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There are lots of amazing things to do online but don't forget to be safe online!

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National Online Safety training

that is linked on the same page.

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Check out these FABULOUS and FREE online resources to help extend your learning at home.

Oxford Owl have lots of free resources!

Oxford Owl have lots of free resources! 1

Premier League Primary Stars - Various Subjects

TWINKL.COM NOW HAVE A DAILY TIMETABLE FOR HOME ACTIVITIES!!!!

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Maths

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PE - Keep fit and learn some skills!

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Active Kids do Better
-active home- fun activities to do with the family
- active booster- make up your own routines to do - looks great fun!
- active classroom- a range of clips for different exercises

 
Youth Sports Trust- home learning
- activity cards
- Active breaks with links to different ideas eg on YouTube
- PJ Masks activities

 

 IT - Get coding with Scratch.

The sky's the limit!

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Century Tech is a learning platform where you can register for free for maths and literacy resources.

Espresso with The Discovery Channel

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Espresso is an amazing website full of videos, activities and worksheets across all subjects and year groups.

It also includes the Discovery Channel video collection which has lots of short films about animals, space, transport, etc.

 

Use the web address:

 

www.discoverychannel.co.uk

 

Login in to Espresso from the drop down menu.

 

Username: student35451

Password: parkside

Reading

MyONdigital library is FREE!

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Passwords for the following sites are in your home learning pack.. 

Geography

PSHE

Spanish

Music

Waltham Forest Music Service

We’d like to encourage young people to continue their music practice (if they already have an instrument at home) and very importantly to have some fun enjoying music. Now is a great time to watch a London Symphony Orchestra concert online, learn how to compose your own music or explore a new genre of music.  We’ve put together a list of resources on our website – please do share it with your families and also look out for our social media posts with music education and entertainment ideas:
 

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