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Maritime is a charitable education trust with schools across London and the South East.

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Home Learning Resources

This section of our website has been put together to help support families if their child is at home awaiting test results. Nothing contained here is compulsory; it is intended that families will use the resources as flexibly as they wish.

If you need further assistance, please contact us at

In the following sections, you will find:

  • links to our home learning portals
  • our Home Learning Pack
  • guidance and advice on how to support children at home
  • other links and useful pages

Home Learning Portals

Bug Club Lexia NumbotsTimes Table Rock Stars Purple MashLetter-join 

Twinkl Home Learning Hub 

Online lessons

BBC Bitesize Oak National Academy

Current Home Learning pack (1st - 12th June)

Zoo Project
Click here for the EYFS & KS1 Task List Click here for the KS2 Task List

Home Learning Packs - PREVIOUS


Blue Planet Project
Click here for the EYFS & KS1 Task List Click here for the KS2 Task List


Oliver Jeffers Project
Click here for the EYFS & KS1 Task List Click here for the KS2 Task List

The Circus Project
Click here for the EYFS & KS1 Task List

Click here for the KS2 Task List

Buildings Project
Click here for the EYFS & KS1 Task List

Click here for the KS2 Task List

Dinosaurs Project
Click here for the EYFS & KS1 Task List

Click here for the KS2 Task List

 Supporting your children at home

  • Maintaining a routine and schedule is incredibly important for children (and is very useful for parents as well). This is a suggested schedule that you could use that shows the importance of balancing academic learning, physical exercise, time outside as well as downtime and time as a family. Remember, this may be something that carries on for a long time so keeping things as normal as possible will be crucial.
  • To help make your children feel more comfortable in this unusual situation you should ensure you keep them informed about what is going on. Obviously they do not need all the details that we have as adults, but this website provides 7 practical steps for helping your children feel safe not scared. This visual guide can also be used.
  • Some children are going to find this situation stressful and may become anxious. This website talks about how to help children cope with emergencies.
  •  It will be important for parents to maintain their own mental strength and well-being whilst caring for children full-time and possibly self-isolating. Ideas and suggestions can be found here.
  • Spending time in green space or bringing nature into your everyday life can benefit both your mental and physical wellbeing. It can improve your mood, reduce feelings of stress or anger, and make you feel more relaxed.

It’s possible to still get these positive effects from nature while staying indoors at home. You could try the following:

Spend time with the windows open to let in fresh air.

Have flowers or potted plants in your home.

Use natural materials to decorate your living space, or use them in art projects. This could include leaves, flowers, feathers, tree bark or seeds.

Arrange a comfortable space to sit, for example by a window where you can look out over a view of trees or the sky, or watch birds and other animals.

Grow plants or flowers on windowsills. For example, you could buy seeds online or look for any community groups that give away or swap them.

Look at photos of your favourite places in nature. Use them as the background on your mobile phone or computer screen, or print and put them up on your walls.

Listen to natural sounds, like recordings or apps that play birdsong, ocean waves or rainfall. Get as much natural light as you can. Spend time in your garden if you have one, or open your front or back door and sit on the doorstep.

  • The school nursing team is available for telephone consultations if needed: 

Other useful links

Below are some websites you may find useful to go alongside Bug Club and NumBots, we do not promote just the use of tablets, smartphones or computers. Make sensible choices about screen time for your child.

BBC bitesize 

England: KS1 has games linked to phonics and early reading and writing as well as maths

Northern Ireland: Foundation Stage has games and videos for children

Scotland: Early Level has video clips for children


Blockly Games

Simple introduction to computer programming



Computer programming


National Geographic Kids

Learning, videos and games



Learn languages for free


The Kids Should See This

Educational videos to spark conversation and interest


Crest Awards

Science experiments and awards to complete at home (involves some cost)


PawPrint Badges

Challenges and activities/downloads for free, can purchase the badges once completed.


Cbeebies Radio

Listening activities for children


Oxford Owl

Reading and maths activities


The Imagination Tree

Creative, art, craft and sensory activities


Phonics Play

Phonic games for children to play 



Educational games, mixed ages and all subjects


ICT games

Educational games


Teach your monster to read

Phonics and reading