Documents to help when using Teams and Office 365.
Grammar and Maths Reminders
The links below are for the previous academic year (2020-21). Work for the current academic year is above.
The links below relate to home learning from last academic year (2019-20). For the most recent set of home learning tasks for any children self-isolating, please use the links above.
Working from home
Welcome to the Trailblazers 'working from home' page, please click on the links (pictures) to open work your child can do from home on a laptop, computer or tablet.
Look at our links below for resources to help with your learning.
Link to purple mash login
Link to MyMaths login.
Reading at home
Storytime Video Portal
Some of our fantastic volunteers have recorded themselves reading stories and we shared these with all schools in the Summer term. A number of supportive publishers have extended their permissions for us to share these stories plus some new recordings. These are all available on the Storytime video portal:
The link: https://www.schoolreaders.org/storytime
Follow the link below to a Youtube video of a story:
Disney Imagineers and complete project-based exercises to design a theme park of your very own.
Range of different genre film clips and links to writing ideas
Lots of free resources for Primary age.
Unlimited free books and audio books for children in school but now have access at home.
Disney themed workouts to do at home.
This blog has loads of links to websites with activities for your children to do. Please do be aware that this blog has many links to mixed ability resources.
Code from home.
A range of learning packs for all year groups (Please make sure you select correct content to your age)
Free maths app.
BBC Bitesize has lots of fun fee activities for all subjects.
Games and videos for working out.
Twinkl is offering 'One Month Ultimate Membership', totally free of charge, this site is full of useful resources to keep children busy.
Setting this up is really easy to do just enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS
Joe Wicks - YouTube videos for getting active at home.
You Tube videos on many subjects - this site is American and covers advanced subjects.
As above for a younger audience - these videos are aimed towards KS2 pupils.
Useful tips on how you can get active when you're at home.
Tinkercad is a free, easy-to-use app for 3D design, electronics, and coding. It's used by teachers, kids, hobbyists, and designers to imagine, design, and make anything!
Wide range of cool educational videos.
Learn languages for free. Web or app.
A range of KS2 work to get active.
Creative computer programming - free games.
Disney themed workouts.
All sorts of engaging educational videos - Some of these videos have advanced content.
Activities and quizzes
Resources for English language learning for all ages.
10 Fun & Creative Things to do at Home with Kids