Home Learning

  • 18/03/2020
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In the coming days, we will provide some stage specific learning opportunities for children to work on at home.

To continue learning at home for now, children/parents can access a number of online resources:

Twinkl is offering a free account to all parents/carers now.  Go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and use the code UKTWINKLHELPS

Sumdog is offering free accounts to all parents/carers so that children can practice their mental maths and numeracy skills.  Go to sumdog.com/parent/sign_up

All children have access to RM Easimaths and to Education City which offer a wide range of online resources sorted into age/stage categories.  Children already know their log-ins for this, but we will provide a new copy to all children still at school.

Collins are offering a range of spelling, reading and times tables resources for free on their website.  These include reading and times tables resources.

BBC Author’s Live videos are available to watch on the Scottish Book Trust Website 

eBooks for Early/First level can Oxford Owl

There are lots of resources available on:

Top Marks

Doorway Online

Literacy Shed

Mathematics Shed

STEM Resources

Primary Resources

BBC Schools Website:


Brain Pop: (requires sign-in)


BBC Bitesize:


Activity village:


Ed Shed: (requires sign-in)

Teach Your Monster to Read: (requires sign-in)


Sumdog: (requires sign-in)



STEM Glasgow:



Scholastic Learn at Home is offering 20 days worth of free articles, stories and learning challenges at www.scholastic.com/learnathome

Picture News have also supplied a range of resources based on modern studies, which is suitable for children in the upper primary stages.  This week’s resource can be downloaded as a zip file here.

For PE/Activite learning, you can access free resources on https://www.gonoodle.com/ or cosmickids.com/

The BBC Children in Need website has links to lots of resources that you can download with a health and wellbeing theme.

You can also search for ‘Joe Wicks 5 Minute Workouts’ online to view the primary age workout videos.

This page will be updated regularly to provide more opportunities for learning activities.

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