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Learning At Home

Virtual Learning Platforms

Pupils at Ghyllgrove have home access to the services below.

Click on the following links and they will give you information about how to log on as well as access to the appropriate website:

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Learning From Home


As part of Ghyllgrove's effort to offer learning opportunities whilst children are absent from school; the following websites can be used to download resources and print or view at home:


LGfL - London Grid for Learning

Ghyllgrove is now in partnership with LGfL - a national grid of support for teaching and learning. In support of continuing meaningful educational activities, access to the majority of LGfL Learning Resources will be changed over the next month to be open access (ie. requiring no log in) for members of the LGfL community.

Children at Ghyllgrove do not currently have a login as the partnership is brand-new but, as stated; LGfL has opened their resources to launch for free and without a login at home.


EYFS Resources

KS1 Resources

KS2 Resources




Twinkl is a fantastic website that produces engaging and systematic resources, perfect for keeping your child busy during any time away from the classroom. To support you during the current climate, Twinkl is offering every parent in England access to all Twinkl resources with a One Month Ultimate Membership, totally free of charge.

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Hamilton Trust

Hamilton Trust will be making learning packs available for children to access free of charge at home:


Maths - a daily dose

  • A worked-through reminder of the learning involved, followed by practice sheets, usually with a choice of ‘Mild’ (easier) or ‘Hot’ (harder).
  • An ‘If You’re Stuck’ sheet with an activity covering pre-requisite skills.
  • Mastery questions so children can check that they’ve nailed it.  

English - a daily dose 

  • A text for comprehension or writing stimulation. Questions and answers to go with this.
  • Learning Reminders focussed on two or more SPaG topics
  • SPaG exercises 
  • Fun-Time Extras - things children will want to do! 


Packs for Week 1 are being added as soon as they are completed and will all be available by the end of the week. Further packs will follow.


Learning at Home Packs for Maths

Learning at Home Packs for English


Learning at Home Packs will continue from Week 3 onwards, as a progression of materials in maths and English to replicate what would normally have been taking place in school.
Hamilton is planning to continue providing these materials as long as they are needed.


  • Weeks 1 and 2 for English and Maths are on the site.
  • Week 3 will be added soon.
  • Week 4 will follow one week later.
  • There will be a short intermission over Easter.
  • Weeks 5 and onward will follow on.


TTS Activity Packs

TTS have created a curriculum-focused independent learning resource with over 40 home learning activities.

•    Free download to print and share it at home. 

•    Created by teachers 

•    Includes activities for all curriculum areas 

•    Easy to use with all tasks explained clearly 

•    All activities help to revise and embed curriculum learning at home 

•    Mobile friendly


Reception Activity Pack

KS1 Activity Pack

KS2 Activity Pack

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Parent Tutorials

Below is a selection of videos which give you further information about how to support your child's learning at home:


What is Phonics?

Get a definition of phonics and understand the key aspects of learning to read using phonics. Learn more about key terms such as ‘phonemes’, ‘blending’ and ‘tricky words’.


How to support phonics learning at home

Understand learning to read using phonics and how to put reading with phonics into practice at home with Emily Guille-Marrett and her son Albie.


Phonics help: top 10 tips

Get top tips for developing phonics skills at home, advice on decoding and blending words, and how to make the phonics sounds correctly from phonics expert and creator of the Read Write Inc. Phonics programme Ruth Miskin.


Supporting your child's reading comprehension

Understand how to develop your child's comprehension as they learn to read with tips from Emily Guille-Marrett.



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Helpful Websites

Below is a list of other helpful websites which can help support your child's learning at home.


English as an Additional Language (EAL) Resources



Purple Watermelon - Home Learning advice and ideas SATs Practise materials (KS1 and KS2)


Think-U-Know - Online Safety


Isle of Tune - Music Exploration


TopMarks - Learning games and Parent resources


CrickWeb - Learning games and resources


BBC - Learning resources


Primary Games Arena - Learning games


British Sign Language - Alphabet game


Premier League Primary Stars - Learning, Well-being and games,14108,6587AS,3WJHS,1


Speech and Language Link - support for children with speech and language difficulties 

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We hope you find these resources useful. For any further resources or information, please contact the school office or your child's class teacher.