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Home Learning

At Crabbs Cross Academy, we recognise the importance of learning at home. Below are links to websites and Apps that all our children have usernames and passwords to. There are also links to useful websites that will assist children in completing homework tasks.

The links below will take you to the home learning folder for your child's class.









We also have information to support pupils with special educational needs and disabilities 


If you click on the year group tabs on the left, you will find home learning tasks aimed specifically at your child, as well as age specific website links.

Websites that the children have passwords to:

Useful home learning websites:

The Oak National Academy is a super website that has an online classroom feature that has daily lessons for all subjects across all year groups delivered by real teachers.

BBC Bitesize is a brilliant learning website that contains videos, activities and facts relating to all National Curriculum subjects, for all ages. You can now access daily lessons on BBC Bitesize daily.  There you'll find English and Maths lessons as well as other core subjects.  There are lessons for Key Stage One and Two, so log on and enjoy! We'd love to hear what you think of them.

White Rose Maths is a great website for Maths, split into different year groups and the different areas within Maths. You can watch videos and find activities within them.

This link will take you to Caboodle where you can find ten ways to encourage your child's love of reading; from virtual storytimes to joining online book clubs:

Hit the Button is a fantastic game that is designed to improve the speed of recall of number bond, multiplication and division facts. Also available as an Apple or Android App.

Primary Homework help is a wonderful site that is designed to aid children with home learning across all subjects. It is particularly useful for topic work.

The Kid Should See This is an amazing website that contains over 4300 video clips designed to engage, inform and entertain the most curious child.