Additional Resources for Home Learning
Oldham Theatre Workshop present Storytime Festival
Experience a range of stories presented to you from May 11th for four weeks.
Gallery Oldham Art Exhibition at your fingertips
There are powerpoints to teach you all about the following ideas: click on the link above to find out more.
British Red Cross - Power of Kindness
Downloads for the British Red Cross "Power of Kindness" Activities:
Which online lesson will you choose?
Choose from a selection of lessons as put on newsround
The Maths Factor
Carol Vorderman's "The Maths Factor" website is currently FREE for everyone (usually about £2 per week) to support childrens’ continued learning at home for the duration of the UK Schools closure period.
Practise reading at home
Help your young child learn to read, and love to read, with the Oxford Owl eBook library, containing over 100 free eBooks. The eBooks have been developed for children aged 3–11, to teach them to read using phonics.
Increased awareness of autism
Fantastic Reading Resources
(see links below)
BBC Sounds Audio Books
The BBC Sounds website has a good selection of audible books for children in the "Classic and Period" section of their "Drama" collections - there are some great novels, podcasts and music collections for adults too (just in case you want something good to listen to as you're working from home):
The Reading Realm
Try this daily story and activities linked to it.
Oliver Jeffers - Stay at home - listen to a story every day
Free E book library - choose from an amazing range of books available.
Great resource for phonics in a fun way
Teach your monster how to read
Spelling frame- select your age group and choose patterns to practise
Try this range of online resources linked to other subjects
Resource list (click here)
Daily lessons (click here)
Arts and crafts