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Coronavirus Resources 2020



Useful Resources

The BBC has launched an education package across TV and online, featuring celebrities and teachers, helping to keep children learning at home and supporting parents.

Click on the icon to visit the website.


All children at Dalmain can all access Sumdog, an online Maths learning platform that helps pupils to enjoy maths and improve their results.  It covers the National Curriculum for Key Stage 1 and 2.

Sumdog is a way for kids to practice math skills while playing fun, math-related games against friends, classmates, or students from around the world. Games are individualized for each kid's ability level, so users can play against opponents who have the same skills.

Pupils currently also have access to all of Sumdog Spelling and Grammar until the summer holidays.

Issue 730: 12-18 June 2020

News comprehension: Four StoriesLook CloserArticle Analysis
News puzzlesL1 crosswordL2 crosswordL3 crossword
News quiz: Mystery NewsNews & PicsIn The Know
Video: "I Don't Get It" - why is racism still a big issue on our world?

Click on the icon for previous weeks.

Click on the icon to access the DfE's initial list of free online educational resources to help children to learn at home.


Click on the icon to access the STEM home learning online - science, maths and computing.

 Click on the icon for WWF's new Live Learning events programme, which are streamed weekly on our YouTube channel, bringing together some of WWF's leading conservationists and scientists to share their experiences and answer your questions. 

MathsHub home learning
Third Space home learning
Maths On Toast
NRich Maths

Links to non-computer based maths games & activities:
Third Space / Scholastic / Mathsticks

Sing Up have launched a fresh new Sing Up at Home area on their website. This space is totally free and accessible to parents and families.

The site has lots of videos and resources for pupils and their families to make the most of singing whilst at home. Click on the icon to visit the site.