Handcross Primary


Home learning 

For specific subject learning links, see the curriculum pages. 

Here are some fun and educational websites you could also explore at home! 

25 MORE Non-Screen Activities

100 things to do Indoors

Indoor and Outdoor Scavenger Hunts

Creative Bug Craft Lessons (free trial)

Paper Horse That Walks

Reach Out Reporter - Child Friendly Science Updates (Weekly Videos)

'Why do I wash my hands?' (e-book)

First Aid course for children

Two FREE Children’s first aid courses each consisting of 5 x 20-30 min videos and workbook.  The STAR COURSE aims to teach important life saving skills and encourage children to join in.  During the course we will cover How to Deal with an Emergency,  CPR and the use of an AED , Bleeding , Fractures , Recovery Position, Choking and Burns. When you complete all five stars you achieve a Superstar Mini First Aider Certificate.  The star award course also comes with a activity pack that can be downloaded and completed. Click this link for the Children's First Aid STAR COURSE

Click the link for the activity pack​
Click here for the Superstar Mini First Aider Certificate

Places to read, watch or listen to stories online

Oxford Owl - free eBooks

Get Epic - free eBooksStoryline Online - real stories read by real people!Story Time from Space - books read from the International Space Station!

The Book Trust - stories to read or watch

Oliver Jeffers - A Book a DayCressida Cowell - How to Train Your Dragon (YouTube)

Tom Fletcher - There's a Monster in Your Book

Eric Carle - The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Michael Rosen - We're Going on a Bear Hunt

Thelma Lynne Godin - The Hula Hoopin’ Queen (read by Oprah Winfrey)

Mrs Bondonno's Virtual Assemblies

Click here to visit the Headteacher's assembly page


Amazing Homework Gallery

As well as working hard at home and continuing their learning via Seesaw and Tapestry, some of our pupils have gone the extra mile and have made fantastic video presentations and kind gestures. You could also get creative and make a card or write a letter to someone you are grateful to to say thank you, make a video or a collage.


Zara has recorded her own lockdown poem, it was edited by her big sister Mia

Abigail has created her own lockdown poem at home


Zara has been practicing "Reach for the Sky" at home for Assembly

Here is a link to Elise’s amazing hand-washing movie

Elise's video