Dear Great Waldingfield CEVC Primary School community,

We want to do everything we can to support you in continuing your learning at home. Class teachers have put together a range of exciting websites you can visit. There is also more information about how you can access daily learning activities which your teacher has posted on the Seesaw platform. This can be found under 'Curriculum - Home Learning' or just CLICK HERE

Thank you for remaining at home to keep everyone safe and save lives.

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Home Learning

Welcome to our home learning zone!


We will be using Seesaw to offer daily learning tasks for you to complete at home. You can access Seesaw using your child’s Home Sign In Text Code through the website: or by downloading the ‘Seesaw Class’ app on your mobile/tablet.

On this page we would like to offer some additional resources which you may want to use to support your child’s learning. Please note- the use of any of these resources is optional, but we hope that you will find them useful.

Sites which we use at school

Your child should already be familiar with these sites and they will have a login which may be found in the front of their reading log. If your child does not know their login then they can contact their teacher on Seesaw.

Please note you may need to find the school on these websites for your child to access them using their school login. The school’s post code for this is CO10 0RR.

Additional websites and resources

Many of these sites are offering free or trial periods of their resources. We have broken them down into different subject areas, but many of them will often make links between different subject areas. None of the websites require payment to access, but some may require you to create a free account in order to login and access the site.

English (phonics, reading and writing)

Phonics Play (username: march20 password: home)- phonics games and resources

Phonics Play Comics – decodable comics

Pobble 365- a daily picture prompt and writing/ reading activities

Oxford Owl- lots of reading tips and an online library of e-books

Teach your child to read – Useful for phonics and access to ebooks to help your child read

Get Epic- another e-library of e-books, learning videos, activities and quizzes

Audible- free audiobooks

First News- weekly downloadable children’s newspaper

Plazoom and The Week Junior- ‘Topical Tuesdays’ free weekly children’s newspaper article and activities


Mathsticks- games which can be played at home (offline!)

White Rose- daily video lessons

The Maths Factor - daily sessions and games

Dice games- offline games which can be played with some simple equipment you may have around the house:


Tig Tag World- free science units/ lessons to explore

Grow, Eat, Gift- Nature Based range of activities or

Children’s University- science learning ideas but also lots of other subjects!

Other subjects and general resources

Top Marks- online games for a range of subjects

Twinkl- printable games, worksheets, instructional powerpoints and activities for all subjects

Jump Start Johnny- workout and chillout videos

Go Noodle- workout/ brain breaks

Cosmic Yoga- yoga, mindfulness and meditation

Supermovers- active learning videos

Out of the Ark – fun songs to learn with new ones posted everyday

BBC Teach: School Radio – lots of exciting opportunities to sing and dance along

The Music Interactive Classroom - home and instrumental  activities, apps and games for all ages 4-18

Digimaps – interactive website full of maps from the past and present. Great for developing geography skills

Login is required:

 username: CO100RR
password: thwevs4008


Free streaming of a theatre production of ‘Wind in the willows’

Learn touch typing for free or BBC dance mat typing

If you have a musical instrument at home you could practise your sight reading!

Virtual museum tours


Chatterpack also provides an extensive list of learning resources, including some for secondary and pre-school children which you may find useful. It also includes some helpful resources for talking to children about coronavirus and managing anxiety, as well as a suggested daily timetable which you could follow if you would like to.

We are also aware that some celebrities are streaming daily activities and events for children:



There is a lot of support available to keep your child safe online. Below are some useful links :


  • Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)
  • Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
  • Net-aware (support for parents and careers from the NSPCC)