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Greenhill Main Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S8 7RA


Greenhill Primary

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Home Learning

Our teaching staff have been working hard to put together Home Learning Packs for each year group, which can be accessed using the links below. The activities can be downloaded and the work completed electronically, if possible, or you can print the documents for your child(ren) to work on paper copies. 

We would love for you to send any completed work back to us, either electronic copies, scanned copies or photos of your work/activities! Please email your home learning to enquiries@greenhill.sheffield.sch.uk and your teacher will respond with their feedback.

We have also compiled lots of educational websites, resources, apps and activities that are recommended to use with your children. We hope you find these useful, if you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email us. 

This page will be updated regularly during the period of school closure.  

Please keep up to date with your teachers, school news and all aspects of home learning on ClassDojo. Please read our ClassDojo information letter to parents and our Parents Guide to ClassDojo documents, to help you. 

Other Activities

New! Sheffield Horangi Taekwondo - Lesson 1

New! Time Capsules Activity Sheets

New! Raspberry Pi Foundation - coding at home activities

Home Learning from Yorkshire Water contains lots of activities that can be done in the home and garden which support topic based curriculum learning. Check out their new YouTube video about the Water Cycle 

Check out Mrs Miskell's Busy Book

Lego challenge 

Forge Partnership  (our School Sports Partnership) - Physical activity and active learning

Table Tennis England - Play at home with TT Kidz

Field Studies Council (FSC) - simple, fun and active outdoor learning activities:


Free Video resources for children

Art with Olaf Falafel - (on YouTube) - every Monday at 11.00. Similar to Olaf's assembly at Greenhill last year - a bit of drawing - a bit of painting - a bit of fun and just a pinch of learning!

PE with Joe  Wicks - (on YouTube) Live - weekdays at 9.00am, but you can visit anytime to complete the daily 30 minute workouts.

Wildlife with Steve Backshall - (on Facebook) weekdays at 9.30am, answering all your wildlife, biology, conservation, geography and exploration questions.

Science with Maddie Moate - (on YouTube) - weekdays at 11.00am, Maddie (and Greg!) chat about all things science and nature.

Dance classes with Oti Mabuse - (on Facebook) - weekdays at 11.30am, but you can view previous classes at any time.

Storytime with David Walliams - (on his website) - a free story read by David everyday at 11.00am.

Music with Myleene Klass - (on YouTube) - twice at week, next one Friday 27th March at 10.00am, but you can view previous ones at anytime.

Useful websites for home learning

Lots of educational providers are offering their apps and e-learning platforms for free at the moment, so please take advantage of these with your child.

The National Curriculum - Learning at Home (all year groups)

Times Table Rockstars 

EYFS and KS1 Phonics

Maths with Parents

White Rose - Maths home learning for all year groups

Twinkl - Free resources for home learning

EYFS - collection of online learning and apps

Collins - supporting learning at home

Chatter Pack - resources for home learning

Babbel - learn a language - one month free trial

Times table packs - Year 1 to 6

The Maths Factor (created by Carole Vorderman)

Fitter Future Workouts

The English Hub - Home Learning Links


Useful websites and resources for children's mental well being and SEN

New! CAMHS Support Resources for children and families

Wellbeing Through Sport

Healthy Minds - ''Calm down' and 'Wake up' activities 

Sheffield Children NHS Trust - resources page

SCC Autism Team Newsletter

Wellbeing through sport and activity

British Red Cross - Kindness Calendar

Healthy Minds advice for parents during COVID-19 outbreak

Helping children cope with stress during COVID-19

Help kids feel calm

Social story to help children understand school closures

Helping children with ASD understand Coronavirus


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