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St Pancras Catholic Primary

St Pancras
Catholic Primary School

Website Links and Home Learning

We will be introducing spellings and homework over the next few weeks. If your child would like to do some work at home in the meantime, please focus on the Year 1 and 2 common exception words, that can be found below. 

Please find below a list of the Year 1 and Year 2 words to practise reading and spelling at home. These include tricky words, high frequency words and common exception words. 


Useful websites to use at home - For covering the whole curriculum: 

  • BBC Bitesize Information, videos and activities for all areas of the KS1 curriculum
  • Top Marks Games and activities for English, Maths and other curriculum areas

  • ICT Games Games and activities supporting English, Maths and other curriculum areas

  • Crickweb Games and activities for all curriculum areas

  • Twinkl An educational resource website, which has supporting activities and information for all areas of the curriculum

  • DK Findout! Information and factfiles for lots of topics and subjects

  • imoves- the imovement Activities and support for children's mental well-being, including cross-curricular links

  • Barefoot computing Barefoot Computing provides practical activities and interactive games to support the computer science aspects of the Computing curriculum.



For English activities 

  • Oxford Owl Ideas, activities and support for English and Maths. Free e-books to support reading

  • Phonics Play Phonics based games for all levels. In Year 2, we are revising Phase 5 and focusing on Phase 6 phonics.

  • Phonics Bloom Phonics based games for all levels. In Year 2, we are revising Phase 5 and focusing on Phase 6 phonics.

  • Pobble 365 Daily pictures to inspire discussions and written work. Spelling, punctuation and grammar related activities too. Superb inspiration for writing stories.

For Maths activities 

  • White Rose Maths We use White Rose as our maths scheme in school. They are uploading activities and supporting videos weekly. Take a look!

  • Times Tables Rock Stars Times tables website ( or app). You will need the log in provided in your child's reading diary.

  • BBC Supermovers Videos and physical activities to support the learning of times tables

For physical activities