Welcome to Year 6
Here you will find resources and lessons, as well as some links to useful websites and virtual museums that you may wish to view at home with your children.
With children potentially working in a completely different environment at home, below are some resources for online safety that you and your child can view together.
- 123 Home School 4 Me – If you need access to free worksheets and activities, here’s another good place to start. Our friends in the USA have made a really valuable platform here. You’ll need to convert the year groups though! As a rough guide: Reception = Pre-Kindergarten, Year 1 = Kindergarten, Year 2 = 1st Grade
- Active Learn Primary – Teachers are ensuring that children’s reading levels are up to date and this site has many great resources. Children can read a book to you or they can enjoy hearing a book read to them.
- Blockly – Educational games that teach programming
- Blue Peter Badge Challenges – Different challenges for children to work through. 8 badges in total to try to gain!
- Century – CENTURY is the tried and tested intelligent intervention tool that combines learning science, AI and neuroscience.
- DK Find Out – Lots of games and quizzes.
- Education Quizzes – Select the KS1 option from the home page and there are lots of activities here which will help your child recall previous learning.
- First News – Provides schools with a unique platform for news-based learning. Free subscription and resources during closures.
- Kids – Classroom Secrets – Classroom Secrets Kids is offering FREE access to everyone until the end of April 2020. The platform is aimed at primary aged children and covers subjects such as maths, reading, grammar and spelling. The platform is really child-friendly so that they’re able to access it on their own. There’s load of games and interactive activities from phonics to SATs
- Off School Flyer – full of ideas for home learning and fun activities. Head to the Activity Zone for 100s of films, created by teachers, across loads of great topics and themes!
- National Geographic Kids – National Geographic is a great platform for learning and it’s totally free. There’s online games, resources and competitions too.
- Prodigy Maths Games – Free online maths
- Seneca – Excellent to set tasks for GCSE and A Level
- Scratch – Computer programming
- Shaun’s Game Academy – Learn how to make online games here!
- Storytelling with Leicester Libraries – Anansi and the Tiger – told by Hema Acharya
- Storytelling with Leicester Libraries – Nail Soup (retold) a story for older children told by Matthew Vaughan
- Storytelling with Leicester Libraries – The Clay Boy: A story for older Children told by Paul Gobey
- The kids should see this – Child friendly science videos that does not underestimate their ability
- TinkerCad – Free app for 3D Design, electronics coding
- TTS – My Activity Book – TTS Has an aged 5-7 booklet with a Reception one coming soon.
- Twinkl – Instant access to inspirational lesson plans, schemes of work, assessment, interactive activities, resource packs, PowerPoints, teaching ideas at Twinkl!
Access code: PARENTSTWINKLHELPS
- Science Museum – Explore our collection, complete brain-teasing puzzles or learn about science with our range of science games and apps
- London Zoo – here
- British Museum – Free tours and activities
- Google Art Project – Some wonderful pieces from multiple locations across the world
- Guggenheim – A chance to view some of the collection online
- Museum of London – Online games and some activities to do at home
- NASA Langley – Langley Research Center – Virtual Tour
- National Gallery of Art – A chance to view some of the collection online
- Natural History Museum – On this page you’ll find lesson plans and activities for classroom learning, as well as resources to support self-led trails around the Museum
- The Dali Museums – A chance to view some of the collection online
- The Vatican Museums – A chance to view some of the collection online