Manor Park Primary School

'Playing, learning and growing together'

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For pupils working from home

We are providing this as a potential resource list for parents/carers to have access to during times when schools are closed and pupils are asked to learn from home. This list is intended only to supplement, and not to replace, the work provided to pupils by Class Teachers, Subject Teachers and School Senior Management Teams. All online resources listed are free.

General – visual supports and crafts (free access code: UKTWINKLHELPS use it at - activities and quizzes – creative art and craft activities for younger

children – secondary school age history - geography gaming - outdoor learning in your garden or local park/forest – KS2/KS3/GCSE / A-Level revision – learn computer programming skills for free - creative computer programming – learn languages for free – free science lessons – science awards you can implement from home – all kinds of making – all kinds of making - list of free online resources – PE with Joe Wicks - Virtual tours of museums


Literacy - Primary school resources (reading / writing and maths) – phonics (2 week free trial) (free audio books)

Numeracy – maths – maths - Primary school resources (reading / writing and maths)


To support children's speech, language and communication needs, we have fast tracked the launch of our new Parent Portal to help with this. The site will provide parents (and staff) with FREE speech and language advice, resources and activities. We are very happy for you to add the link to this site to your websites and of course to direct parents and school staff to the site so they can be reassured that the support for their children, who have SLCN, doesn't have to stop once their school closes. (Building vocabulary)

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Involving Parents

We want parents and children to feel part of our school community. Parents are welcome to visit the school to discuss their child’s / children’s progress and welfare. If parents wish to see the teacher or Headteacher for a longer discussion a prior telep…

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