St Osmund's Catholic Primary School

Love for God - Love for each other - Love for learning

We are joyfulWe are prayerfulWe are reflectiveWe enjoy working togetherWe meet every challengeWe are investigatorsWe grow together in our love of God


See 'Our Classes' above for your Home Learning sheets.  There are overviews on there for each class:

  • Reception
  • Year 1
  • Year 2
  • Year 3
  • Year 4
  • Year 5
  • Year 6

Home/School Learning Links

  There are lots of great websites out there that children can enjoy or may find helpful: 

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More information:

The BBC’s Bitesize website covers all areas of the curriculum, ranging from primary school level up to GCSE exams. It’s free to use and includes animations, revision flashcards and interactive sections to help your child learn. Oxford Owl is aimed at children aged 3-11 years old and is free to use. There are top tips for parents to help your child with their learning. There are also over 250 free eBooks.

National Geographic Kids is great for children aged six to 13 years old. It has some stunning images and interactive games. A lovely site for children to learn more about animals, wildlife and the world around them.

Maths interactive on-line games.

Used everyday at St. Osmund's, children will be familiar with the format and content of this website. Plenty of information for parents about phonics and how it is taught in school, and how you can support your child at home. 

Mathletics is a captivating online learning space providing children with all the tools they need to be successful learners both in the classroom and beyond. More information to follow on how we use this at St. Osmund's.   

This site provides educational ICT activities linked to the English National Curriculum. These games are targeted at infant school teachers and parents of infant age children. 

Busy Things is a multi-award-winning collection of educational games and activities to help kids learn between the ages of 3 and 11 — and to make it fun!  The activities are directly linked to the curriculum and subjects that your children are learning in primary school. Busy Things can be played on a computer, laptop or tablet.