the family:

Members of the family worksheet:

Duolingo (free site, registration required): -

123 Teach Me have some vocabulary resources:

Calico Spanish have some songs on their YouTube channel: 

OnlineFreeSpanish have some free lessons and printable resources:

Year One have been learning about letter writing this week.  With restrictions on older people going out, why not write a weekly letter to someone?
Here are some ideas to support your children in their topic learning. Most we have introduced already at school. The essential resources will come home in the packs on Friday but additional resources to support this learning can be found below. You shouldn't need to print anything extra - most resources can be read from your screen.

Some activities that children could do at home without a device