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Work for children isolating at home

We know that home schooling is not easy.  To help we have created some resources to help you and your child plan your week of home learning.

Learning at Home

The work in the year group pencils is for the children who are isolating at home.  Class teachers will direct the children to the unit of work they want them to complete.


We look forward to seeing your work when we are back at school!  Don't forget that you can still e-mail any work that you do to school, just like last year.



  • Keeping children safe whilst online is so important.  Please look for the ‘Staying Safe Online’ star towards the bottom of this page, or visit our safeguarding website page for valuable advice and resources.


  • Please continue to share all of your hard work with your teachers - they are thoroughly enjoying seeing it.  Click here for details or e-mail your work to


  • Keep yourself busy - click on the stars towards the bottom of this page for lots of exciting activities.


What is new?


  • Fancy taking part in some outdoor science lessons and learning about the environment?  The Field Studies Council is creating some FREE Live Lessons that you can sign up for.  Either click here or scroll down to the Celebrity Online Lessons timetable for more details.
Why Do I Wash My Hands and Wear A Mask?  Click on the link below for a child friendly book explaining why we need to keep washing our hands, how to wash them really well and why some people choose to wear a mask.

Year Group Units of Work

Wonderful World

We may not be able to travel at the moment but you can learn about different countries through our Passport to the World Projects.


Your teachers have created these exciting projects for you to work on for a minimum of 1 hour per day.  By the end of a week, you should have completed 1 project. You will then work on a different project the following week.

Rainbow Hour


Dudley Wood Primary is proud to be part of the Black Country Rainbow Hour campaign.  The Black Country Rainbow Hour is a campaign which aims to provide all pupils across the Black Country with access to one hour of wellbeing and physical activity each day.


We would like all of our children and their families to commit to a daily hour of physical or mental well-being activities and we are launching our involvement today, in readiness for the half term break.  We have provided a Rainbow Hour Activity booklet in the rainbow below, which gives ideas of activities which can be done at home.  


After half term, both pupils in school and at home will be set physical and mental well-being activities each day.


When we fully re-open, the Rainbow Hour will form part of our return to school curriculum.


We hope you have fun!

Children's Mental Health Week and Safer Internet Day
The Children's Mental Heath Week and Safer Internet Day resources have been moved to the Well Being and Computing stars lower down this page. Please also visit our Supporting Mental Health and Useful links pages for further resources and advice.
Music - Dudley Performing Arts

Although English and maths are important we know that your children also need to have lots of fun! Dudley Performing Arts has produced a series of video lessons to throw yourselves into. Each week we will upload 3 different activities for KS1 and KS2 children (and parents) to try out – they might be singing, vocal warm ups, body percussion, rhythm work or dance. Pots, pans, buckets and spoons can easily become drums when needed. Just click on the stars below to get started and you will find links to YouTube videos. Have fun!

Other Subject Areas

Your teachers have been busy finding lots of exciting activities for you to do at home to help make learning fun.  We have  provided links to some amazing websites below.


Although many of the activities are free, a few do incur a small charge which we have tried to indicate.


Always seek an adult's permission before signing up to any website.