On this page you will find links to explaining coronavirus, home learning resources and online games.

Please click on links and boxes below to download or open websites.
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Active Wellbeing

The Wellbeing Activity Packs (pdf) includes:

  • Tips Sheet of how to adapt your activities with different equipment ideas
  • 6 Physical Activity cards to do with your family
  • Mindful and Meditation cards
  • Healthy and Easy Recipe ideas
Active Wellbeing Pack

Playing Fair: The Story of Fairtrade Footballs

We are a Fairtrade School

Text © Fairtrade

How are footballs made? And why do we need Fairtrade footballs?

To find out, we go to Sialkot in northern Pakistan to see the production process first-hand. We speak to stitchers and workers in two factories who talk about the difference that Fairtrade has made to their lives.


We’re going bananas for Fairtrade

Bananas are one of our best loved fruits. We eat 5 billion of them each year in the UK. This film tells the story about some of the people who produce bananas for us and their journey to getting a fairer deal supported by Fairtrade.


Inclusive Activities at Home

Text © Ignite and Access Sport

Welcome to the latest edition of our newsletter with our different inclusive activities to do whilst you’re at home. Also look out for the great video congratulating East London Race Running winning Access Sport’s Inclusive Club of the Year award!


Link: Home Activities
Link: Inclusive Activities

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If you are missing storytelling sessions with our superb librarian Caroline, then join her for a very special reading of A Bottle of Happiness by Pippa Goodhart and illustrated by Ehsan Abdollahi.

Caroline’s Blog:
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Play free games and quizzes, find art activities, explore homework help and share your art with Tate Kids.

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Calling all kids! We need your help designing a superhero-themed bear

Text © John Lewis Website

In honour of our incredible carers at the NHS, we need designs for superhero-themed bears – don’t feel like you have to stick to the traditional brown bear – we want to see all kinds of super teddies.


Try and incorporate unique elements through colours, patterns, capes, masks – whatever feels exciting for you, but please avoid using any recognisable icons in your designs, such as the ‘NHS’ lettering or Superman logos.

Full details here:

Super hero bear

Coronavirus resources for children and families

Text and image © Sheffield’s Children NHS

Helping children and young people cope with the information and changes related to the Coronavirus can be a huge challenge. From social distancing and quarantine to school closures and increased awareness of infection and hygiene – there is a lot to process for children and families.

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Coronavirus a book for children

By Elizabeth Jenner, Kate Wilson & Nia Roberts
Illustrated by Illustrated by Axel Scheffler

Text © Coronavirus a book for children

There’s a new word you might have heard. You might hear people talking about it or you might hear it on the news. This word is the reason that you’re not going to school. It is the reason you can’t go outside very often or visit your friends. It might be the reason why the grown-up or grown-ups who look after you are at home. The word is Coronavirus.

DOWNLOAD | Link: Coronavirus a book for children.pdf

Coronavirus a book for children

Coronavirus: supporting bereaved children and young people

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Everyone is talking about coronavirus and its impact. Adults are being encouraged to work from home, some schools are closing, children’s parties being cancelled and people are choosing to self-isolate and not see friends and relatives at this time.

All children will have questions about the effects of the virus but for children who have had someone important die or have a member of their family who is ill, this anxiety is likely to be heightened. Parents have been asking us how to reassure bereaved children and young people who are worried about the effect of this virus on their family.


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Downloadable Resources

Coronavirus friendly and re-assuring visuals for young people

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Coping Skills

Coronavirus Explained


Free Online Resources

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For any families that use twitter, look at the hashtag #FreeBookResources for loads of activity ideas, recorded story times, colouring sheets…all sorts of stuff!

Bag Books have some sensory stories you can make at home:

And don’t forget public library ebook lending, for Greenwich:

National Literacy Trust have a family portal that is regularly updated with resources:

UCL Institute of Education has complied lists of resources to help parents, carers and families supporting children’s learning from home:

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Sensory Activity Downloads


Class Angel (PMLD) recommends some routine songs


Class Angel (PMLD) recommends favourite action songs



Class Angel (PMLD) recommends favourites for free time

Websites for children and young people

Vending machine

Picture News e-resource  |  15 June
Story: One parent’s solution to helping her children manage money during the lockdown period was to buy a vending machine for the family!
Question: How should we learn to manage our money?
Virtual Assembly: Now live on the Picture News Vimeo channel!

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News England Coverage document – Summer 1 2020 (pdf)

Black Lives Matter 2020 Resource – June 2020 (pdf)
Picture News Special Resource – Black Lives Matter (pdf)

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Mister Tumble

Something Special
Class Angel’s favourite TV show.

Websites for parents/carers

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Widgit: To make sure symbol users have access to the systems and resources they need, Widgit are offering free and unrestricted access to Widgit Online and it’s ready-made materials for 30 days. Use Code: WIDGIT30
Sign up HERE

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National Literacy Trust: As a response to school closures, we have developed a comprehensive web portal for parents, to support you during this time. Over the next days, weeks and months we will be updating this as often as we can with new and useful content for parents.

Open university web page

Open Learn: Anyone can learn for free on OpenLearn, but signing-up will give you access to your personal learning profile and record of achievements that you earn while you study.

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Online Resources

National Autistic Society

Here’s the latest guidance on coronavirus and useful information.


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Council for Disabled Children

Coronavirus support for parent carers and children & young people

The situation with COVID-19 is rapidly changing. We are following government advice on how to stay healthy and safe during this time. We have gathered a list of helpful resources about coronavirus to share with parent carers and children & young people. We hope that you find this information useful:



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Online Education Sites and Games

If you require your child’s password and are away from school please email Kathryn.

  • KAZ Type

We have access to the online Kaz Touch Typing programme
login page:

For students: Logins can be set up for students also, this program has been especially set up for those with additional needs. If you would like a login for yourself or for your students please email James Joseph:  

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  • Help Kidz Learn

If you would like to play some of the games on this site, please speak to your form tutor to access the username and password.

  • Education city

Fun educational games in the form of online activities for children and interactive whiteboard resources for teachers. Please speak to your form tutor to access the username and password.

  • Espresso Education

A cross-curricular digital learning platform for teachers and students.

  • Switch Games

An increasing number of switch-accessible online games are becoming available. Have a look at the links below to see the latest games available.


This is an online switch game designed to encourage participation and competition between two switch users. It is also available to download.


Sprouts, sprouts leave them all out (this is the veg I can do without…). A great game accessible with two switches set to act as the left and right arrow keys.

  • Mouse Games

There are loads of fun games on the Internet that are accessible to people who can use a mouse, rollerball, joystick, headpointer or eyetracking system.


Try making some of your own modern art! You’ll need to be able to use a mouse, rollerball, joystick or headpointer. Click the mouse button to change your paint colour.


Make Gonzo fly from a cannon! See if you can get him to land in a bucket. You’ll need to be able to use a mouse, rollerball, joystick or head pointer.


Assistive Technology in Education

CENMAC recommends:

CENMAC is a team of advisory teachers who support pupils who have difficulties accessing the curriculum because of a physical disability. We assess and review the progress of pupils, train the staff working with them and loan appropriate equipment. We work across the Greater London area, with pupils and students aged 2 to 25 with Education Health and Care Plans.

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