Home Learning

Welcome to our Home Learning Page

Up-to-date learning materials will now be sent directly to you through Microsoft Teams. To support with this change we have created a useful guide on how to access this platform so that you can continue to receive daily learning materials and other key information.

Information regarding key changes or new material will continue to be provided via our school’s communication platform, Weduc.

Thank you.

Routines and Guides

Please find below key information that may be of use in discussing COVID-19 and any other news or documents related to Home Learning.

Coronavirus- A Book For Children

Home Learning Guidance

Recently, the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) have provided some excellent information on how to talk about key learning with your child as well as information on encouraging children to do other jobs and interests around the house which may or may not link to their home learning packs.

Helping with Home Learning – Creativity and Jobs

Helping with Home Learning

Reading Guidance

Please find below some fantastic tips on reading with your child.

7 Top Tips for Reading at Home

Free E-Books

Please find attached a great link to the Oxford Owl Library of free to access e-books for ages 4-11.

Route of access:

  1. Click on https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/
  2. Click on “Join us” and fill out the free registration form. It is completely free! Make sure you click “parent”.
  3. Then, check you email and click on the link to confirm the free account.
  4. Now, when you log onto https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ , you will see the picture linked to this post. Click on this.
  5. Then, click on the pink button “browse ebooks”.
  6. The next page shows you a list of colour books bands on the right hand side. Look at the books your child took home most recently to find the colour they need. Click on that.
  7. Now, you should see a number of book covers. Each can be clicked on to read like a normal book! Remember it it good for your child to read each book several times to gain fluency and familiarity and for older children developing fluency, re-reading particular pages and or chapters.


Here, please find a timetable to support you in tracking the lessons provided via Whiterose (see Whiterose tab). The website offers video inputs and resources so that your child can independently learn about the maths they would normally be doing in school.

Maths: Week by Week Summer Plan Y1-Y6


Week 1 20/4/20:  Supertato Series

Week 2 27/4/20: Night Pirates / Troll

Week 3 4/5/20: The Very Hungry Caterpillar


Previous Learning

Maths: Week by Week Spring Plan EYFS-Y6


DfE Letters and Sounds Information

11 am – Learning to Blend: Aimed at children in Reception and Year 1 who need extra practice sounding and reading words such as ‘tap’, ‘cap’, ‘mat’, ‘pat’.

10 am – Reception Summer Term: For children who can confidently blend and read words such ‘fish’, ‘chat’, and ‘rain’.

10:30 am – Year 1 Summer Term: For children who can confidently blend and read words such as ‘stamp’, ‘chair’ and ‘green’.

Click here to access the channel.

Update: In addition to the online lessons provided from the school, we have attached below some key information about what your children will be learning during the Spring 2021 term at Park Academy

Power Maths: If your child is in Year 1, 2 or 3, they will be following the Power Maths approach which will be done solely through the remote learning lessons provided by staff.

White Rose: If your child is in Year 4, 5 or 6, they will be following Whiterose, we have included an overview for each group below including some key links on the learning taking place this term.

Year 4:

A multiplication and Division overview

Year 5:

A Y5 multiplication and division overview

Year 6:

Year 6 Geometry: Position and Direction overview

Year 6 Decimals and Number overview

Although we are hopeful that you and your children will continue to access the learning packs published in your children’s year group folders, we would like to provide you with as many resources and avenues that may support you and your delivery of lessons. With this in mind please find attached below the link for Bitesize’s daily English lessons. The site also contains History and Maths but we would encourage you to continue accessing Maths via the White Rose tab as this is what your child will be most familiar with.

Thank you,

Bitesize lessons available, click here



Please find below a variety of activity packs and reading comprehension resources aimed to keep your child developing in their understanding of reading both through texts and visual media.

Key Stage 1 Resources

Key Stage 2 Resources

Reading Comprehension Resources

Further Resources

The ASE have released a term’s worth of lessons based on what your child would normally learn over the course of their current academic year. Some units may have previously been taught to your child however they are worth exploring as many areas are linked or recapped regularly. Please find below links to each year group’s unit of learning, containing some fantastic lessons and investigative opportunities.

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

A universally important skill. If you would like to work with your child on their times tables, we have included some packs below for you including a parent guide.

Pupils are formally assessed on their knowledge of multiplication tables in Year 4 and the knowledge of multiplications is used in every area of maths.


Times Tables Pack Parent Guide







Keeping Active at Home

Safety points:

  • Remember to always wash your hands and the equipment which you use before and after each activity.
  • Make sure you have a suitable space and go outside if you can.
  • Make sure you have a drink to keep you hydrated.
  • Always ask your parents’ permission before you start an activity


If you do not have the equipment required then use your imagination with things you may have at home.


  • Socks rolled up as balls/ beanbags
  • Broomsticks as unihock sticks
  • Washing basket as a net/goal
  • Plastic cups as targets/ catching targets
  • Chairs/ tables as obstacles
  • Empty plastic bottles as bowling pins
  • Pans for throwing and catching targets
  • Cut out Card board boxes as targets

Stuck for ideas?

Consider taking part in Joe Wick’s daily P.E. videos or visit the Elite Sports Academy Facebook page. Elite Sports lead many of the clubs at Park Academy and will be posting daily workouts during this time.



Joe Wick's Daily Workout

STEM Challenges

If your child has an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths. Please visit the STEM website. It has some fantastic projects linked to British Science week, some challenging maths activities and games as well as opportunities for children to explore Information Technology through coding. All available via the link below. There is also another link with simple activities you can do at home.


Science and Engineering Challenges

Mr T Does History

The aim of this pack is to introduce children to the concept of living memory as a chronological term and the disciplinary concepts of continuity and change, evidence and similarity and difference. All evidence can be gathered by speaking to family members over the phone, e-mail or via Skype.

The findings of the enquiry can be presented in whichever way suits your child best – be that using PowerPoint, a non-chronological report or drawing.



Author Challenge

10 Minute Challenges

To win a signed copy of “JUNGLEDROP,” invent a name for a magical creature, a magical object and a magical place that you might find in an enchanted jungle… Write a sentence about each name you invent that describes what it is (and if you want you can accompany each one with an illustration).  

History Challenges

Why not invite your students to take part in the Schools History Project’s nation-wide essay competition in collaboration with a world-leading historian and an exciting education research company?

What is it?

It is an essay competition open with two categories – one for primary-school-age pupils and one for secondary-school-age pupils.
The task is straightforward, they must use the resources at their disposal to answer the following question, set by the world-leading Oxford history Professor Peter Frankopan (@peterfrankopan) and author of The Silk Roads – A New History of the World:

“If 1066 is said to be the most important date in English history, what is the equivalent in another country?”

Also, extra credit will be given for geographical and chronological ambition.

How will you decide on the winner?

The essays, once complete, should be submitted to students’ usual teachers.

Please find out more through the School History Project website by clicking here.


Fancy a brain break? Perhaps you want to flex your artistic muscles? Feel free to follow and draw along with Rob with his daily drawing lessons.







If you’d like to learn more about algorithms and why thinking like a computer can be so useful. Watch the following video on Crazy Characters! Can you and adult make their pictures match through the use of an algorithm? There are so many Computer, Science and Engineering tasks. Follow his daily sessions on his channel to see more.