Please click on the following links to explore Home Learning options for English:


Spelling Practice

A copy of essential spellings has been sent home with pupils.


Daily reading is one of the most important things that your child can do. Any type of reading is good for them and the website Audible currently has free access.


Epic! currently gives access to approximately 35,000 books. To get this for free until June 30th, parents should email their own email address to k.hubbard@werrington.staffs.sch.uk so he can register you.

Why not write a book review?
If you like the book, send it to the author. Loads of them are more than willing to engage with their readers, particularly through social media, and especially so in the current climate

Or write a letter to a friend or relative?
Particularly to older or more isolated members of the community.

MyOn by Renaissance

Choose from over 7000 books to read on screen – no sign up or subscription necessary.


Covering all year groups and has teaching games as well as testing.

Story Time from Space

Listen and watch astronauts reading to you from the International Space Station

Inspiring young writers

Pobble offers a daily image with questions to answer, sparking young people’s imaginations as well as providing ideas for creative writing.


Welcome to RadioBlogging – daily shows with interactive activities to keep everyone busy and engaged, just listen and blog, it’s live, fun and interactive with new educational tasks each day for your students whether at home or in school.

Into Film

If your child is enjoying watching films while they’re off, perhaps take a look at this site which offers lots of follow up activities for children of all ages for lots of recent films.

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