Home Learning

This page aims to support children’s home learning. Below, please find: a recommended timetable; your child’s interactive learning links to specific resources on Twinkl; digital versions of our curriculum quizzes; and a selection of extra activities, including age-appropriate links to many websites which offer alternative activities which do not all require printing.

Please note, that home learning is not optional. However, it is up to parents to decide how and when to deliver content. We are asking that children read, complete their maths lesson (see below) and complete at least two other learning activities each day.

Should your child have any difficulties with their learning, we have set up temporary class email addresses specifically for support and feedback:

  • blossom@chapmanslade.wilts.sch.uk
  • willow@chapmanslade.wilts.sch.uk
  • oak@chapmanslade.wilts.sch.uk
  • redwood@chapmanslade.wilts.sch.uk

For maths lessons, White Rose Maths are now providing online home learning videos  which directly link with what we have been using in school. Each pupil should start at lesson 1 and work their way through one lesson per school day. As in school lessons, they should then attempt the related activity (as much as they can). Answers are provided too. We will try to link Mathletics activities to each day’s lesson. White Rose Maths are also running ‘Maths Parties’ every weekday form 10am-11am, where pupils can ask them questions and send examples of their great learning. Why not join the party?

Recommended Daily Timetable

Twinkl School Closure Interactive Learning Links (Updated 30/3/20)

Please find interactive learning links for week 2. Although they look different, they work in the same way. All activities have been moved onto one page for each age group for ease of use and to reduce digital file size.

Curriculum Quizzes

Extra Activities 

Pick and Mix activities and extra learning website links have now been condensed into one document for KS1 and KS2. These will be updated regularly.

Early Years




We understand that some families may not have access to printing facilities. Below are some of our top picks for activities which do not require printing. Although they are split into recommendations for each class, many of the activities are appropriate for all learners.