Blended and home learning guidance and resources are being developed to support our schools and communities as they work to recover from the lockdown. This support is needed because teachers, families and young people will be developing new routines and new ways of working.

These are fun, home based projects for the whole family to learn about data. Data literacy is developed across all aspects of the curriculum. Therefore the projects support numeracy and literacy skills as well as creative and artistic tasks. The activities also aim to provide a great way to get all the family thinking about data and understanding where it can be found and how it can be used.

To help get you started with our blended and home learning guidance, we have created an FAQ and an overview of how data education is being implemented in our schools. Our resources page is constantly being update with a range resources for children at education levels. Projects assume no prior knowledge and aim to make use of materials commonly found in the home or surrounding area.

Data Science for Parents

Learn more about data education for schools, what your children will be learning about and how you can support them

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Frequently asked questions

Get the answers to our most commonly asked questions. Let us know if you have a question.

Frequently Asked Questions

Home & Blended Learning Resources

Get started with your data learning journey with our activities for home and blended learning.

Resources