Whiston Worrygoose J&I School

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Hall Close Avenue, Whiston, Rotherham, South Yorkshire



Whiston Worrygoose J&I School

Part of White Woods Primary Academy Trust

Coronavirus Home Learning

If your child is currently self isolating and unable to attend school, we have added a home learning pack for each year group below in order for them to continue to practise form home. Click on each link below to view the worksheets. This page also contains lots of great links to ideas for home learning and we would ask you to ensure your child continues to read every day they are able to whilst at home.
EYFS Home learning Pack  
Year 1 Home Learning Pack
Year 2 Home Learning Pack
Year 3 Home Learning Pack
Year 4 Home Learning Pack
Year 5 Home Learning Pack
Year 6 Home Learning Pack

Here are some sites chosen by our teachers to help you if you are stuck!

Primary Homework Help

You can find information on any subject here – perfect for a research project or good to browse and brush up on general knowledge skills. 


This website is packed with information about Geography and Science. 


The Science Museum has a great section with information on different subjects like transport, computers and more. There are also links to different objects in the museum as well as the latest science news.


Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum has a children’s section with lots of information on dinosaurs as well as other areas.



Encourage your child to use this website to help with revision for any tests in English, Maths or Science. It is aimed at Years 3, 4, 5 and 6.



Newsround is a BBC News website for children. There are lots of videos and articles to help children keep up-to-date on what is going on in the world around them.   Sections include Sport, Entertainment, Animals and News.



Another homework help website. There are lots of great articles on how to help your child with different aspects of their education, from handwriting, to SATs preparation.



This link will take you to the Free Resources section of the BEAM website. BEAM stands for ‘Be a Mathematician’. The resources are great to help children with their mathematical understanding.