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The Young People’s Trust for the Environment have produced home learning packs to support parents and carers whilst their children are at home during the Covid-19 lockdown. Click the link button below for the resources.

TTS Home Activity Book


This activity book can be printed or the activity sheets can be recreated by redrawing them onto paper or in a notebook. This is a one stop activity book that includes literacy, maths, art, PE and lots of other subjects.



Twinkl is a fantastic website used by teachers and parents all over the country. You can download worksheets and activities for every subject or theme imaginable. To support parents during this period of school closures Twinkl are offering a one month ultimate membership to their website for parents, for month you can access all of their resources. Follow this link to their website and create an account.

The link will take you to a page that Twinkl have set up just for the one month offer in the box titled ‘New to Twinkl’ fill in your email account, choose a password and pick parent from the drop down box under ‘Occupation’. The offer code as you see in the example to the left is already added so press the ‘Signup & Subscribe now!’ button read the terms and conditions and you can access all of the fantastic resources!





Hamilton are an online resource website and are producing free packs for English and Maths for each year group. Packs for Week 1 are being added as soon as they are completed and will all be available by the end of the week. Further packs will follow. Keep checking back for more packs or visit the website using the following link.




The packs are being produced for each year group follow the links below for the pack for your child’s year group.



The White Rose Maths Team has prepared a series of five maths lessons for each year group from Year 1-8. They will be adding five more each week for the next few weeks. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully.






This document gives you ideas, activities and projects for your child or your whole family.



The documents below are Home Learning packs from Classroom Secrets, they cover topics in Maths and English in worksheet format. Each learning pack is aimed at a particular year group.





Our Italian teacher has provided our students with a wealth of resources to keep their Italian practice well oiled during the closure period. Click on the link below for all the resources you will need.



I See Maths are producing video lessons which they are posting up on their website and on YouTube. Parents can sign up on the website and be added to the mailing list to receive updates on resources and ideas and support. Alternatively you can subscribe to the YouTube channel as videos are being posted daily. The links the website and the YouTube channel are below.



Website: http://www.iseemaths.com/home-lessons/


YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfyh0qIIwTEV8ktNRI0x5-g?view_as=subscriber



As you have probably heard, public Catholic Masses have been suspended for the foreseeable future. We know that our Year 3 children’s First Holy Communion has been provisionally postponed to a later date, a letter has been sent home and is available on the website. 

At home, family prayer time could be included into your daily timetable. This could be a useful time to teach your children the traditional prayers such as ‘Our Father’, ‘Hail Mary’, ‘Glory Be’ etc.


CAFOD - https://cafod.org.uk/Education/Home- learning-primary

Other websites:






Ten:Ten Resources to use at home

'Ten :Ten' produce resources that we use at St Joseph's throughout the school year for Religious Education lessons and Collective Worship.

We would like to share this useful website so you are able to access resources from home at this difficult time.

We recommend: Prayers for Home throughout the Easter Season  

 The links below will take you to these free resources:








With everything that has been going on over the last few years and now that children have more and more access to information, young people today are more aware of current

affairs than ever before. This has led to more interest in Government and in particular; Parliament. Follow the link below to the UK Parliament website with lots of information and even a virtual tour of the Palace of Westminster.


UK Parliament Website

Virtual Tour