Login to Purple Mash, our virtual learning environment, for coding, game-making, homeworks and lots of creative activities to support your learning.
When you have logged in, you can find the work that has been set for you by clicking on the red tick. This is your 2Dos list. Find a task, then click on Start.
To save, click on the purple square with three white lines and click Save. You can also save by clicking on the red square with the white arrow, then Save and Exit.
When you have finished go to 2Dos and click Hand In.
To access your Big Cat ebooks, click on the image above.
Enter the username and password provided by school to access your library.
Once logged in, you will land on the library. Here you will see any books that have been assigned by your teacher. You can access a resource sheet for each book by clicking the three dots, then “Resources”.
To open one of the books, select either the cover or the “Read” button.
The Oak Academy have several weeks of lessons that you may wish to access. When you choose a lesson, there are a number of dots which take you through a sequence of: an introductory quiz; a video with a teacher; a worksheet (some lessons) and a final quiz.
Welcome to the Virtual School Library, brought you by Oak National Academy in partnership with the National Literacy Trust.
Every week a popular children's author or illustrator will provide you with free books, exclusive videos and their top three recommended reads.
Having access to a school library is really important for children. School libraries nurture a love of reading that can enrich children’s literacy skills, academic achievements and mental wellbeing. Our Virtual School Library will complement existing school libraries and will ensure that children have access to the magical world of stories all year round, whether they are learning at school or at home.
We’ve worked with brilliant publishers and inspiring authors and illustrators to ensure that the books and activities in our Virtual School Library will support children’s wellbeing through reading.
CodeBug is a cute, programmable and wearable device designed to introduce simple programming and electronic concepts to anyone, at any age. CodeBug can display graphics and text, has touch sensitive inputs and you can power it with a watch battery. It is easy to program CodeBug using the online interface, which features colourful drag and drop blocks, and an in-browser emulator.
These are practical Science, Engineering and Computing live lessons to have lots of fun with. There are plenty to look back on too in the 'Past Doses' section, including bridge building, the World's best aeroplane and lava lamps.
Collins Learning at Home website has free ebooks, songs, maths and languages activities. You may need a login and password for their Class Connect portal
Listen to History storytime for children with 7 year old Sophie, 5 year old Ellie and their Daddy. Exciting stories of knights in shining armour and their battles. Henry VIII, the Tudors, Romans, World War 2, George Washington, Columbus and more. Even amazing stories of animals in history like elephants, dogs, cats and pigeons. Stirring stories of love and betrayal. Strong women and how they changed history. Real life narrative history as it should be told. Valued by teachers, enjoyed by parents, loved by kids. Helps support the National Curriculum with Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2).
Numbots focuses on key skills of number bonds, addition and subtraction through a number of challenge levels.
Children should aim to play in Story Mode for three minutes four to five times a week, to get the best out of NumBots. Little and often is key (spaced practice is more effective than blocked practice).