We have found some fantastic and fun websites that could be used at home with your child and family to add variety to the home-learning experience. There is a mix of the educational to the purely for fun and everything in between. The following suggestions of online resources have all been viewed and trialled by a range of staff and we are confident that there is something for everyone.
As usual the BBC have a wealth of easily digested information and educational resources on their site. In addition, the BBC are now adding Daily Lessons every day for each year group.
Families Under Pressure is a resource that you may find helpful and share with colleagues and friends. The resource offers simple tips and tricks, formulated by researchers
and NHS mental health experts, which are backed by science and proven to work
The Healthy Parental Relationships page on the NCC website is also a very useful resource to refer families and colleagues to for support.
The resources can be accessed by clicking the links below
The online world is a necessity for many children in accessing school work
and it delivers huge benefits, not least in enabling us to stay connected to
family and friends. However, many parents may feel
concerned about the content their children are accessing. The document here contains help and contact information if you have any concerns.
BBC Sport and Public Health England's Couch to 5k smartphone app will get you confidently running 5k in just nine weeks. Couch to 5k builds you up with time and effort, so you'll always be impressed with what you can do. You can choose from five virtual coaches who will guide you through the programme.
The Learning Disability Matters for Families website was launched earlier this year to support families and carers of children and young people with a learning disability; offering advice and guidance, support, useful tips and contacts. The website has been updated to include some information around Covid-19 specifically relating to resilience and health and wellbeing of families.