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Early Years Website Links

BBC Bitesize - this has videos and educational TV shows - the schedule is available at:

The National Academy - This is a series of online lessons (for Reception to Year 6) with video tutorials from class teachers from UK schools and activities.  Your child's class teacher may ask your child to complete set lessons or ask that you follow the schedule for the week - class teachers will let you know via their weekly email/phone call.

-Busy Things. We have paid for a home learning subscription to Busy Things so that we can provide you all with a login for home. These were sent home with children in March (you can also find the login on our weekly newsletter): - audible free stories  - phonic online games    Username: march20         Password: home

- Easy Peasy: This website is currently free (until 31st May) and will send you activity ideas straight to your phone, which use objects that you might be able to find around your home:


- Twinkl has opened up to parents free of charge. It has many learning ideas for Early Years, as well as worksheets that you can download and print at home:


- This is an excellent website. The link to the ‘Activities’ from the home page provides videos for parents that will help them to engage with the age related activities. All activities are aimed at supporting language and communication skills.​​​​​​:


- Simple, fun activities for children from newborn to five, really useful for supporting parents in developing their home learning environment:


- A selection of Literacy activities to use at home aimed at EYFS children :


- Also an a brilliant website from the National Literacy Trust with lots of information for parents. There are more videos to support parents and plenty of activities:


- Guidance to support parents with their child’s learning and development in the early parents on guidance to -content/uploads/2019/01/0778-What-to-Expect-When-2018.pdf


- Listening to stories​​​​​​​: