Useful websites

Home Learning:

We hope the following websites will provide you with resources that you can use with your child. Click on the images to view the websites! 

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Learning is fun with Learning Blocks | Alphablocks | Numberblocks ...

Play the Looking Game with Mr Tumble on CBeebies - CBeebies - BBC

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library | USA, UK, IE, CA, AU

BookTrust logo

Family Information | Hungry Little Minds

CBeebies - Wikipedia

P.E. With Joe / The Body Coach

WatchCosmic Kids Yoga

Numberblocks - Wikipedia

Little Bins for Little Hands | Simple Science and STEM for Every Day

Red Ted Art - Home | Facebook

We talk Makaton - Sign of the Week | Makaton signs, Branding ...


Welcome to lovemybooks! | lovemybooks

With lovemybooks you will find out about wonderful books to read with your child. You will find many creative activities based on each book to make reading even more enjoyable and interactive. 


For parents with children who are sensory learners or have ASD the following website might be useful:

The Autism Site | Click to Fund Autism Research & Therapy


The BBC Tiny Happy People initiative aims to reduce the 'word gap' by supporting parents to help develop their childrens' vocabulary in the home learning environment.

Please see website link below where you will find:
*Activity content- showing how you can support your child's language development with hundreds of fun simple activities, all organised by age.

*Child development content- showing you why supporting language development is important. its all about childrens amazing brains and how they understand the world.

*Tips and advice- from speech and language experts, health care professionals and early years practitioners covering a wide range of topics. 



The Department for Education has announced it will launch a new campaign later this year to support parents to incorporate ways to ‘chat, play and read’ with their children into their daily routines.

The announcement follows new research, released today, which found that almost a third of children (31%) do not read books with someone at home each day, and that parents say that having more free time (44%) and working fewer hours (37%) would help them spend more time on learning and play activities with their children.


Diary Dates

Ofsted Outstanding Provider
Warrington Inclusion Hub: Committed to Inclusion: 2018-19
Leading Parent Partnership Award: 2023-26
Leading Parent Partnership Award: 2023-26