Trowse Primary School

Be Safe, Be Happy, Learn!

Pepperpot Drive, Norwich, Norfolk NR14 8TU



Below are a few links specifically to help you at home with learning.


Home-School Links

Seesaw (Our platform for sharing learning between home and school)

Pupil Asset (reporting absences, ordering dinners, updating your information)


Phonics and Reading

Phonics 'Success For All' Parent Portal (support for you, as well as access to all e-readers) 

Accelerated Reader (our Key Stage 2 reading system)



'Freckle' login page (personalised maths support for year 2-6)

White Rose Maths (Great lessons, every day, for every year group)

TT Rockstars (Times tables practise- log-in required)

Corbett Maths (what some more support? Every objective for KS2 covered with a video, sample questions and answers)

MathsFrame -times tables check (No login required)

Y4 times tables check (log in details required)


Other Links

Discovery Education -Espresso (A wealth of resources on all subjects and topics- log in required)

Scratch (Coding)

Oak National Academy (Where lots of our remote learning will be)

BBC Bitesize (A great resource for all subjects and all ages.)

Developing Experts (Science resources, lesson by lesson. Log in required)

Twinkl Home learning Hub (updated daily with new activities and learning. Sorted by age too)

Think You Know? (A great resource for supporting e-safety learning)

Internet Matters (Information and advice for you are parents and carers)

Norfolk County Council Learning Links (a list of sites compiled by NCC, for families)

Leaning outside the classroom (ideas for you at home)

Maths & English Mastery (Printable workbooks for year groups in Maths and English, good quality resources.

Pobble 365 (Great resource for daily English thinking and writing)

Tate Kids (Lots of ideas for you)

EdShed (English resources including spelling)

Google login (children's link to log in to their Gmail, etc..)

Duolingo (A free app & website for children to continue learning a language, or try a e one, in a structured and clear step-by-step way.

The Natural History Museum (free resources and virtual tours! Worth a look...)

National Geographic Animals (a lovely website telling you lots about some of the world's favourite animals