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Learning at Home

We recommend the following websites and activities for parents and children.

    Home learning activities set by Webster teachers:

    Click on a year group to see learning for English, Maths, Science, Topic and Wellbeing as well as letters from teachers.

    You don't need to print everything... some of the packs contain a lot of work! 

    Contact the teachers on the following email addresses: 

    Mathletics, Spellodrome & Reading Eggs:

    • Pupils have logins for Mathletics, Spellodrome and Reading Eggs- these are all fantastic resources for home learning- please see your child's teacher if they don't have a login.  

    Accelerated Reader:

    • Log in to Accelerated Reader
    • All children should have an Accelerated Reader login, please ask your child's teacher for more details. Click on the accelerated reader icon and then search for a book to complete a quiz about! There are over 7000 free ebooks to read!

    BBC Bitesize: 

    Maths, English & Topic:

    Phonics & EYFS:

    Staying Healthy: 





    • Learn to illustrate! Drawing videos and activities with illustrator Rob Biddulph
    • Writing and art inspiration
    • Into Film have produced a series of film guides - which are designed as informal discussion prompts for use after viewing a film. They also feature extension activities that children and young people can take part in on their own. There are over 50 film guides with extension activities to help keep young people of all ages engaged.
    • Learn about artists and find some great activities at the Tate Galleries online: 
    • Mini Music Makers activities and videos from Manchester Camerata

    Activity Packs:

    Indoor activities & daily tasks:

    News and radio websites for children:

     Guidance for Parents:

    Supporting pupils with additional needs:

    • Supporting pupils with Autism during Coronavirus lockdown- a podcast for parents/carers 
    • Resources for pupils with SEND from The Birches School 
    • Social stories, talking mats, support for parents and addressing worries for pupils with Autism.
    • Speech and Language resources for families and schools
    • Sensory activities
    • Sensory Stories Podcast and activities
    • Home access to Clicker
    • One Education- talking to children about Coronavirus and contacting an Educational Psychologist:   Educational Psychology Helpline for parents/carers of children with an autism diagnosis from North, Central or South Manchester CAMHS   

      Need help with issues relating to educating your child/young person at home and responding to learning, behaviour, anxiety and mental health needs? Educational Psychology have a helpline offering problem-solving conversations to parents of children with SEND.

      You can contact them on 0161 276 0118, Monday to Friday, 1pm - 3pm.

      Educational Psychologists can also talk to parents about supporting children with bereavement and loss relating to Covid-19. You can contact them on 0161 276 0115Monday to Friday, 9am–12 noon.


    An activity about journeys linked to special stories from the Holocaust:

    An information book explaining Coronavirus to children: 

    Curriculum objectives for Years 1-6:

    Topic Knowledge Organisers- Years 1 & 2:

    Topic Knowledge Organisers Years 3, 4, 5 & 6:

    Science Knowledge Organisers Years 1-2

    Science Knowledge Organisers Years 3-6

    Learning Walls- Reading, Writing and Maths for Years 1 & 2:

    Learning Walls- Reading, Writing and Maths for Years 3, 4, 5 & 6: