We list a wide variety of schemes of work and programmes of study for the National Curriculum at Scheme Support. Many of these products are targeting only at primary schools, and hence their cost is reflective of bespoke support, teacher training days, huge resources banks and matching textbooks. However, there are many schemes of work out there that are well within the budget of a parent who wants to follow the National Curriculum at home.
Here are some suggestions for schemes of work that can be purchased for homeschooling, or for a parent who wants to follow a scheme of work to help with homework and to generally help their child with what is being taught in the national curriculum at school.
Subscription services like Twinkl, ClickTeaching, Classroom Secrets, Hamilton Trust and TeachIt Primary include access to several schemes of work across almost all of the primary subjects. This will often include planning, lesson presentations (usually in PowerPoint format) along with worksheets and activities. These subscription based sites include thousands of additional resources that support the teaching of each subject. Designed for individual use and navigation, each of the aforementioned services are super user-friendly with great customer support. The cost for each starts from as low as £10 a month, with discounts available for a full year subscription.
There are also plenty of schemes of work that are free, and are perfect for home learning. Free schemes of work for computing include Computing Champions and Purple Mash Computing. Whilst for languages, BCC Languages offers sequenced French and Spanish resources for free.
For a specialist PE scheme of work, PE Scholar accepts individual membership for a very low annual fee.
We hope this has been some help for parents looking for sequenced teaching resources for home learning. We will be continuously adding to this post, so if you have a suggestion that hasn't been featured then please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org