Home Learning


Week 1 - Nature Week

Week 2 - Science Week

Week 3 - Children's Art Week

Week 4 - Music Week

Week 5 - Sports Week

Week 6 - London Week

Save the Children Den Day:

Hope Garden


Following the letter that went out to parents on Wednesday 18th March 2020 (but dated Thursday 19th March 2020) these are the addresses of the home learning websites that the children can log into whilst the school is closed due to the Coronavirus COVID-19


https://kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk/                                          (username andpassword

https://ttrockstars.com/                                                              required, these were

https://www.purplemash.com/littlebloxwichco                              stated on the letter)


In addition to these websites, White Rose Maths have released home learning maths lessons which are free and do not require usernames or password to access them. We strongly recommend the children using White Rose Maths to access maths activities because we follow the White Rose maths scheme in school.


Are you staying safe online?

We are very aware that during this time of school closure, we are needing our children to access the internet more and in a safe way. We would like to remind you that we do have an 'Acceptable User Policy KS2' and this can be found on the school's website under policies. For further support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online includes:


Have a go at some drawing. Click on this link to help you learn some drawing techniques. Have a go and email any pictures you draw, or any of your artwork in the style of the artists we have been posting each week to echantler@lit-bloxwich.walsall.sch.uk


Maths Riddles for Smart Kids (Young and Old)

Keep a look out for weekly maths riddles.

Answers will be posted on a Friday.



Additional Activities



We promised to update you when we had more information about the additional BBC Education content we are creating to support schools and parents over the coming months.

As you may have seen, we made an announcement this morning outlining our plans to ensure that every child in the UK has the opportunity to continue to follow the appropriate core parts of their nation’s school curriculum in these challenging times.

Our newly expanded education offer is called BBC Bitesize Daily and will see:

  • Daily programmes to help guide parents and children through their learning day
  • Famous faces Karim Zeroual, Oti Mabuse and Katie Thistleton lend their support alongside top quality teachers and organisations such as Royal Shakespeare Company, Premier League and Puffin Books.
  • BBC Bitesize deliver daily online lessons for all age groups
  • And content such as videos, quizzes, podcasts and articles to bring core subjects to life online at BBC Bitesize

Whether complementing what schools are providing remotely, or used as a standalone resource, our new content will launch on April 20th and will bring 14 weeks of educational programmes and lessons to every household in the country – whatever the age of the child.

Teachers will be the stars of this new content, as you are in the classroom every day, and always have been on BBC Bitesize. Teachers have helped design all lesson plans and will be at the core of every broadcast.  We will share schedules with you ahead of time to help lesson planning and homework setting, and hope you’ll feel happy recommending us to parents to start the day the right way. We couldn’t do this without you.

BBC Bitesize Daily will deliver a tailored day of learning across BBC iPlayer, Red Button, BBC Bitesize website and app, BBC Four and BBC Sounds, with curriculum relevant offers across the UK.  Together, this comprehensive package is aimed at minimising disruption to children’s education and providing rhythm and routine in these challenging times.              

You can read the full press release here with more detail about all our new content.

And teachers, there is help at hand on the BBC Teach website too if you need some advice onhow to stay sane during a global pandemic.