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Coleshill C of E Primary School

Inspiring our children to flourish and enjoy 'Life in all its fullness' (John 10:10)



We have created this page to gather lesson resources for children to be able to continue their learning at home.

Please click on the virtual classroom link below for this week's work.


New: Black Lives Matter resources - geared towards children in Years 5 and 6.

What's going on? Questions and ideas to help us listen, think, share, reflect and challenge

Read about the experience of American author Shola Richards


Resources to help children returning to school

Help your child prepare to return to school

A social story about returning to school

Social distancing social story

We will be going back to school sometime

Return to school strategies - bereavement

Return to school strategies - mental health and well-being

Return to school strategies - anxiety

Webinar: The New Normal - Preparing your child for a return to school, by the Warwickshire Educational Psychology Service

Click here to access our virtual classroom blog which has 'live' lessons in reading, writing and maths updated by your child's teacher daily. Activities include video tutorials, worksheets, and online games.

Please don't worry if you don't have access to a printer - you should be able to work off the screen and write any answers on paper.  If you are struggling with any of the work, please don't put any pressure on yourself or your child. Please be reassured that there are lots of apps and online activities you can do, and there is also great value in other family learning like cooking, reading, playing and spending time together.  

If for any reason both members of the teaching team are ill and prevented from working, lessons will recommence as soon as possible. This will be confirmed within a post on the virtual classroom. 

Home learning also features a weekly curriculum project that families can work on if they wish. These give you a number of different activity suggestions based on different areas of the curriculum, including art, science, technology, DT, geography and history.

Teachers will tell you more about them in your child's virtual classroom blog posts.


Visit Childline online or call them on 0800 1111.

Other people who can help

Visit The NSPCC online or call them on 0808 800 5000.

Please ensure that children are supervised when using the embedded YouTube videos as we cannot be held responsible for any unsuitable adverts or links to other videos which may appear. You can visit our e-safety page for some useful tips and links.

Useful resources

Please also check out our Twitter @ColeshillCofE for retweets of interesting activities to try.


PE with Joe

Creative dance sessions

Tennis at home

Football activities

BCFC activity pack

Online lessons and courses

Oak Academy

BBC Bitesize

First Aid training

Future Learn - online courses to continue studying and build professional skills

TED Ed - animations and talks designed to spark your child’s curiosity

Four free online courses for parents developed by NHS experts

Government guidance

Home learning for children aged 2 - 4

Home learning for primary age children

List of educational resources


Daily letters and sounds lessons

Phonics play comics

Read Write Inc.

Early Years

Ideas and activities for children aged 0 - 5

EYFS Early Learning Goals: Parent and Carers Guide

Chat, Play, Read

CBeebies radio

Teach your monster to read

Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM)

77 STEM activities for families

Carol Vorderman's The Maths Factor

Unplugged activities to teach computing

Mystery Science

Blockly - programming games

Scratch - programming games

3D design, electronics, and coding


Free audio books

Video storytime

Audio stories

Jackanory Junior

Warwickshire libraries

Oxford Owl - free eBooks

Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND)

Special Education Needs Information Advice and Support Services (SENDIAS)

BBC Bitesize SEND toolkit

The National Academy SEND lessons

Special Needs Jungle - parent led information

SEND resources

More SEND resources

National Autistic Society

Apply for a grant through The Family Fund

Mentally Healthy School

Educational Psychology Service telephone support service

Every Mind Matters - NHS

Mental Health Foundation

Dimensions - a free online tool providing personalised information to support well-being and mental health

Child and adolescent mental health services resources

Public Health England - looking after yourself

Family Support

Information and advice for Warwickshire families with children aged 0 to 25 

Family Information Service facebook page

StarLine home learning advice

Advice for key workers and their children

Families online digital magazine


Local community information

Local family guide

 Activity ideas


Build a bug hotel

Woodland Trust nature activities

Trees For Schools activities

Work towards Blue Peter badges

Play and craft activities

Crafts for kids


Bring the noise game

Warwickshire Music Hub

Managing emotions and behaviour 

Coronavirus - a book for children

Tips for helping your child manage their emotions

How to help your child stay at home


Safeguarding contacts

Spotting the signs of child exploitation

Tips from Refuge

What do do if your child is ill

Fire safety interactive learning hub


First News

BBC NewsRound

Worship activities

Worship activity page

Weekly assemblies at Oak National Academy

Watch services from Coleshill Parish Church on facebook

Coleshill Parish Church website

Geography and history

National Geographic Kids

Geography games

Big history project

Kids' Encyclopedia

Natural History Museum


Duolingo - learn a language for free


Google Arts & Culture

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery


London Zoo

Smart kid-friendly videos for curious minds

NASA virtual tour

Learn about farming, the countryside, and where your food comes from