On this page, we will add resources that you can use to support your child at home. New resources will be added regularly. Below are links for all of our online learning resources.
Login to your Mathletics account here.
Mathletics is a multi-award winning learning resource that encourages students and rewards results – hugely popular with pupils, teachers and parents alike. In school we celebrate success by awarding certificates for points gained in Mathletics every week.
- Engaging, pupils love learning with Mathletics
- Supports the curriculum work your child is following at school
- Accessible anywhere, any time. Tablet compatible – now also including offline mode
- Mathletics is independently verified to improve pupils results
- Track your child’s progress and assign them activities via the Family Console
- Instant feedback, encouraging independent learning
EducationCity is an online interactive learning platform that provides a host of engaging, educational resources and games for primary aged children. In addition to this there are a range of activities and tools that can support parents and children when learning at home.
At Newsham we recognise the importance of home learning and have invested in home licences for all children in school to be able to access this captivating, online learning resource at home. All activities and tasks are aligned to the National Curriculum and are designed to help children learn in an enjoyable way.
Log in here, or find out more by watching the video below.
Accelerated Reader and ReadOn
Sharing a book each day is one of the best ways to support your child. If you begin to run out of books at home, don’t worry! We have access to over 6000 digital books through our subscription to Accelerated Reader. Follow this link to find out more:
Once your child has read a book, they can check to see if it has a quiz. If so, they can quiz on that book using their Accelerated Reading login information. This will help determine how well your child has understood the text.
For more suggestions and websites to support home learning, please look at this document.
BBC Bitesize has some fantastic resources to support pupils with Special Educational Needs, however they can be used with all children.