Home Learning at The Mead Schools
We encourage you to explore learning outside of school. There are some amazing resources that you can share with your child/children to extend their wider subject knowledge and for fun.
Please find below lots of home learning resources to enjoy together as well as ways to ensure you remain safe online.
Click on the links below to redirect you to the subject resources.
We have checked the websites on this page and we do recommend them.
Before you access the home learning websites we would like to share some websites to support parents and children being safe while online.
Please take time to access these 3 different links (to the right) to raise awareness of internet safety, before proceeding to the home learning links in the grey boxes below.
Home Learning Resources
Story museum is another great website to support your child with reading and enjoying books. There are story activities for age groups which then have further links to other websites for stories. There is also a section on the story museum website where you can choose from a story genre to share with your child.
Here are some more websites to engage children with reading:
There are good links to quizzes on this website too!
If you would like to update your experience of maths skills then we have compiled guides to help you for any primary age child. We have also made a collection of Bare Necessity games which we use in school that are perfect for you to use at home too.
We subscribe to My Maths and Mathletics in KS2. Your child will be provided with an individual password for logging on, both at home and in school. These sites are particularly useful in helping to develop your child’s mental agility and to help consolidate their learning at school. You can support your child by encouraging them to access these sites regularly and by talking about their progress/achievements with them.
Modern Foreign Languages
Beliefs and Ideas The following website gives you the opportunity to listen to children and young people talking about their beliefs and ideas about life’s ultimate questions. It also gives children an opportunity to record their own views and allows them to explore what other people of their own age think about different topics.