North Elmham Home Learning Resources & Support
To support our children and their families throughout the duration of schools being closed we will regularly update this page with lots of different resources to help children carry on learning at home. We are also sharing support resources.
All of the resources below are free to use and you do not need at any time to enter any payment details.
We want to ensure that during this extended period all of our children remain safe while online.
Please click to read our Summer Term letter for parents – April 2020
Early Years and Phonics
Phonics Bloom has lots of fun and interactive games to help children learn phonics. From their first letters right up to fluency.
Head to Phonics Play Comics for fun comics to teach children phonics while at home.
From first letters and sounds to full sentences Teach Your Monster To Read helps children read with phonics.
Although all libraries are currently closed the Librarians at Norfolk County Council are collecting lots of great reading resources. Head to their Twitter link to find out more.
Oxford Owl home resources have lots of tablet-friendly books, for pre-school children through to Year 6.
NRich is full of fun and engaging maths activities.
Link for children in Reception and younger siblings
Link for children Year 1 & up.
Encourage a curious mind at Explorify with activities and questions for all ages.
Early Years | Key Stage 1 | Key Stage 2 Learning Resources
Classroom Secrets are also offering free home learning packs click here to go to their site, no code needed.
Twinkl have provided one months free use of their online education resources. Head to Twinkl and enter CVDTWINKLHELPS in the code box.
A new photograph every day to spark children’s imaginations and to encourage creative writing and discussions. Visit Pobble 365 to see today’s image.
Top Marks has lots of interactive activities from Early Years, Key Stages 1 & 2 and right through High School.
The Norfolk County learning team have put together some exciting family courses for adults and their children. There are two age groups 0 – 4 and 4 – 12 so head to the Family Learning page at Norfolk County Council to find out more.
Nelson’s Journey have put together a useful document for parents and carers – Coronavirus Anxiety: How can I help my child?
If you need support through this time for you and for your children, the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families have specific advice and activities to help.
The Children’s Commissioner has put together a guide for children – Children’s Guide to coronavirus which helps explain the situation we are in and how children can stay safe. It also aims to answer questions that children may have that are more difficult to answer including worries, what to do and how to get help.