Cowley Road, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 2LX

Uxbridge (01895) 590112

Whitehall Infant School

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Home Learning


To access the home learning for your child's year group, please click on the link below to access their Year group home learning page.



Please find attached our 'guidance explained' handout to help parents and carers understand the advice and guidance given by the Government and the Department for Education - Government Guidance Explained.pdf


Reading Eggs

You will need your child’s Reading Eggs login to access this site.

Click on the picture below to access the website:

For information on how to login to this website please see the following presentation:

Reading Eggs How to PowerPoint.pdf

For help with how to use this website please see the below guide from Reading Eggs:

Reading egg parent. carer guide.pdf


You will need your child’s Mathseeds login to access this site.

Click on the picture below to access the website:



For information on how to login to this website please see the following presentation:

Mathseeds powerpoint.pdf


If you have trouble using this website, please see the below troubleshooting tips from Mathseeds:

Mathseeds troubleshooting tips.pdf

London Grid for Learning

There are many different learning websites available through London Grid for Learning. You will need your child’s LGfL login to access these site.

Click on the pictures below to access the websites:


Busy Things is an interactive resource that will give access to a wide range of fun and exciting activities, downloadable materials and games.


This resource provides lots of videos to help you and your child practise maths together!  


J2blast is a great website for practising spelling and grammar. 


Please remember it is important that your child stays active whilst at home. Please see the attached documents for ideas of activities you can complete with your child at home - Fitness challenge cards and Garden Yoga for Kids.


Take part in Whitehall's wonderful active challenge - Whitehall's wonderful active challenge.pdf and Whitehall's Wonderful Active Challenge Map.pdf


It is also important that children do not spend too much time looking at a screen. The attached information has some really great ideas for activities children can do that don't involve using technology - 25 Non-screen activities for children.


Right now, being a parent has never been tougher or felt more overwhelming. Please don't be hard on yourself when things don't go as you think they should. Give yourself credit for the little things that do go right. Parent club are here for all parents who need tips, ideas and advice to help make this time a little bit easier:


Purple Mash - Class Blogs

Purple Mash is a website that children can use to safely keep in touch with their class teacher Safely. It has a useful blog feature that allows children to see pictures and messages from their teacher that children can reply to. Children can also create their own posts that can include text and pictures for their teacher and friends to see. Please see the attached letter for more information - Purple mash letter.pdf

We have made a video to help you make the most of the class blogs - 


Guidance for parents and carers: keeping children safe online

The Dept for Education have updated their information for parents and carers to include a section on keeping children safe online. It provides links to online resources that will help support parents and carers in keeping their children safe online. Please see Section 6.3 on the following website:

Online radicalisation and digital safety resource

The Government and the Prevent Network have worked collaboratively to produce the attached information resources to protect against online radicalisation. Digital safety during COVID-19 (2).pdf and Talking at Home About Extremism - Primary (AB with Additional Slide) (3) (1).pdf



During the school closure period, Twinkl are giving parents access to their resources FREE for one month. Visit and enter the promotion code CVDTWINKLHELPS


The below websites provide free resources that may help your child with their home learning


 Click on the image to access Oxford OwlHere you will find phonics, spellings, maths and reading activities that your child can   complete as well as helpful videos and booklets to help you as parents support your child. 



 Click on the image to access Cbeebies. Here you will find games and puzzles to help your child with their learning.



 Click on the image to access BBC Bitesize. Here you will find a range of activities for your child to enjoy on lots of different subjects.


  Click on the image to access Primary Games Arena. Here you will find a range of games on different subjects that your child can play to assist them with their learning.


 Click on the image to access Audible. All children's audiobooks are available for free while schools are closed.


 Click on the image to access Classroom Secrets for downloadable home learning resources.


 Click on the image to access Purple Mash. Free during the school closure period. Daily activities are produced on different subjects.


  Click on the image to access Mathematics Mastery for free maths resources.


Ideas for Weekend Fun


Local residents get a Hillingdon First Card

 If you are a resident in the Borough of Hillingdon, you can register for a 'Hillingdon First Card' which gives you discounted parking in some local car parks, discounts at some local businesses and free entry to local places of interest. To register or to find out more information, visit


Visit your local library


Why not join your local library - it's free! You and your child can visit the library to borrow books (including books in a range of languages), audiobooks, CD's and DVD's. During school holidays many libraries hold free exciting activities for families to enjoy. Visit for more information on your local library.


 The Battle of Britain Bunker

 Entry to the Battle of Britain Bunker is FREE for Hillingdon First Cardholders and children under the age of 18. You can have a tour of the original bunker used during the Battle of Britain and visit the Visitors Centre to find out more information on life during the Battle of Britain - there are lots of fun, interactive displays for children to enjoy! Visit for more information and details of various free events they run during school holidays.


Visit a local park

 We are very lucky to have some wonderful parks in our local area. When the weather is dry why not visit a park near you? Not only is it free and fun but it helps your child to lead a healthy lifestyle. Visit to find which parks are in your local area.


Ruislip Lido

Ruislip Lido is a great place to take the children in the warm weather. There is a great pathway around the lido for a lovely walk, a cafe and plenty of play space for children. Alternatively, children can play in the sand or take a ride on the small train. Visit for more information.


Black Park, Langley Park and Denham Country Park

Black park, Langley park and Denham Country park are much larger parks not too far from Uxbridge. Visit for more information.