Quick Links

Useful Links

Tiger Primary School

Online Resources

As you are aware, Teams lessons continue to take place on a daily basis with both live and pre-recorded videos. These lessons are in line with the national curriculum and build upon prior learning. We have created a whole wealth of online learning for your children but are aware that there may be times where children require more support on a particular topic or would benefit from more options.

Here, you will find a wide range of information and resources to support learning at home. We have also added links and ideas for other fun and creative activities. They can be used to supplement the lessons which children are receiving on Teams or to learn some new skills.

We will update this page regularly with additional information and resources we have identified. Please feel free to contribute ideas that we can share on our website. You can do this by emailing the school office.

Equally, we recognise that it is more important than ever to take breaks from the screen. We would love to see photos of what you get up to, without a device. Please send these in via the school office or our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages.

Please click the orange title to be taken directly to the page you select.

English 

  • Phonics play Phonics games and activities- currently free access to the whole site. Username: jan21 Password: home
  • Teach your monster to read – EYFS and KS1 interactive phonics game 
  • Oak Academy - Almost 10,000 free lessons which are made by teachers
  • SpellingFrame- Learn and practise spelling rules
  • ICT Games - A range of spelling, handwriting and grammar games for all ages
  • Oxford Owls - Access to a range of free e books for children aged 3-11
  • Epic booksAccess to a range of free e books for children aged 3-11
  • MrC_EYFS YouTube - Our very own Mr Crockett's YouTube channel
  • RWI Phonics - Access to phonics videos which follow the Read, Write, Inc scheme. 
  • Twinkl- Free access to interactive activities, resource packs, PowerPoints and worksheets across the whole curriculum. Go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS and then visit the Parents Hub.
  • BBC Bitesize  Primary school online lessons
  • Literacy Shed - Activity packs, comprehensions and more
  • Scholastic - Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler Home Learning Packs 3- 7 years

Maths

Science 

Wider Curriculum 

Advice for supporting young people’s mental health and wellbeing (including Covid19 related advice)

  • BBC - Parents toolkit with some tips and useful links  
  • Child bereavement UK - is a support website which provides advice and contacts who are professionally trained in guiding young people through bereavement and loss
  • Family links - have many links tips and ideas to support adults when looking after a child at home
  • Kent Young Carers -a countywide service for Young Carers aged 5-18 across Kent
  • Kent Resilience Hub - a locally generated hub of links to support young people’s emotional wellbeing 
  • MindEd - a free learning resource about the mental health of children, young people and older adults
  • NHS website - with links and advice from the to support young people’s emotional wellbeing
  • NSPCC - offers advice and support to children and families in keeping safe in any situation
  • The Anna Freud Centre - a National centre for children and families who are struggling or would like support with mental health
  • YoungMinds - a children and young people's mental health charity

Adult wellbeing (many of the above links also include adult wellbeing info);

Wellbeing activities

  • Barnardos - brings you ‘Super Seekers’ – a great way to develop life skills for 3-5 year olds 
  • Home Start - indoor and Outdoor activities for families at home
  • Place2be - resources and links to activities from mental health service 
  • The Partnership for Children - resources to boost Children’s wellbeing during the pandemic from 
  • The Red Cross - kindness Activity Pack  
  • The Sensory Project is a website filled with resources for home activities with a focus on those with additional needs  
  • The Scouts - bring you ‘The Great Indoors’; ideas to inspire young minds at home 

Managing Emotions (we strongly advise viewing websites with your child so you are there to support and discuss thoughts and feelings with them)

 

BBC - ideas for helping younger children cope with their feelings (EYFS/KS1) 

BBC why recognising your emotions is important

BBCa collection of learning video clips about different emotions for children aged 7+

 

BBC - 7 techniques for keeping children calm

Headspace - is a source which provides videos to help children and adults get into a calmer frame of mind. It provides activities and videos to follow.

NHS – talking to children about feelings

Save the Children -relaxation tips

Waterford - A collection of mindfulness activities 

Focus on health

BBC – a range or video clips related to very day health and safety matters

BBC - advice for parents/carers on helping children to eat healthily 

NHS Change 4 Life – recipes, activities and advice to help us all make healthier choices

NHS10 minutes Shake up games to get the children moving

Tiger Primary School is part of Future Schools Trust.

Future Schools Trust Registered Office: Hubbards Lane, Linton, Maidstone, Kent, ME17 4HX. Future Schools Trust: Registered in England, No. 06272751 a company limited by guarantee.