The Wilmslow Academy- Sharing information for our Remote Learning Provision


Your child can only access home learning on Teams with your consent. Please download  the form here and email back to us. Your child's password will be emailed back to you as soon as we are able to process the consent. Thank you for your patience at this busy time. 

These booklets are designed specifically for parents to work with children at home on maths.

you can find the government approved list of home learning resources here:

Additional work 

The government on line classroom continues to provide daily lessons at

 BBC Bitsize are publishing daily lessons for all ages:

 Timetables for each week's lessons can be found here

Twinkl provide a range of work for all ages and all subjects. Repeating work already taught is very valuable so please select as you and your child see fit. Work is matched by year group and topic.

Setting this up is really easy to do - go to and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS

SEND support materials

Resources to support well-being and mental health


A series of video lessons are available here

The Aspire Teaching Alliance are creating additional maths resources with videos to support explanations. At the moment, Y6 is on line here:    Please check the site regularly for updates and additions.

 The local maths hub have provided these suggestions of maths activities parents could complete at home  Y1-Y2    Y3-Y4

 First4maths are providing maths documents to support each year group. Please follow this link

Maths Shed have some free activities

 The school has subscriptions to MyMaths and Times Tables Rockstars. Please contact class teachers by email if you need a log in resetting. The office are unable to help with this.              

 Numberbots for younger children can be accessed from within the Times Tables Rockstars site

Free printable maths resources

Gareth Metcalfe has free maths resources at 

Carol Vorderman is offering free subscriptions to

Doodle Maths and Doodle spelling are subscription sites that parents may chose to pay to subscribe to. has a small range of activities for Y3 and beyond


Brilliant publications have free resources. Please look on the right hand side of the page

Author Neil Gaiman is offering lots of free stuff here

Literacy shed has a range of activities that can lead into writing activities

 Children should practice their statutory spelling lists  guidanceandwordlists   

Handwriting activities can be found at 

 Share a bedtime story with your little ones  here  ://

Stories in English plus other languages  Offers a range of mixed activites but largely English based


Joe Wicks is holding online PE sessions ever day at 9 am on his Youtube Channel

  Additional PE:  You are able to use by using the school login
password: sk92lx also has great physical activities

Oti Mabusi has a daily dance class on her Youtube channel, Facebook and Instagram at 11.30 am week days. 

Mylene Klass is doing daily music lessons  and live on instagram at 10 am Mon- Frid

For science activities, take a look at

More science activities 

Tigtag World (ages 7 to 11)
Tigtag Junior (ages 4 to 7)

Design and engineering challenges

Cheshire Fire Service have a series of games and quizzes with safety tips

 A reminder on how to stay safe on line

Free resources for children to learn about plants

Forestry England activities:

A free e-book to help parents support children who are anxious