At our school, we believe in supporting children to become independent learners both at home and in school. Below is a list of websites to help make the best of home learning.
Websites to support homework and general learning
Well designed and good fun reference site for all those homework queries
Hundreds of pages of easy to read information and facts on many homework topics and support for English and maths.
Good website for a wide range of subjects and general info about education
General support for areas across the curriculum with age appropriate games to support your child’s learning
Websites to support reading
Reading Matters is about books and ideas for children and teenagers who are keen to choose their own books. There is an interactive book finder form as well as lists of books and authors.
Information on children?s books and authors including new books, extracts, reviews, interviews and competitions.,
Book recommendations for all ages
Direct link to selection of titles specifically written to help dyslexic readers
Direct link to selection of titles specifically chosen to engage children who aren’t enthusiastic to read
Websites to support phonics
Websites to support times tables
Websites to support maths fluency
Websites to support computing
Websites for general interest and amazing facts and information (particularly science, geography and history)
There is information for children of all ages, with footage from Mars and the International Space Station, interviews with astronauts and news on the latest launches. There are also games and craft activities for younger children.
Websites to support cooking and learning about food
Websites for games and fun activities
Website with lots of games, information and age appropriate TV shows to watch
A celebration of all things Cat In The Hat.
Lots of fun things to do including jokes and riddles, wacky facts, magic tricks, yummy recipes and weird science.,
Show me has games and fun activities and ideas for places to go for children
Games all based on animals