Remote Learning Resources

Remote Learning Resources available to OCPPA pupils:

  • Discovery Education’s Espresso site holds resources that are suitable for EYFS right up to Year 6. Please go to www.discoveryeducation.co.uk and click ‘Log in’ (top right) and click ‘Espresso’. Log in with the username: student355 (The password to the Espresso website has been sent to parents via ParentMail/text message/paper copy).
  • MyON is an online library and literacy quiz platform available to all OCPPA pupils Login information is held by teachers and office staff if your child has lost theirs. Please go to www.myon.co.uk and click ‘MyON Log in’ (top right). Type in the school name, plus your child’s username and password.

There are a number of useful websites, which your child could access to support their learning:

  • Hamilton Trust offers many free teaching resources. This ‘Home Learning’ page contains lots of resources for home learning. Weekly learning packs for English and maths for various year groups are available. Links to other subjects are also at the top of this page.
  • The BBC Bitesize website is particularly useful. It contains a wealth of resources and activities for a wide range of curriculum subjects
  • BBC2 Learning Zone is a useful website, containing a range of learning activities
  • Twinkl Parents’ Hub offers a wide range of educational worksheets and resources to support the whole curriculum as well as access to eBooks and online games. Twinkl have partnered up with the BBC to provide some fantastic resources. Just click here to access them.
  • National Geographic’s website provides a wealth of information and activities for children to access at home, linked to the natural world
  • BBC Newsround is a useful resource to keep children up to date with current affairs in an age appropriate way
  • The Oxford Owl website contains a wide range of resources to support reading and maths.
  • Primary Homework Help is particularly good for history, geography and science.

Please find some fantastic online reading resources below; particularly useful when we aren't able to provide books to you from our school library.

An 'Online reading resources sheet' is available at the bottom of this page.

The TES pull-out guide '100 fiction books to read before leaving primary school' is a useful general resource. Please click the picture to view or download this document.

The Norfolk Education Library Service has a monthly newsletter available which contains links, activities, and much more! Click the links below to view the most recent:

An archive of their newsletters is available here.

A number of the major museums have excellent children’s zones within their websites.