As Christian mums, dads, or carers we have a significant opportunity to encourage and disciple our children as part of their education during this time. We hope these resources help you do this by God’s grace and for His glory.

Resources from our members

Care for the Family 

Scripture Union

  • Guardians of Ancora – a free game app for 8 – 11-year-olds to explore Bible stories through immersive experiences and stories.


  • Family Life — Resources for strengthening marriages and families.

Christian Education at Home Resources

May we be encouraged by Jesus’ vision for our children (and us!)

Jesus replied, The most important one is Israel, listen! Our God is the one Lord,and you must love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your being, with all your mind, and with all your strength. The second is this, You will love your neighbour as yourself. No other commandment is greater than these.” (Mark 12:29 – 31CEB)

Narnian Virtues — resources (videos and workbooks) on character education for 10 – 14-year-olds 

ABC Jesus Loves Me – this website has free lesson plans for children up to 5 years old. The lesson plans come with free PDF worksheets, guidelines for activities and lists of recommended books for academic development, biblical knowledge and more. 

Go Minno — a Christian streaming services with a number of educational shows including:

  • What’s In the Bible — From the co-creator of VeggieTales, Phil Vischer, this show puppets and animation to tell the whole story of Scripture, going through each book of the Bible. It helps children (ages 4 and up) to understand both the big picture’ and each book, as well as tackling more challenging questions around science, suffering, historicity, sin etc.
  • The Jesus, Story Book Bible — Using simple but beautiful animation and illustrations, combined with the profoundly inspirational and exegetical text written for children; this Bible helps children (and adults) grasp the Bible as the story of God’s love for them through Christ Jesus.
  • Theo — A high-quality animated series that uses stories to explore theological themes (hence the name) for children including forgiveness, redemption, justification, adoption, new birth etc.) 
  • Torchlighters — Animated stories of heroes of the faith’ including more ancient (Perpetua, Augustine) ones, those from the reformation time (Tyndale, Luther) and also more modern (Tubman, Liddel, Wormbrund) ones as well as others. This is for older children given the themes, perhaps 8 – 10+ depending on the child.

General Education at Home Resources

Every child is unique, including in their educational needs so as we get more involved in a day to day basis with our children’s education — we have a real opportunity to explore what a tailored education looks like for them. 

We know our children best, what they like, what they don’t, how they tick’ in lots of other ways, so trust your instinct (and theirs!) on what that might look like in education. Perhaps talk with them about what topics they would like to study and ones you are interested in as well.

Twinkl — a searchable catalogue of UK teaching resources, advice, guidance for parents, and a home learning hub with suggested daily schedule with live videos (311 years old), as well as a parents hub.

  • A subscription is required, but parents can get a free month with the code UKTWINKLHELPS

Scholastic Resource Bank

Free resources for home learning including some interactive games, guides for parents, activity packs, worksheets etc. 

Free home learning packs for EY and Primary – download upon registration for a free account 

Free resources collated in response to Coronavirus outbreak: 

Classroom Secrets

Free home learning packs and a kids website with games and activities for most of the core curriculum. 

The Maths Factor - by Carol Vorderman and Pearson Education – parents can register for free and can add extra subscriptions for their children, to access online lessons and activities 

Mrs Mactivity — this offers free home learning packs during Covid-19 through email subscription 

Phonics Play — free for children to access with a username (march20) and password (home)

ICT Games — offers free Maths and English games and printable sheets