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Home-schooling: How to help your child’s online learning

PUBLISHED: 13/01/2021

ParentKind has published a list of free online resources, as has Oak National Academy, which is collated by teachers.

Many schools are also providing lists of resources on a range of topics, to help parents navigate this difficult time, such as:

  • BrainPop - animated videos on topics in maths, science and English
  • Creative Bug - craft lessons, from knitting to jewellery-making, drawing and origami
  • YouTube's Free School - videos on subjects as diverse as the US constitution, coral reefs and the solar system

Many schools already pay for online resources, so it is worth checking which ones you can access, as these will follow the curriculum. 

About half of UK schools use sites such as MathsWatch, for example, which caters for children from Year 4 up to A-level.

BBC Bitesize has lots of content divided into subject and age categories, with much new material added since March.



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