The following guidance has been taken from the Government website:
Supporting your children's education during coronavirus (COVID-19)
Information, guidance and support for parents and carers of children who are learning at home.
We have published an initial list of online educational resources covering various subjects and age groups that have been recommended by teachers and school leaders.
Bitesize Daily has been developed by the BBC to provide new lessons every weekday for pupils in year 1 to year 10. Created in collaboration with teachers and educational experts, its videos and interactive activities cover core subjects and other topics on the school curriculum. Content is available for free on television, online and through BBC iPlayer.
Oak National Academy
Schools might also consider using resources from Oak National Academy, which was created by teachers from schools across England in response to school closures. This free resource for teachers will provide the equivalent of 3 hours of lessons a day for primary school pupils and 4 hours a day for secondary across a variety of subjects. Lessons have been created by practising teachers, combining videos, quizzes and worksheets.
Schools can download the Oak schools pack, which provides guidance and videos to share should schools want to use Oak as part of their remote education plans. Packs are available for primary, secondary and specialist schools, and include the full Oak curriculum (until the end of the summer term) to help schools plan.
Guidance for parents and carers on Mental Health and Wellbeing for children: