The Oak National Academy

We wanted to let you know about the launch of Oak National Academy, which launched online this week.

It is a new online classroom and resource hub that has been created in response to the coronavirus crisis. It provides a sequenced plan of video lessons and curricular resources for teachers and parents.

This has all happened rapidly. It’s been created in under two weeks by a group of teachers and volunteers. 40 teachers from a range of schools and school trusts have come together to produce over 180 online lessons for each week that most pupils are not in schools. It covers core subjects from Maths and English, to Art and Languages for children from reception through to year 10.

We hope you’ll find it a useful resource in these challenging times. The site can be accessed at 



BBC Bitesize Update:

Check out BBC Bitesize for new top tips and online learning starting on 20th April.



The link below provides you with a timetable of online activities to keep your child entertained throughout the day!

Timetable of daily activities to keep your child entertained



Why not get active with your families using the link below? This link will be updated with new daily challenges!



Other websites you might find useful:

BBC Learning:



Blockly Games:


Ted Ed:

Mystery Science:

National Geographic Kids:

Crash Course Kids:



Cbeebies Radio:

Nature Detectives:

Oxford Owl for Home:

Big History Project:

World Geography Games: