Home Learning

Home Learning Information

If you are self-isolating and need some work to complete during this time, you are in the right place. Welcome to the Home Learning page!

If you have accessed the home learning page before, you will know the password. If you haven’t, then please contact the office by phone or email office@deyncourtprimary.com and they will be happy to share the password with you.

Then all you need to do is click on the year group that your child is in to see the work that is available. Staff will regularly upload different activities for children to complete. There are different folders to help you find activities.

Daily, you will find English and Maths tasks- so take a look in the English and Maths daily folders but then look in the other curriculum areas to find more exciting lessons to try.

White Rose Maths (https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/) are uploading daily lessons for you to watch and take part in, so watch the video and have a go at the questions – you can pause at any time and complete at your speed.

All children should have their new iamlearning (Frogplay) logins and teachers are setting homework using this. Again, if you need any support with this, please contact the school using office@deyncourtprimary.com or your child’s phase. Please email:





Remember, if you are signed up to Class Dojo, you can contact your child’s class teacher using this and see daily updates!

If you would like to try some different websites which can help with learning at home, please visit our Curriculum Overviews part of the website where there are a collection of useful weblinks.

We know this is a different way of learning but try to have fun – remember we are always here for you!

What work will be set for my child?

At D’Eyncourt, the teachers are setting home learning using our online platform with a mixture of ‘paper’ activities.

Online Learning

  1. I am Learning – This can be accessed anytime.
  2. Times Table Rockstars – This can be accessed anytime. The teachers will set the relevant times tables for your child to practise.
  3. Oxford Readingwww.oxfordowl.co.uk extra reading can be accessed using this website.

Please keep evidence of these completed activities, as there will be rewards available from their class teacher for everything they complete!

What can I do if they complete the work that is set?

Online educational publishers, Twinkl, have offered parents free access to all its resources for a month to support continued learning at home. All you need to do is enter UKTWINKLHELPS to get started. Parents should be able to access free Home Learning Packs for each primary year group. Each pack contains resources to help with distance learning:

For children who love science, the Children’s University of Manchester website is an excellent interactive resource in which your child can browse a number of different science topics, which have a quiz at the end of each unit.

BBC Bitesize is an excellent online resource that provides students help with revision and learning. Here you will find a number of free videos, step-by-step guides, activities and quizzes by level and subject on every subject for students aged from three to 16 and over.

For those of you who enjoy making crafts with your child at home, Activity Village is a great resource for ideas and templates to develop creativity at home.

Go for some virtual tours around some museums in different parts of the world https://www.travelandleisure.com/attractions/museums-galleries/museums-with-virtual-tours

Spelling Shed https://www.spellingshed.com

Maths Shed https://www.mathshed.com

Picture News https://www.picture-news.co.uk

Writing activities http://www.pobble365.com

Useful websites for home learning

Below is a document containing a list of educational websites your children can access from home with details on how to access each site.

Home learning – Useful websites