Pupil Links

Below are a number of online resources that we use in school which you might find handy to use at home too.

Use Google to search for information and answers on the internet.
E-Safety: Remember to be careful when searching for content online and follow the 'Safe Search' rules.

Do you know how to keep safe online? CEOP's Thinkuknow website offers age related information for parents and children on how to stay safe when using the internet.

With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively.
You need Adobe Flash to use scratch.

Education City provides fun educational games in the form of online activities. It covers many subject areas and has proved to be an exciting learning environment for children of all ages.

A Micro:bit is a small programmable computer which can be used for all sorts of creations, from robots to musical instruments - the possibilities are endless.

Tinkercad is used by designers, hobbyists, teachers, and kids, to make toys, prototypes, home decor, Minecraft models, jewelry – the list is truly endless!

PhonicsPlay website is filled with free interactive games. There are many ideas and lots of advice to support parents in helping their children learn to read.

Developed by a team of experienced specialist teachers at the Bristol Dyslexia Centre, Nessy aims to rebuild self-confidence, rediscover self-esteem and establish a love of learning.

Mathletics switches kids on to maths. It’s engaging, supportive and targeted to the various National Curricula of the UK, from Foundation Stage to Key Stage 5.

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