As a school we have checked the websites on this page and we recommend them.
The following Mathematics websites are free to access and offer lots of online games and resources to support your child’s learning at home.
In Years 4, 5 and 6, we subscribe to Sumdog and Primary Maths. Your child will have an individual password that they can use to log on both at home and in school. These sites are particularly useful in helping to develop your child’s mental agility and consolidate their learning at school. You can support your child by encouraging them to access these sites regularly and by talking about their progress/achievements with them. You can click on the image below to go straight to the website.
The National Literacy Trust have a great website with milestones, fun stuff, books and great activity sheets for different age groups. A super website to explore. Please click here for the weblink -
Story museum is another great website to support your child with reading and enjoying books. There are story activities for age groups which then have further links to other websites for stories. There is also a section on the story museum website where you can choose from a story genre to share with your child. Here is the link to use -
If you would like to develop your child's touch typing skills then please use this website - http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/typing/
If you would like to remind your child of Sing Up song words or learn some new ones then please use the following weblink -
If you would to help your child find out more about British history then these are good websites to use -
If you would like to help your child find out more about World history then these are good websites to use -
Finally, for those of you who have children who like Horrible History books we're sure they will enjoy this weblink -