Learning resources for home schooling

03 April 2020

With many parents now tackling the curriculum with their children at home, we’ve collated a few helpful resources based around copyright and literacy that may help.

ALCS has a range of copyright resources for teaching people of all ages about its importance, including new resources for children and teachers

ALCS, in partnership with the National Literacy Trust, has launched The Great Copyright Hunt, which aims to teach children about the importance of copyright through everyday objects

The Anne Frank Trust UK announced the Creative Writing Awards, which asks children aged 10-15 to write a poem, story, essay or article inspired by Anne Frank

CILIP is running the National Shelf Service which is a daily broadcast, Monday to Friday at 11am, featuring book recommendations for children and young people

CLPE has a number of free resources for those who are teaching literacy at home

Cracking Ideas, run by the Intellectual Property Office, has a number of resources which aim to teach children about the importance of copyright and intellectual property

Google has set up the Teach from Home hub to help teachers during the crisis

Into Film has provided free activities to help children with their film knowledge, critical thinking and literacy skills

National Literacy Trust have launched the Family Zone, to help support parents who are supporting their children’s literacy learning

Now Press Play has produced a home learning package so children can study the curriculum interactively at home

Oxford University Press has resources for learners of all ages based on their publications as well as free learning resources for those teaching children ages 3-11 at home

The Reading Agency has put together a COVID-19 Toolkit to Stay Connected to help parents keep reading with their kids and stay connected

 

This list will be updated with new resources as they become available.

Last updated 10 July 2020