Online learning resources

Online education resources for school children – University of Warwick

Colleagues at the University of Warwick have made us aware of the following education resources for parents, children and teachers.

We would recommend the above online resources for students.

In addition, a set of online learning resources have been published by the Government.

25 June 2020 -  DfE have updated their guidance for online education resources for home learning to include additional resources and new tips to help parents and carers with home education

Launch of BBC Bitesize

On Monday 20 April 2020, the BBC  relaunched BBC Bitesize, an education package across TV and online, featuring celebrities and teachers, helping to keep children learning at home and supporting parents.

Oak National Academy

Oak National Academy is a new collection of high-quality lessons and online resources. Backed by the Government, it has been created in response to the coronavirus lockdown. Our online classroom offers free access to great teachers, delivering video lessons, quizzes and worksheets. Available for both primary and secondary levels, it covers a range of subjects. All of the lessons are ordered so your child can learn along a clear plan. We’ll provide new lessons and resources each week. We at the CELC will shortly be offering specific advice regarding how best to use these resources. Please feel free to use these excellent resources in the interim.

Stay safe online

Your Money Matters, the first-ever curriculum-mapped financial education textbook, is aimed at students aged 15 to 16, and will teach them about topics such as savings, budgeting, borrowing, student loans and identity theft. It was written by the financial education charity Young Money with guidance from Martin Lewis (Money Saving Expert).

Parents and carers may choose to supplement the school or college online offer with support from online companies and in some cases individual tutors. In their communications with parents and carers, schools and colleges should emphasise the importance of securing online support from a reputable organisation/individual who can provide evidence that they are safe and can be trusted to have access to children. Support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online includes:

Support for SEND Students

ChatterPack is a voluntary-run, special educational needs and disabilities hub. The resources are free once you sign up to their newsletter.