Webster Primary School

  1. Curriculum
  2. Home Learning

Learning at Home

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

    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:

    • BBC Supermovers has fantastic English and Maths videos 
    • KS1 & 2 Maths, English and Science quizzes
    • Maths frame has great maths activities including times table challenges!  
    • Lots of activities from Early Years to KS2
    • Hit the button- practice number bonds, times tables, division facts and more
    • Teach your monster to read- Reading and phonics skills
    • Twinkl: Great home learning activities by year group 
    • Classroom Secrets- great maths, reading, grammar, spelling and history activities for all year groups
    • A range of resources collated by a primary teacher and being updated daily
    • Teach Primary- resource for all subjects- free membership!  
    • A range of suggested resources for all children across the school
    • Borrowbox - if your child has a Manchester Library Card you can borrow online books using the number on the back of your library card.
    • Audible - Free books for children to listen to whilst school is closed.
    • Special Times, Special Stories from Holocaust survivors- listen to stories and share your own.
    • Oxford Owl- Free e-books for children

    Phonics & EYFS:

    Staying Healthy: 



    Speech and Language resources:




    Indoor activities & daily tasks:

    News and radio websites for children:

      Supporting pupils with additional needs: