Useful Websites

You may like to access the following websites which provide additional learning content. Please remember the importance of internet safety – children should not be online for extended periods without supervision. For further information and guidance visit

Mathematics Mastery

Mathematics Mastery, an Ark programme, are the provider of the Atwood Maths curriculum. They have made resources available for free to parents of all primary age children.


Classroom Secrets

There are year group differentiated packs available to download for free. These include a range of maths, grammar and practical project ideas.



This is more for printouts, and usually at a fee, but they are offering a month of free access to parents with the code: UKTWINKLHELPS


NHS Workouts

NHS activities and indoor exercise ‘shake-ups’.


Westminster Library eBooks

Westminster library card holders can access the whole catalogue for free via phones, tables and PCs


Cbeebies Radio

Interactive listening activities, stories and songs for Nursery, EYFS.


BBC School Radio

Interactive listening activities, stories and songs for KS1 and KS2.


Purple Mash

We have paid for all children from Atwood to have log-ins to use this service. It is advert free and has a range of creative tools and games for children to create, save and share project work. Guest Account (password free access):


Oxford Owl for Home

After creating a free account there are lots of free resources for Primary age including ebooks (linked to the Atwood Phonics programme)


British Council

Resources for English language learning


TED Education

All sorts of engaging educational videos


The Imagination Tree

Creative art and craft activities for the very youngest.


Khan Academy

Especially good for maths and computing for all ages. Note this uses the U.S. grade system.



Learn computer programming skills - fun and free.


2Simple Python in Pieces

Step-by-step lessons with videos to teach children how to code in Python.



Creative computer programming.


While we navigate this unusual time it is more important than ever to keep our minds active, healthy and positive. Please see below for links relating to PSHE, Philosophy and Mental Health content:

An excellent website where you can check back weekly for new ideas and resources!

Mind Up is taught in our school and they have made lots available to use at home.

This is an ebook which does cost so only a recommendation, however it may be worth investigation!

The NHS campaign Change for Life has recipes and ideas for activities at home

The Charity Mind has a fantastic website full of resources