HOME LEarning - GUIDance AND Resources 

Please click on the Year Groups below to find the week Home Learning packs for the week beginning Monday 13th July 2020Please note the activities are also available via the online Google Classrooms along with additional resources.  If your child has not yet joined, please help them to do so by clicking on the instructions link below. If you have any problems or your child does not have their username and/or password, please email googlerequest@marlborough.hounslow.sch.uk

In addition, please find links to other free online resources, ideas for keeping children physically active and advice from the Local Authority in regard to supporting the well-being of children and families. Please remember that the learning activities are also available from online google classrooms. Login instructions can be found under the 'Parents' tab and then 'Letters to Parents'.  Thank you.

Thank you.  


Story Time with Mrs Redman

Story Time with Ms Sahota

Story Time with Miss Drennan

Phonics with Ms Sahota

Story Time with Mrs Redman

Phonics with Mrs Redman

Story Time with Ms Sahota

Story Time with Ms Sahota



Year 1


Year 2


Year 3


Year 4


Year 5


Year 6


Marlborough Centre


Google Classroom - Joining Instructions 


Coronavirus - Addendum to Behaviour Policy Including Home Learning Partnership 


Link to Free On-Line Phonics Lessons for Reception and Year 1 Children 


Message to the Children from Mrs Gill 


Introduction to Google Classroom - Mrs McKeever


Link to Free Online Lessons from Oak National Academy  

Mr Ryan - Infant Story Time - Rosie's Walk

Mr Ryan - Infant Story Time - We're Going on a Lion Hunt

Mr Ryan - Infant Story Time - A Squash and A Squeeze

Mr Ryan - Infant Story Time - Monkey Puzzle

Mr Ryan - Infant Story Time - Giraffes Can't Dance 

Mr Ryan - Nonsense Poetry 

Mr Ryan - Infant Story Time - The Gruffalo

Free Online Resources


Department of Education - List of Free Online Resources 


Keeping Children Physically Active

We would strongly recommend that families adopt a routine approach to their child’s learning e.g. setting clear boundaries as to when they carry out learning activities, taking regular breaks and exercise and limiting the amount of time children spend playing computer games etc.  This will help to provide variety and purpose to your child’s day.

Further Advice for Families and Children