4. Home schooling
BBC bite size
BBC bite size has content to help you with your childs education and wellbeing that covers a number of subjects and ages:
- Primary school (age 3 - 11) - BBC bite size website
- Secondary school (Key stage 3) - BBC bite size website
- Secondary school GCSE - BBC bite size website
- Post 16 education -BBC bite size website
Tiny Happy People
Simple activities and play ideas to develop your child's communication skills.
- Tiny Happy People - BBC website
Online education resources
A list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home:
- Home education - GOV.UK website
- English - GOV.UK website
- Maths - GOV.UK website
- Science - GOV.UK website
- Physical education (PE) and physical activity - GOV.UK website
- Wellbeing - GOV.UK website
- Special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) - GOV.UK website
Hungry Little Minds
Many little things light up hungry little minds. Kids take everything in, and even the smallest things you do with them can make a big difference.
- Simple, fun activities for kids, from newborn to five - Hungry Little Minds website
Stay Home Superheroes
A short video to help explain why we have to stay at home to children.
- Stay Home Superheroes - YouTube
PE with Joe
Joe Wicks will be hosting a free workout aimed at kids live on his YouTube channel every morning, Monday to Friday at 9am:
- PE with Joe - The Body Coach website
Let's get Oldham talking
Transition Resources for Year 6 pupils
As part of their Resilience programme for Young People, Shared Health have created a set of resources for Year 6's transitioning to secondary school.
- Transition - Shared Health Foundation website