Marlborough Primary School

Home Learning

Marlborough Primary School would like to say a huge THANK YOU to Robin Hood Trust for sharing their Learning Projects. Our whole school community is extremely grateful. 

RWI Phonics live lessons today!

If your child is learning phonics then you can tap into daily lessons at home with RWI. RWI is the programme we use at school and you may have attended a workshop earlier in the academic year to show you how to support your child with this. The lessons will be aired Monday to Friday.


Set 1 Sounds - Reception and children who are new to English     9.30am

Set 2 Sounds - Reception and Year 1  10.00am

Set 3 Sounds Reception Year 1 and children in Year 2 who are still learning phonics 10.30am


Click the link below



Online Classroom

As well as BBC Bitesize starting lessons today, The Oak National Academy also opens its doors. It's an online classroom for children of all ages. Click on your Year Group link below to access this weeks lesson schedule along with the interactive lessons. It's a very user-friendly website which is easy to navigate so that you can find the relevant work for your child's age. Each lesson has a video to teach your child and before they start and a list of resources which you will need.  Click of the image below to access this week's lessons.


  Reception                Year 1                    Year 2               Year 3  


 Year 4                     Year 5                  Year 6                SEND     


BBC Bitesize Daily 

BBC Bitesize has released daily home school lessons to support your child's home learning. Take a look at their website by clicking on the image below to find daily lessons for homeschooling in Maths and English for every year group, as well as regular lessons in Science, History, Geography and more.


7 of the best online grammar games for KS2 Give pupils a fun way to consolidate their SPaG skills with these engaging online activities

 List Of Online Education Resources For Home Learning:  We have brought together an initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home.

These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages.

The list includes subject-specific resources for:

  • English
  • Maths
  • Science
  • PE
  • Wellbeing
  • Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND)

They are currently being offered for free.


Please click on the image below to access resources



This initial list of SEND resources has been developed with a focus on accessibility and inclusivity and is base on te recommendations of:

  • trusted organisations
  • charities
  • multi-academy trusts
  • special education headteachers

We encourage parents, teachers and schools to explore beyond this list to identify what support is best for their children and pupils with SEND.


Click on the links below to access the resources: 






English Year 5 & Year 6 Grammar Parents Guide


Physical Education:



PE at Home learning :

Complete PE:


PE lessons:

We use the Complete PE scheme of work to support teaching and learning in school. For those of you at home or are still at school have a go at our circuit sessions suggested below. Did you know that circuit training helps you to improve your stamina and muscular strength which helps you to focus on tasks for long periods of time and lift objects?  You can carry out the circuit sessions with your older or younger siblings and anyone else at home.  Could you also be the 'Champion Record Holder' for your year group? All you need to do is record your data every week and bring your best score sheet into school. Hand it to a member of your PE team by 5th March '2021 and if you are successful you will win a small prize.  Also, don't forget to send us your scores or video clips on Twitter!


Challenge - Choose bronze, silver, or gold and record your results.  Can you beat your score? Are you getting stronger? 


Champion Record Holder PE Competition

Who is going to be the 'Champion Record Holder' for their year group? Make sure you record your best score for each card, and when we return to school hand it to the P.E team. If you're the record holder for your year group, you will receive a certificate.


Next Steps

Children must wear sports clothes and trainers – ensure they have enough space – stopwatch /phone - for timing and to play their favorite music on

Warm up – 5 minutes jog/run on the spot or jog around your garden

Circuits - participate in the x7 activity cards one after another for 60 seconds with a 30 second rest in-between each one. You need to do all seven cards twice (2 circuits).

Record your child/ren best score and the name of each card to enter the competition (ask someone at home if you need help recording this).

Whole Body Stretch


Lunchtime Break 

Always remember it is really important to have a break from home learning for your health and wellbeing, so why not wrap up warm and go outside and do the daily mile


PE at Home - Download and record your scores

PE Home learning video links 2020/21:


PE with Joe Wickes


Joe will be leading three live kids' workout sessions a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday on his YouTube Channel starting at 9am on Monday 11 January, each workout session lasts for 20 minutes.


Cosmic Kids

Yoga, mindfulness and relaxation for kids. Interactive adventures which build strength, balance and confidence - and get kids into yoga and mindfulness early!



Swimming: Water Safety

We may not be able to go swimming now, but we can continue to learn about water safety.  Download some of the swimming home learning activity sheets from the link below and bring your completed sheets into school.  Hand them to the PE staff in return for a certificate.


Youth Sport Trust

PE activities that can be done individually or in pairs with a focus on the development of physical competence and actively learning the importance of personal skills to support social, emotional and mental wellbeing.

YST After School Sport Club -

Recorded during the Autumn term 2020 the daily sports clubs of 30 minutes long delivered by our Athlete Mentors focuses on;  different daily themes Adventure Monday, Tuesday Play, Wild Wednesday, Thinking Thursday  and Fun Friday

YST SEND Activities

All of the activities are specifically designed for special schools and include dexterity, kicking, mobility and striking

Wonder Woman 1984  

 We’ve teamed up with DC to create Wonder Woman-inspired resources for schools and families. Filled with awesome ideas and anchored in the recovery curriculum (Carpenter, B. and Carpenter, M., 2020), the fun free activities will help your young people develop skills such as courage, strength and teamwork using the power of sport.

 The multi-level activity cards give a huge variety of options for group or individual work with quest cards to monitor progress.



Short two-minute videos have been created that show parents (and teachers) free, fun and easy to follow PE activities for the whole family to enjoy together.

Each #ThisIsPE video focuses on a different aspect of the National Curriculum. The videos, delivered by PE teachers, will help children and young people to continue their skill development in PE during this period when we are having to stay at home, to save lives.





Change4Life is England’s first ever national social marketing campaign to reduce obesity. In designing it, the Department of Health and its agencies drew on academic and commercial sector expertise, behaviour change theory and evidence from other successful behaviour change campaigns.



Sport England

Join the Movement

Tips, advice and guidance on how to keep or get active in and around your home. Join the Movement and share how you're getting active during this time.


Healthy Eating

Get Set to Eat Fresh

Get Set to Eat Fresh is an education programme with a difference. These free resources use Team GB athletes to inspire students aged 5–14 to cook and eat healthy, fresh food.

Commonwealth Challenge 2021/22

Birmingham’s Commonwealth Games are next year. Sport Birmingham want to make sure that, despite the challenging circumstances presented by COVID-19, our city’s children are as healthy and active as possible when the Games arrive.

NHS Home Learning Projects