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Home Learning

Please take a look at the home-learning resources and other materials for you to keep your children entertained whilst at home. This will be regularly updated so keep checking for new posts!

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Friends of Stockton House School

The Friends of Stockton House School are all mums of children at Stockton House School and are busy finding ways to entertain their children whilst the school is temporarily closed. Please head over and like their Facebook page and see what everyone is getting up to:

Twinkle Learning Resources

Twinkl are offering a free month's subscription for all parents. To access the offer please visit and follow the on-screen prompts:


Step 1: Go to

Step 2: Enter the code you have received, or CVDTWINKLHELPS if you have not yet been given a code

Step 3: Share the offer code and website link with anyone who could benefit 


Twinkl also have a Home Learning Hub so if you are a parent or teacher, at home or still in school, their Home Learning Hub has you covered during school closures. Each day you'll find a new set of daily activities to get involved with. Qualified Twinkl teachers will provide book readings, live lessons, positive news updates and more. They'll be bringing you activities from our partners too, to help fill your days and offer some much-needed variety. Activities will be listed the day before - giving you enough time to get prepped and set up for the next day's learning. Visit the Home Learning Hub here:

Wonderwood Explorers

Wonderwood is all about getting kids outside, climbing trees, getting muddy, making things, playing games, getting inspired by nature and having fun.  Ellie is posting some amazing ideas as to what to do at home with your children so please head to her page when you have a moment:

30 Day Lego Challenge

Did you know that Lego has been around for over 60 years! The first interlocking blocks were created in 1949 and the figures that we know and love today arrived in 1978.


Lego is an amazing way for your children to play either on their own or with others and seeing as we have a bit of time on our hands, why not try the 30-day Lego challenge and see what amazing creations your child can come up with?  There are many ideas out there on the internet but we like this one.  Maybe you can share your creations on our Facebook page?