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As well as working with schools, The Education People and Children's University staff are committed to supporting children, young people and their families with home learning and enrichment opportunities.

We appreciate that this is an uncertain time for families but we hope that these home learning resources help you enjoy your time with your children, even in times of social distancing, self-isolation and possible lockdown.  Making happy memories, whilst learning during this time, will be very important to all.

These links have been given to us by a variety of partners including The Education People Advisors, Children's University Managers, Learning Destinations, libraries and partners such as the Education Endowment Foundation.  

This section of our website will be updated each day so do come back every now and then to see what's new.  Do click on the subject links on the left tab for more specific resources available to schools and families.


Home Learning Packs from Stonewall

  • At such a difficult and uncertain time, Stonewall knows that education staff, parents and carers are facing unprecedented challenges. However, it's at times like these that we can come together to help each other. That's why Stonewall has launched a series of home learning packs. Whether you're a teacher sending work home for your students, or a parent or carer looking for some activities for your child, these packs are for you. There's a primary, secondary and SEND version of each pack, complete with suggested activities and supporting materials to support your child's learning:
  1. Maths problems learning pack:  There's a primary, secondary and SEND (P-Scales) version of each pack, complete with suggested activities and supporting materials to support your child's learning. Pick and choose the activities to suit your child.  


I See Maths

  • Information, resources and links for the daily home primary maths lessons hosted by Gareth Metcalfe during the UK school closures for Covid-19. 


Stour Academies Trust home learning resources

  • In these uncertain times, the SAT aims to provide quality-learning opportunities for children whilst school closures are in place.

    They will be providing daily lessons for both English and Maths and weekly lessons for Topic and Science for every year group.

    Choose your year group from the link above and every day you can watch a video input from a teacher and view resources and ideas that will help your child complete an activity.


The Maths Factor

  • Unlock your child's maths confidence with Carol Vorderman's maths site for 4-11 year olds. Children can watch her maths videos, play games and practise.  These resources will be free for the duration that schools are closed for most children.


Minecraft lessons

  • Get started with Minecraft: Education Edition using these starter kits, each with lessons, downloadable worlds, and tutorials in core school subjects.


Third Space Learning maths resources

  • As part of Third Space Learning's provision for primary schools they have an online Maths Hub of thousands of KS1 and KS2 maths resources, many of them linked to the White Rose Maths scheme. 



The Education People's home learning resource for Maths Key Stage 3, 4 and 5

  • The Secondary School Improvement Advisors have produced a PDF containing useful Key Stage 3, 4 and 5 curriculum links for home learning opportunities as well as advice for teachers.  You can find that resource here.


Maths (Key Stage 3)


  • IXL Standards for all year groups (for Key Stage 1 to 4)
  • Gain fluency and confidence in maths! IXL helps students master essential skills at their own pace through fun and interactive questions, built in support and motivating awards. 






Maths (Key Stage 4)

  • AS Level resources
  1. AQA - Further Mathematics resources / Mathematics resources
  2. OCR - Further Mathematics resources / Mathematics resources
  3. Pearson - Examiner reports