Below are links to some online educational resources that can provide support for learning, whilst at home.
Children will have access to online resources identified by their teacher. Children will need to use their myUSO login information to access this resource.
A Parent Guide will be emailed to parents with login instructions. A copy of this will also be attached below by Monday 23rd of March 2020.
Children will have access to 5-minute fitness routines, which we regularly use at school. This requires a password, which will be sent via email to parents. This password cannot be shared with other parents. Please read the instructions in the email when it is sent.
For as long as schools are closed, Audible will be open. From Friday 27th March 2020, children everywhere can instantly stream stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them to continue to imagine, learn and be entertained.
All stories listed on this site are free to stream on desktops, laptops, phones or tablets.
Children will have access to interactive and practical home learning resources that include interactive games, video tutorials and downloadable home learning packs.
Children will have access to activities and learning connected to areas of the curriculum.
Children can practise their Spanish whilst learning at home.
Children can practise maths skills using different maths strand areas of the platform.
Children can read a variety of e-books whilst learning at home.
DK Find Out!
Children can read factual information about a variety of topics.
ICT, Special Needs and Inclusion
Children with special educational needs and disabilities can access a list of sites that provide provision whilst learning at home.
Older children can access information and strategies to help ensure mental health and wellbeing is supported with regard to dealing with COVID-19.
Parents can access for information about how to support home learning in both digital and non-digital forms.
Bloomsbury have published some activity packs and other resources that can be printed off for weekend or holiday periods. Based around some of their more beloved picture books and novels, the activity packs offer a variety of different tasks for children to complete independently.
Penguin Books have also published some activity packs and other resources that can be printed off for weekend or holiday periods. Based around some of their famous picture books and novels, the activity packs offer a variety of difference tasks for children to complete independently.
The Woodland Trust has released some ideas for activities to supplement its regular resource bank that can be completed whilst in isolation. Some activities require visits to a personal garden, however, for those without gardens there are actvities that can be undertaken on balconies and from windows.