COVID-19: Curriculum led resources to support remote teaching
Multi Subject Resources
Oak National Academy
An online classroom and resource hub created to support teachers to support their pupils. A bank of high-quality, sequenced video lessons and resources are provided for teachers to use, covering a range of subjects including maths, English, art and languages.
Be Ready has rapidly extended the BeReady free, online, interactive learning platform UK secondary schools can now have free access to a digital video curriculum for the whole of the Summer Term (and beyond if necessary) for Key Stages 3 and 4.
Twinkl have created free home learning and school closure packs for teachers, parents or home educators to use.
A range of resources all linked to global citizenship.
Youth Sport Trust
PE activities that can be done individually or in pairs with a focus on the development of physical competence and actively learning the importance of personal skills to support social, emotional and mental wellbeing.
Teachit - Languages
A collection of relevant and engaging resources that children can work on independently wherever they might be - that need minimal input from parents and carers.
Royal Geographical Society
Resources and support from the RGS and beyond for teaching and learning geography at home.
Teachit - History
A selection of varied and interesting approaches to teaching History at KS3-5 including work sheets, source packs, role plays, interactive resources and games all carefully crafted and edited by History teachers.
For secondary schools, Sparx Maths is a complete solution that supports teachers in planning, delivering and reviewing both lessons and homework throughout Key Stage 3 and GCSE and is currently free to use.
STEM Learning Remote Science Lessons
To support home teaching, STEM Learning are offering remotely-delivered, curriculum-linked science lessons for young people aged 5-19 accompanied by live Q&A sessions with subject experts.