Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.
If you have any concerns regarding the safeguarding of any of our pupils please contact the school
Our Child Protection and Safeguarding policies can be found here
|Parents already know what a great job teachers do
|Many parents are really struggling to help with their child's learning. Here at Twinkl we're committed to helping you to help them. You can direct them to our Home Learning Hub, where they will find a daily timetable of age-appropriate activities.|
|Each day they'll find a new set of daily activities to get involved with. There are book readings, live lessons, wellbeing resources, fun exercise sessions and more. We'll be bringing activities from our partners too, offering some much-needed variety. Activities will be listed the day before - giving everyone enough time to get prepped and set up for the next day's learning.
There is also our dedicated Parents Hub where they can also access advice and connect with other parents.
Did you know that many of our free resources can be used at home as well as in the classroom?
We have plenty of resources to teach your pupils key life skills and help them make healthy choices. Try our free, educational activities suitable for school or home learning such as
These activities and more are available on the
All of our resources are completely free and perfect for school lessons or at home tasks!
You can also encourage parents to register, explore and download. Head over to the website to see for yourself.
Teach your monster to read
Oxford Owl are offering free online Reading books at this link:
Spelling Shed Literacy Shed
Maths Shed Times Tables Rockstars
FREE Reading Realm Home Learning Pack: Nature and Animals
Inside you’ll find:
Please feel free to download, share and use!
Download here: The Nature and Animal Realm
A Message from Lindsay...
Well, it's been a horrifying few weeks and the speed at which the world is changing is truly worrying. At times like this it's the little things that count.
So here's our little bit to help.
We are unable (because of the way the website is set up) to offer free memberships, like some others are doing. So after much much brainstorming I decided to bundle up some of our resources into easy downloads, and to offer them to everyone - no need to be a member - for free. You'll find spring and Easter themed packs with some of our more popular activities, colouring for older kids and adults (we might all need some mindfulness colouring to calm us down!) and a special "Staying in Touch" pack to encourage children to write to relatives that they can't visit. We also have a collection of "washing hands" printables for all ages.
To repeat - these packs are free*. There's no need to sign up to the newsletter, or become a member of the website. Just download and enjoy, and I hope that they help. And please tell friends, family and colleagues about them and send them to this page.
The Children's University Manchester