St Stephen's Catholic Primary School and Nursery, a Voluntary Academy

     Home Learning @ St. Stephen's     

Welcome to the new home of our home learning information. 

Here you will find all the useful links we have gathered during lock-down, as well as information about how we are using Microsoft Teams to help us for the remainder of the school year. 

If you have any questions about home learning, please get in touch with the school office. 


We have been sent some great resources to help look after your mental well-being - all you have to do is watch the video then carry out the fun activities at a time that suits you!  You may even want to carry these out each Wednesday and call it your Wellbeing Wake-Up Wednesday.

Please let us know if you find these useful. 

Class specific information

Please visit your class pages for more content just for your class.

Please remember to keep checking on Tapestry - Mrs Blenkhorn and Mrs Turvill are setting you challenges to help to keep you and your grown up busy at home.

Playing is very important work! 

(Parents of children in nursery and reception should have received an invite to the site)

Reception: you are all invited to use 'Bug Club' which is part of Active Learn to help with your reading. Login via the Active Learn login page by clicking on the image. 

Crucial Crew game -

Nationwide resources

Below are links to some wonderful resources being provided by the government for all schools and families during the period of shutdown for schools. 

BBC Bitesize is providing daily lessons for each year group. Click on the Bitesize logo to go to their website and select which school year your child is in. There are also daily programmes which provide a summary of the learning topics for each day; you can find these by clicking on the iplayer logo. 

Letters and Sounds is a programme of phonics lessons designed for Reception and Year 1. Click on the logo to visit the website and choose the relevant stage for your child.  

White Rose Maths have provided daily maths lessons in partnership with the BBC Bitesize Daily team. These lessons give a short video and a worksheet to cover the daily topic. Plus a challenge at the end of the week. Click on the logo to visit the website.  

Please click here to access our guide to using Microsoft Teams at St. Stephen's.

If you have any problems logging in, please contact Mrs Dunn in the school office.

Our Home Learning Gallery

Subject areas

Please click on the headings to see the links in each section.

 Please use free social media resources such as: The Body Coach Live (every week day at 9am) or Play Hooray Live (every week day at 10am) 

The Oak National Academy has today launched its online classroom and resource hub. The Academy offers 180 video lessons each week for schools to use, across a broad range of subjects. The lessons cover children in Reception through to Year 10 and are free to use by both teachers and young people.

Craven Museum has released some great home learning materials - which are related to our local area!

Click the images to login to your accounts.

White Rose Maths

You should now have your child's login details for Yumu from Charanga music   - please let the school office know if you have not received this.

Please click the image to go to the login page. 

Leeds Diocese are producing daily singing lessons which can be accessed on You Tube on their channel Diocese of Leeds Schools Singing Programme, see yesterday’s here or

Please also just enjoy reading together - any reading is helpful and can be a great thing to do together as a family.


We would like to let you all know that our English advisor, Phillip Webb, who helped us devise our English Curriculum has designed a Home Learning unit for parents. This unit takes the children on a learning journey, all the way from prediction to publication. The unit of work uses all of the approaches we use at school, so the children will be very comfortable with it. The work is suitable for EYFS, KS1 and KS2. It has powerpoints and worksheets to use at home, as well as pointers for the adults who are delivering the unit, so is an invaluable resource. I highly recommend!

Please go the R.E. page for some great ideas from Miss Duncan to use on our Journey to Easter this Holy Week.