Academic Life

Lower School Home Learning Resources

Years 3-6 

We hope that you enjoy exploring these online learning resources!


All Subjects

BBC Bitesize – an amazing resource which will help you learn in all your subjects

Lessons and resources across the curriculum


Physical Exercise

P.E. with Joe Wicks

Dance with Oti Mabuse

Yoga and Mindfulness will to help you focus or relax

Go Noodle – a great channel to keep active, work on memory and have fun by yourself or with your family

Lawn Tennis Association – aimed at KS1/2 mainly but some simple ideas to use at home

Swim England – dry land swimming exercise



Let’s go live with Maddie and Greg – a great link for Science fans!

Watch the Live Feed from the International Space Station

National Geographic – brilliant resource for Science and Nature

Live webcams of the animals at the Edinburgh Zoo

Don’t forget to look at the animals at Marwell

If you have Netflix, check out Magic School Bus with Miss Frizz

Google Earth – learn about the world’s geography with this amazing website



A perfect afternoon break or bedtime: Audible // World of David Walliams



Top Marks – fun approaches to learning Maths from Year 1-6

Mathsframe has more than 200 interactive maths games and 300 maths worksheets and assessments linked to the new curriculum

Oxford Owl – have fun practising your maths skills with games, activity sheets and video – for ages 3-11



Develop your coding skills!

RaspberyPi – Digital Making at Home (Coding)



You might like drawing with famous artist Rob Biddulph live

Or maybe try some origami. The animals are brilliant!

Pobble 365 – photos prompt imaginative lessons and responses



Body Percussion Live lessons at 11am



CLE International is offering online books for free at the moment:

Year 3 and 4 French: CLE International.

Download instructions on how to use the site here.

Year 5 French: CLE International.

Children to complete the exercises in the order of the webpages. Under ‘Sommaire’ you can see the programme (which can help you finding the page that you last worked on). Under ‘Resources’ you have the correction of the exercises.

Each year group can also use this website to revise the topics we have covered so far.

Duolingo is a fun app for children and their parents to develop their vocabulary. It also helps making sentences.

Children also enjoy watching French cartoons such as Barbapapa, Les Schtroumpfs, Petit Ours Brun, Sam Sam. T’Choupi, Boule et Bill, Tintin and Asterix.  All available in French on Youtube.