Welcome children, parents and carers!

Here you will find educational resources and links to help you continue to learn new things and revisit things that you have already learnt whilst you're away from school. 

The information here is brought to you by Islington's School Improvement Service and other teams from Islington Council. These services support Islington's schools across a range of subjects and we have pulled together some resources for you to use whilst you're at home.

We will provide resources for Reception Class and Years 1-6. Each week we will be creating a home learning newsletter with ideas and activities for children in KS1 and KS2. Don't miss out - subscribe now.

If you have a child under five, you might also be interested in 'Bright Start Bright Ideas' which is sent four-times-a-week and is full of fun ideas and advice about home learning for younger children – subscribe here

All Islington Secondary schools have set lots of work for your child’s home learning. Please also check with your child’s school plus any learning platforms the school may use for setting homework. If your child is unable to work online please contact their school - schools may be able to help with ways of getting on line and with home learning packs.

We hope you find the resources useful, and more importantly, have fun using them!

The School Improvement Team


Weekly Lesson Plans

Download PDFs of our weekly lesson plans below.

 

Download our timetables

Download and print our suggested home learning timetable to help you plan each day:

KSI and KS2:

Home Learning Timetable (PDF)

Reception:

Reception Home Learning Timetable (PDF)

Thanks to the Robin Hood Multi-Academy Trust for providing many of these resources.

Find out more

 

Subject of the Week


More Resources from Islington Council

Home Learning - Creative Activities Home Learning - Libraries and the Islington Museum Home Learning - Maths Shed Home Learning - Music Education Islington Home Learning - World of Work Home Learning - Year 6 Revision Home Learning - Secondary English

Managing screen time

Remember that its important to strike a balance between time spent online on a computer, tablet or a mobile phone and participating in other activities. So think about some other things you could be doing throughout the day. These might include:

  • reading a book
  • playing a game
  • solving a puzzle
  • completing a jigsaw
  • cooking
  • drawing, colouring, painting or weaving
  • resting

Other Websites

You can explore these websites for more information and resources:

Thinkyouknow

Advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online:

Thinkyouknow

Internet matters

Support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online

Internet matters

Parent info

Support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online

Parent info

LGfL

Support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online

LGfL

Net-aware

Support for parents and carers from the NSPCC

Net-aware

Arsenal Primary Materials

These Player Packs contain activities that are suitable for children in Key Stage 2 (aged 7-11).

Arsenal


Other Resources

Download these resources from other organisations:


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Home learning tips and ideas for children at KS1, in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6.

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The go to place for information, advice and services for children with Special Educational Needs or disabilities.

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Full of exciting ideas and tips on how to support early health and development, with links to activities, Bright Start services and fun places to visit.

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Ideas and tips from Islington's 5 – 19 family support service to keep you and your family healthy, active and learning during the Coronavirus.

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