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Cotham Gardens Primary School

A Co-operative Academy

Website Links for Learning

Here is a list of websites (in addition to the daily home learning) which children could use during lockdown.  Most of the websites will be suitable for children of all ages.

BBC Bitesize and Oak National Academy are also brilliant resources to aid your child's home learning. Please click on the logos below to be directed to their sites




A range of activities covering most subjects:                                                          


Doodle Maths






Maths Playground


Maths Frame (For times tables)


White Rose: very good for problem solving and reasoning.

My Maths:  Use your child's login for access to virtual lessons for all year groups

Teacher's Pet - Free weekly pack of resources for home learning

Maths 4 Kids



Literacy Shed


Doodle English


Pobble 365


Oxford Owl


Once Upon a Picture

Teacher's Pet - Free weekly pack of resources for home learning




Digital Library


Love Books!


Free audio books in multiple languages 


Type in the name of the book and read it online!






Teach your monster to read








Body Coach Workout for Children



Fitness for Kids


Fun Indoor Activities


Go Noodle


Children’s Yoga




Cute and easy crafts for children

Step by step how to draw guides


Activities recommended by parents



Write your own song


Create your own music



Survival Guide

A range of activities to help you all through!



From the Library

Frank Cottrell Boyce (Framed, Millions etc) is doing a 5 minute creative writing lesson every day this week at 10.00am, on his instagram page @frank_cottrell_boyce
Illustrators live drawing workshops:  author illustrator of Oi Frog ! (and the other Ois) author illustrator of Green Lizards and Red Rectangles (popular in the library) includes a twelve week masterclass for 6+, storytime and drawing.
Steve Lenton illustrator of books by David Baddiel, Frank Cottrell Boyce and the Shifty McGifty series - on You Tube Draw Along A Lenton.
James Mayhew drawing and story telling on Twitter @mrjamesmayhew #StoryTime4HomeTime
Jarrett Lerner is endlessly updating his resources - very accessible and worth checking out.
Oliver Jeffers continues his story time at 7pm this week - on instagram
Monday The Day the Crayons Quit
Wednesday The Hueys - double bill
Friday Once Upon an Alphabet has lots or resources and links to all things children's bookish.
Some really good makes:   Hazel Terry on Facebook Twitter @artroomplant - How to make a never ending story, a book that eats itself, a 3D rainbow heart and expanding card
For the grown ups to demonstrate their reading for pleasure The Stay-at-Home! Literary Festival:
Authors and poets reading, workshops, Q&As
I started to print some of his comic book sequences and prompts off for the library, they were instantly popular. He has loads of accessible, printable - and fun writing and drawing activities.
A F Harrold is reading a poem every Monday, Wednesday and Friday - very funny and very random...todays is called Bananas Blackbirds.
Oliver Jeffers is live streaming one of his books every day. You can find him on Instagram at 6pm.
Bristol libraries are live streaming a story everyday at 2pm, for a nice bit of post lunch listening. You can find this on their Facebook page.
they are also hosting a World Cup of Children's Books. Starting on Tuesday 24th. 32 books starting and a chance to vote for your favourites. Twitter @BristolLibrary
There are loads of book related resources and activities online, with the current situation in mind.
Here are a few to get started:
Authorfy - free author videos and writing resources
Walker books
Harper Collins
Faber and Faber
Nosy Crow
Random House

YouTube Channels

  • Crash Course Kids
  • Science Channel
  • SciShow Kids
  • National  Geographic Kids
  • Free School
  • Geography Focus
  • TheBrainScoop
  • SciShow
  • Art for Kids Hub
  • Kids Learning Tube
  • Geeek Gurl Diaries
  • Mike Likes Science
  • Science Max
  • SoulPancake

Website recommendations by parents 

Scholastic has created a free learn-from-home site with 20+ days of learning and activities.

Pretend to travel the world..Go on a virtual tour of these 12 famous museumss:

 This is the awesome free curriculum that we use. Everything from reception activities to Year 6 is here!

List of thinking games by grade:

Brains On!

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

WOW in the World

Tumble - Science Podcast for Kids

Daily interactive science experiments (live on Zoom):