St Louis Catholic Primary School

To love, wonder and achieve together.

Home Learning

Here is our provision for home learning in the event of a learning bubble or individual self-isolation along with periods of school closure to all but key worker and vulnerable children.

Please click on the links for more information and instructions about how to set up Google Classroom, Class Dojo and also how to upload work to Google Classroom. 


St Louis Blended/Remote Learning Provision

Parent Letter Google Classroom

Setting Up Class Dojo

Instructions for uploading work to Class Dojo




KS1 and KS2 




Year Group

Year 1


Year 2


Year 3


Year 4


Year 5


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Additional Learning Resources



















Additional Support, resources and websites to support home learning

EAL (English as an Additional Language): 

Tips, links and support for parents home learning with children in another language 

 Tips for parents home learning with children in another language


Additional resources to support Home Learning 

 BBC Bitesize have launched their own home learning resource page. 

Click on the link to take you to the website. 


BBC's Bitesize School Tour will include esports rep to raise ...

General Resources

List of Useful Websites to Support Home Learning


Lots of fantastic activities to do with your children whilst at home:

Toy Theatre – educational games

DK Find Out


English and Reading

Whilst you are working at home the most important way to keep learning is to keep reading.

At St. Louis we want children to love reading. Below are some suggestions for books to read at home.

If you would like more ideas for great books, linked to your age and interests, try using the Book Sorter. You can also add your own recommendations!

Click here for the Book Sorter

or Love Reading for Kids is a fantastic site for book recommendations

The reading agency is another great site for lots of resources, tips and ideas:

You can also access an online library of ebooks from Oxford Owl:

You can also listen to a range of free books on audible:

You can also watch the Cbeebies bedtime stories by following this link:

and Evercreech Primary School have written a series of comprehension questions for each of the CBeebies bedtime story videos.

Other websites for reading and story telling include: is a wonderful website with 10 minute writing challenges from well know authors. is a website to support spelling at home with the option of practicing spellings from a range of pre-defined lists or creating your own. 

EYFS farm-animal-conversation-cards.pdf

National Literacy Trust: Family Zone


Year 1-comprehension-tasks.pdf

Year 2 comprehension-task.pdf

Scholastic,have shared some free downloadable home learning resource packs that may be of interest:

Scholastic Early Years Pack

Scholastic Key Stage 1 Pack

Scholastic Lower Key Stage 2 Pack

Scholastic Upper Key Stage 2 Pack


Hit the Button – practise for number bonds, times tables and addition/subtraction


KS1 2-times-table-workbook.pdf

KS1 counting-in-2s-5s-and-10s-with-cherries.pdf

Year 2 counting-in-steps-of-2-3-5-and-10.pdf


KS1 Science BBC Bitesize

KS2 Science BBC Bitesize

National Geographic Science 

Science Museum games

Winchester Science Centre

Geography and History

National Geographic Kids

Geography Games

Steve Backshall:

Dan Snow:


Art and Crafts

Drawing with Rob



The Royal Opera House   Make the most of a rare opportunity to watch  a performance free from the comfort of your home

BBC Ten Pieces – 40 pieces of music with an introduction and full performance

Mylene Klass:

PE and Mindfulness

Daily home workouts with Joe Wicks for children

I.G. sports coaching at home PE lessons

School Games Primary activity cards:

Go Noodle -

Cosmic Kids Yoga-

Darcy Bussel:

Oti Mabuse:

Solve, Shoot, Score -a Premier League Primary Stars Football Game with spelling and maths practice

Cooking, Baking, Gardening and other activities to keep you busy

Jamie Oliver:

Theo Michaels:

Why not go on a virtual tour of a famous museum from the comfort of your home?

British Museum, London, Virtual Tour

Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

Uffizi Gallery, Florence

Guggenheim Museum, New York

Musee d’Orsay, Paris

National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul

Pergamon Museum, Berlin

The J Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

Internet Safety

The internet is an amazing resource which enables us to connect, communicate and be creative in a number of different ways, on a range of devices. However the internet is always changing and being able to keep up to date with your children’s use of technology can be a challenge.

If you want to learn how to stay safe online while playing games, visit this website, for fun games and activities. There are different sections and games depending on how old you are.

Some other useful websites for children:

Some safe search engines: