Home Learning Resources
The following resources were collated in March 2020, when schools first closed to all pupils.
We advise that an adult chooses & checks the activity to ensure they are age appropriate for your child. Please consider online safety when these resources.
It is likely that your child/ren could be spending more time online than they perhaps normally do, therefore online safety is more important than ever. Here are some resources to hep both you and your children with this.
Keeping the mind & body fit
A selection of resources for both mindfulness and PE.
Links to the password resources we already use in school.
A collection of websites and resources aimed at children in Early Years.
Some other of ideas that don’t require a computer…once you’ve read the ideas!
Online resources across a range of subjects
Links to websites which can be used across a range of subjects.
Art and Music
Links to websites for Art and Music.
Links to websites for English: reading, writing, spelling and grammar.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)
Lots of science, mathematics, design and technology and computing activities.
History, Geography, Foreign Language & RE
Lots of resources for History, Geography, Foreign Languages and RE.
A range of documents which providing some guidance to support all year groups from Nursery to Year 6, with handwriting. These are from the handwriting scheme, PenPals which we follow in school.
Museum & Zoo Tours
Links to some Museums, Art Galleries and Zoos that have opened up their virtual doors.
In creating the Learning Projects we fully acknowledge that they cannot replace the quality of learning your child would normally receive at school however, our complete focus has been on creating a set of projects that all children can access to maximise their learning whilst at home. Mellor Primary School would like to thank and acknowledge the Robin Hood Multi Academy Trust for the starting point for the Learning Projects. Mellor Staff have adapted and amended these for our school and children.