Please access home learning below for your child's phase of the school. There are activities to download and complete, ideas for fun and physical activities, websites to explore and app games to complete every day. There are no expectations of how much or what should be done. It is important that the children are relaxed and want to engage.


As children are accessing more online content during this time, please see our Online Safety page if you need any advice on how to manage internet safety and support your child to understand how to keep safe.

If you need support to manage your child's (or your own) mental health, please access our Pastoral Care page for advice and agencies to contact.

There are also the current apps that your child can access at home to support their learning. The children should have usernames and passwords in their home-school diary.

Reading Eggs

Doodle Maths

Times Tables Rockstars

Home Learning

From Monday 6th July 2020, we will be using Oak National Academy for our home learning resources. This website has been recommended by the government to provide opportunities for a range of learning for all year groups. Please click the button below to access the website, then select the year group you require.


Previous Home Learning

Using the links below to access a Google Drive folder, you can find a range of activities for your child's age group. We cannot provide new activities from now but the old home learning packs can still be accessd at any time. You may want to revisit and review work or try some activities you did not have time for.

We have provided numerous activities and there is no expectation of how much show be completed or attempted. As parents, please choose what you feel would engage your child and be in their best interests.

Early Years Foundation Stage (Reception)

Please click this link to a Google Drive folder with activities for learning.

Key Stage 1 (Year 1 and 2)

Please click this link to a Google Drive folder with activities for learning.

Lower Key Stage 2 (Year 3 and 4)

Please click this link to a Google Drive folder with activities for learning.

Upper Key Stage 2 (Year 5 and 6)

Please click this link to a Google Drive folder with activities for learning.

We do not expect parents to print out worksheets and activities, but they can be used as a guide for learning. You can discuss the challenges or activities, or even find something similar online to complete interactively. Children may wish to record something on paper or in any other way but we are not going to be collecting work in. 


BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize - launched on Monday 20th April 2020, they are providing daily lessons on learning in different subject areas via their website, BBC iPlayer or the red button on your TV. 


Physical Activities

real PE at home includes an online programme which supports families to be active, play and learn together. It includes a programme specifically for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 with 12 themes, 6 areas, over 250 activities and challenges and 1000s of hours of fun and activity. This programme is also great for family play and fun.

It also includes a programme for children in Key Stage 2, with daily and weekly guidance provided for both programmes (starting from next week) in addition to an option to choose your own themes and activities.

Click this link to access the online programme and use this information to log in.

Parent email: parent@kingsthorp-1.com
Password: kingsthorp

Click the Real Play activities for family fun.

Local Government Department

Starting on Monday 4th May, the team of School Games Organisers from Northamptonshire Sport will launch a 9 week activity programme consisting of weekly sports challenges, coaching tips, printable sports puzzles and family problem solving activities, all which can be completed in the comfort of your own home with little to no sports specific equipment. Video content and resources will be uploaded daily via the Northamptonshire Sport twitter page (@Nsport) and website (www.northamptonshiresport.org). Viewers will be encouraged to try out the activities at home and share photos and videos of how they get on with a compilation Skills Showcase shared on a Friday afternoon.


Musical Activities

Sing Up             

Sing Up - This link provides access to the Sing Up website that we use in school. There will be videos and resources for you to use to have fun with singing and music.


Website Links

Here are some more opportunities for home learning via websites.

Government recommended websites for home learning (long list)

Oxford Owl - online books and games to support learning

New book from JK Rowling - Read the tale of 'The Ickabog' for free and enter the illustration competition

STEM - activities within science, technology, engineering and maths

TTS - Downloadable workbooks

Scholastic - American grades but different levelled books to read and share

BBC Newsround - information, quizzes, games and puzzles

Super Simple - creative activities for EYFS and KS1

ICT Games - games and activities

Scratch - learn coding

Kitchen Science - experiments at home

Touch Typing - learn to touch type

Pobble 365 - Writing inspiration with a new stimulus every day

Mindfulness and Meditation - videos on how to practice meditation