Home Learning


Please find the links for each year group’s spelling words; these words are a combination of the National Curriculum, topic words and vocabulary to help the children communicate ideas.
In school, as a strategy to spell , we encourage children to split the words into syllables and then identify the sounds within each one.

Year 3          Year 4          Year 5          Year 6

Year 5 and 6 Arithmetic Questions 

Wednesday 1st March – Here is a maths resource to support the learning of years 5 and 6 children at home.  You can access the document by clicking here.

Due to some technical difficulties, the video links do not currently work although it is hoped that the walk-throughs at the top of each practice sheet will be able to support children when practising.

An answer sheet will be uploaded in the next couple of days.


Mr Berkshire

Maths Lead

Safer Internet Centre

Welcome to the UK Safer Internet Centre, where you can find e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe on the internet.

Safer Internet Centre


Year 3 reading spine

Year 4 reading spine

Year 5 reading spine

Year 6 reading spine

Reading with your child

10 Tips on Hearing Your Child Read


Times Tables Rockstars

Login to Times Table Rockstars


GPS Mat – To help you understand what the different GPS terms are.

Spelling Frame

Spellingframe includes all the words – both statutory and the example words – from the National Curriculum for Spelling for Year 2 to Year 6. Choose a spelling rule and each word is read aloud and provided within a sentence for context.  Children can choose to practise a set of words or take a test.



Hour of Code – Short tutorials and games to support your child’s journey in coding.



A place to play games and learn about microbes.


BBC School Website

Pages where you can find lots of interesting information to help you with your school work.
BBC Schools

For a copy of our Learning at Home Policy please click here.

Remote Learning

At Sitwell, we recognise that children’s learning during this academic year may continue to face disruptions due to the country’s ongoing response to the Covid-19 pandemic. As a result, we have tried to prepare for every eventuality in the effort of minimising any disruptions as much as possible. In the event of your child having to self-isolate, or a national lockdown, it is important that their education continues providing they are well enough.

Any remote learning at Sitwell will continue to be delivered daily through Google Classroom where we will teach the same curriculum remotely as we do in school, wherever possible and appropriate. However, so that remote learning can start immediately, below are two days of remote learning for each year group. It might be that our office staff direct your child to this learning for 1-2 days while their class teacher works on adapting and preparing any classroom learning for Google Classroom.

As these initial activities are not set on Google Classroom, we invite your child to bring in any of this learning on their return to school, so that we can celebrate your child’s achievements as well as provide any feedback on their learning. We hope that these resources allow for a smooth transition between school and remote learning, and thank you for your support during these challenging times.

Click here for two days of immediate remote learning.  

Click here to find out about the range of approaches we use to teach children remotely.

Click here for a recommended timetable which you might find useful when structuring your child’s days of remote learning. Also included are lots of extra links and activities. 

Click here for our remote learning expectations, including ways in which children can share their learning with their teachers and peers, and what to do if your child is having any problems with Google Classroom.

Click here for a parents’ guide to Google Classroom.

Click here for our Google Meets Safe Use Guidance.