Websites that we use in school. Click on the image to go to the page.
Other useful websites:
The BBC’s Bitesize website covers all areas of the curriculum, ranging from primary school level up to GCSE exams. It’s free to use and includes animations, revision flashcards and interactive sections to help your kids learn.
Oxford Owl is aimed at children aged three to 11 years old and is free to use. It helps children learn reading and maths, and there are also top tips for parents to help your child with their learning. The site also features hundreds of free ebooks.
National Geographic Kids is great for children aged six to 13 years old. It has stunning images, interactive games and colouring books, and it's a lovely site for children to learn more about animals, wildlife and the world around them. It's free to use.
Top Marks is aimed at children aged three to 18 years old and is an independent educational website for kids, parents and teachers. It’s free to use and links through to useful online resources for subjects including maths, science and languages.
From famous battles to ancient wars, kids can learn all about the history of Britain, as well as other countries on this fun website. BBC History for Kids also teaches kids about historical figures, such as Shakespeare, Napoleon Bonaparte and Martin Luther King. They'll be mini historians in no time!
If your little one loves space, then they'll love Nasa Kids' Club. They'll be able to find out how much they'd weigh in space, test their roving skills on Mars and complete other space-related activities.
Kids' Black History is a YouTube channel that's free to watch and it aims to cover aspects of Black history that are missed out of the national curriculum. There are videos on everything, from history to geography and languages.
Childline is there to give young people a voice when no one else is listening. Whatever problems or dangers they're facing, it is a place for them to turn to for support – any time of day or night. Childline is a free, private and confidential service where children and you people can talk about anything.
They can be contacted on 0800 1111, or have a range of information, support and tools online.
Talk PANTS helps children understand that their body belongs to them, and they should tell someone they trust if anything makes them feel upset or worried. A really useful website to help you start the conversation with your child,
Childnet parents and carers page – information, advice and resources for parents and carers on a wide range of topics affecting children and young people online. They also have excellent resources about how to have a conversation about the online world with your child, how to set up parental controls, create a family agreement and what to do if you are worried about a child.