St Peter's Community Primary School

Home Learning

Please click on the links below to access our current Home Learning Resources or scroll down this page for other resources, links and well-being information. 

Would you like to watch your teacher read you a story?  Or sing you a song?  Look through the resources on your class page to find links!

Remember E-Safety when using external links and allowing your child on You Tube.  Please set up an account that you can monitor and ensure your child is supervised when using it.

We do not support any personal downloading, editing or re-sharing of our staff's YouTube links, or access for those outside of St. Peter's.

Miss Thomas has written a lovely poem to St Peter's about her feelings during this lockdown and you can read it here: A Poem for St Peter's by Miss Thomas.  If you feel inspired by Miss Thomas and would like to share a poem with us about this unusual time in our lives then please email it to your class teacher!


Online Safety Resources

Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)

Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)

Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)

LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)

Net-aware (support for parents and careers from the NSPCC)

Other Resources for Home Learning

The School Nursing Team Video on Talking about our Worries

Safetynet Sussing out School E-Zine Issue 3 July 2020

The School Nursing Team Video on Sleep

Resources to help children settle back into school after Lockdown

An update from the East Sussex Fire and Rescue Team - July 2020

The School Nursing Team Video on Healthy Eating

Parents and carers talking about relationships and sex education June 2020

School Nurses – we’re still here for you (Primary schools)

Black Lives Matter - information for parents

Sid from CBeebies - Mental and Physical Well-Being in Education

Espresso resources for parents

Clicker 8 free access for parents - letter and access information

Clicker 8 Trouble Shooting Sheet 1

Clicker 8 Help Sheet 1

PERFORM online drama classes offering a free trial

SAM Online Music Service -  offering online lessons for drums, guitar, piano and vocals.

The Art Room - free online art classes

Department for Education: What parents need to know about education during the outbreak

Department for Education: Learning Support for 2 - 4 year olds during the outbreak

Department for Education: Guidance to help Primary children learn during the outbreak

Department for Education: Guidance for helping children with SEND during the outbreak

Department for Education - list of free online home learning resources

UK Children's Radio Station Fun live

Safety Rocks Newsletter (special edition)

“Into Film” – Suggestions of best family films to stream at home

“Audible” – Free audio books for kids

The Business Creative - Digital Entertainment experiences recommended by the Local Authority

Maths Chase - Times Tables Games

NEU Advice for Parents on Home Learning

BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons


Well-Being Resources

Family Fund Grant - Information for Parents and Carers on how to apply

"See Something... Say Something" Campaign - Brighton and Hove Safeguarding Team letter to parents

Well-Being Guide for Parents of Primary Children - Supporting Children in Managing Feelings

Coronavirus - A Book For Children

Zoom Use - Guidance from Sussex Police

School Well-Being Service sessions for parents

Triple P Top Tops During Covid 19

Understanding and preventing community trauma - a video put together for families in Australia coping with the fires which is now being used to talk about the COVID-19 situation

Hand Model of the Brain - a way of explaining the brain to kids and how getting dysregulated (angry and panicky) works.

School Nurse Support Information during the Covid-19 Crisis

Guided Meditation - suggestion from our School Counsellor

Brighton and Hove Food Poverty Advice

Emergency Food Parcel Self Referral Form

Letter to parents and carers from the Police 3rd April 2020