If you have completed your Seesaw activities, and you have time for some extra learning, you can find online lessons and activities on the BBC Bitesize page. Click here : https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize
The 'Oak National Academy' also has some excellent video-based topic lessons.
Also, click here for a wide variety of educational online games : Top Marks
The NRich website has an excellent range of maths games and activities, and is highly recommended for pupils of every age and ability : NRich
Oxford have a free e-book Library - Use the drop down menu to search for a reading book at the right level. At Eastburn, we use Read, Write, Inc and Oxford Levels.
You can also download and read e-books through Bradford's online library service.
Phonicsplay - Phonics games suitable for Reception, Year 1 and 2.
Squiggle Park - Reading skills and comprehension from 3-14 years old
Teach Your Monster to Read - A reading site that is free on the website or has a paid for downloadable app
Edinburgh Zoo Webcams - Watch Pandas, Penguins, and other animals
Mystery Doug - All sorts of science investigations and videos
History Story Time - A podcast website that tells stories of historical events to a 5 year old girl named Sophie
Western Approaches (WW2) - This will be streaming live facebook history lessons on life in Wartime Liverpool for Primary Schools. They'll include a live tour around Western Approaches bunker and our wartime street to discuss the Battle of the Atlantic, the role of Liverpool during the war, rationing, air raids and more. All free of charge, and any child that completes the lesson will get a free entry pass to Western Approaches worth £8 when we eventually re-open.
Natgeo Kids - Loads of resources for wider curriculum activities
Artist Rod Biddulph is doing some draw alongs via his twitter account
Daily action songs - Out of the Ark music are releasing some great songs to sing along with. Look out for spring Chicken!
Key Stage 2 children may remember listening to Steve Reich's Music for 18 musicians on our partial closure days. To develop this music at home follow this link, no instruments needed!
Staying safe online - check out the Be Internet Legends website for regular updates.
CEOP On line safety - Live streaming
Teach your child about online safety at Thinkuknow
Hour of code with code.org - a website based resource that the children are already familiar with. Free. High quality, with input from industry leaders.
Scratch.mit.edu - Set up your educational account for free
Keep kids coding - get resources for free, use Python and Blockly to code a free shopping delivery game.
KS2 French via the BBC's Radio Labo
Memrise - A language learning website with loads of options
Duolingo - a free app which allows you to select the language of your choice. Can be played on android or i-phones.
Visit the link to try out some Quizlet activities to recap basic French phrases - for example, family, talking about yourself, numbers to 20, numbers 21-100, pets, leisure, school subjects, preferences, at the cafe, le corps (the body),
Sport and PE
PE with Joe Wicks - Every week day at 9am, give your body a bit of a work out
Go Noodle - a fun website with dance and PE moves to get you up and going in the morning, or at any time!
MCN List of Virtual Tours - There are a vast number of links on this page, take time to explore it
The Metropolitan Museum, New York via Google Arts and Culture