Online Learning For School Closure

On- Line Learning Websites for absent students

Please find below a non-exhaustive list of websites that will help students work from home.



For those revising at GCSE or A level. Lots of free revision content. Paid access to higher level material.



This is more for printouts, and usually at a fee, but they are offering a month of free access to parents in the event of school closures.


Ted Ed

All sorts of engaging educational videos! There are also discussion questions, information and tasks to complete.



Learn languages for free. Website or free app.


The Kids Should See This

Wide range of cool educational videos to watch and learn from!


Crash Course

You Tube videos on many subjects and a crash course into important topics.


iDEA Awards

Digital enterprise award scheme you can complete online. You have to sign up using an email.




All kinds of making and creating! You need to sign in using “Make A Personal Account” tab and use an email.


Big History Project

Multi-disciplinary activities. You need to sign up using an email.


Geography Games

Geography gaming!


DK Find Out

Activities and quizzes in a variety of subjects.


BBC Learning

This site is old and no longer updated and yet there's so much still available, from language learning to BBC Bitesize for revision. No TV license required except for content on BBC iPlayer.

Students make good progress because of the typically strong standard of teaching.

Ofsted 2018

The support for pupils with an education, health and care (EHC) plan is matched to their specific requirements. Consequently, these pupils typically make good progress and move on to next steps in education and employment.

Ofsted 2018

Pupils’ social, moral, spiritual and cultural development is effective.

Ofsted 2018

Leaders have reviewed the curriculum, so that the courses offered match pupils’ needs and interests and prepare them for their next steps in education or employment effectively.

Ofsted 2018

Students’ outcomes are good. A significant proportion of students typically attain the highest grades, including at A* to B, at A Level.

Ofsted 2018