Resources – Remote Learning

See our ‘Home Learning’ galleries here!

Google Classroom email addresses and passwords are available from the office if you have misplaced yours

In the event of academy closure, or need to self-isolate, we endeavour to create as little disruption to our pupils’ learning as possible. With that in mind, we would like to share the following resources with you.


Remote Learning at OCPJA is provided via Google Classroom.
The Google Classroom Support webpage is available here.







Remote Learning help sheets and advice


General Remote Learning resources

  • As a third national lockdown is under way, the BBC is bringing hundreds of educational resources together to help with home-schooling. Lockdown learning with the BBC in 2021 – BBC Bitesize   They are also running a series of televised ‘lessons’, broadcast on CBBC from 09:00 every day, which include BBC Live Lessons and BBC Bitesize Daily as well as Our School, Celebrity Supply Teacher, Horrible Histories and Operation Ouch. 
  • Twinkl have parternered up with the BBC to provide some fantastic resources. Just click here to access them.
  • Times Tables Rock Stars will be available for pupils in Y3 – Y6 to practice their times tables online. The children really enjoy doing this and spending just a few minutes each day will help to keep your child’s skills sharp. All children have login details already. How to use Times Tables Rock Stars
  • NumBots is an online game from the makers of Times Tables Rock Stars. Playing little and often will significantly improve your child’s recall and understanding of number bonds and addition and subtraction facts. Children should be able to use their TTRS login details to log in to this site. They can play at home on the website or the NumBots app, available for Amazon, Android and Apple devices. Children might need some help navigating to the website and entering the details but once they’re in, they just need some quiet space to get on with the games for 5 minutes.
  • Discovery Education’s Espresso site holds resources that are suitable for EYFS right up to Year 6. Please go to the website and click ‘Log in’ (top right) and click ‘Espresso’. Log in with the username: student355     The password to the Espresso website will have been sent to parents via ParentMail/text message/paper copy on 18.03.20.
  • Renaissance’s ‘at home’ service provides Accelerated Reader books and learning activities. Please click here to see what’s available. How to use Accelerated Reader


There are a number of useful websites which your child could access to support their learning:

  •  Hamilton Trust – offers many free teaching resources. This ‘Home Learning’ page contains lots of resources for home learning. Weekly learning packs for English and Maths for various year groups are available. Links to other subjects are also at the top of this page.
  • The BBC Bitesize website is particularly useful. It contains a wealth of resources and activities for a wide range of curriculum subjects.
  • BBC2 Learning Zone is a useful website, containing a range of learning activities for 7-11 year olds
  • BBC Newsround is a useful resource to keep children up to date with current affairs in an age appropriate way
  • Twinkl Parents’ Hub offers a wide range of educational worksheets and resources to support the whole curriculum as well as access to eBooks and online games.
  • National Geographic’s website provides a wealth of information and activities for children to access at home, linked to the natural world
  • Oxford Owl website contains a wide range of resources to support reading and maths.
  • The SATs papers website  has all the past SATs papers for Year 6 pupils, if they would like to practice their exam technique.
  • Primary Homework Help  is particularly good for history, geography and science.



Please find some fantastic online reading resources below; particularly useful now that we can’t provide books to you from our school library.

Online reading resources sheet

The TES pull-out guide 100 fiction books to read before leaving primary school is a useful general resource.


The Norfolk Education Library Service has a monthly newsletter available which contains links, activities, and much more! Click the links below to view the most recent:

An archive of their newsletters is available here.

Learning via Museums:

A number of the major museums have excellent children’s zones within their website.

We would recommend the Natural History Museum website and in particular the ‘Discover’ section which we think will inspire children to learn more about their world.

The Science Museum website contains lots of informative and fun activities for children. These by can be accessed via the ‘See and Do’ section but please do check that the materials selected are aimed at KS2, as the website does provide resources for older pupils which will not be suitable.


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