Learning Links, Online Education Support

Please find a list of websites below which you may like to introduce to your child.  We hope you find some of these useful.

In addition to the sites below, please visit our Curriculum/Subject pages to discover more subject-based sites for learning.

English - Mrs Sugden, our Faculty Head for English recommends several very goods websites for improving literacy and English.  Please visit the English Faculty/Very Useful Things pages where you will find lots of learning links.

 

Ask  

Used to be "Ask Jeeves".   Search engine - ask any question.

https://uk.ask.com/

 

CBBC  

Website of Children's BBC Television

Useful games and quizzes online (free).
www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc

CEBEEBIES 

BBC website for pre-schoolers.

Games, interactive activities, familiar characters, sing-a-long.  Suitable for younger audiences.

www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies

BBC Bite Size 

www.bbc.co.uk/education

Online learning resources supporting the national curriculum. Everything from Key Stage One to GCSE subject support.  

 

Education City 

Engaging, educational resources and games for students aged 3-12 years,
as well as time-saving tools that support teachers in the classroom and at home.  There is a free trial but this website is based on the user paying a subscription fee.  

iBoard 

Lots of online resources to support National Curriculum.  This website is aimed at teachers but is available to all.

 

National Geographic for Kids 

https://www.natgeokids.com/

All sorts of subjects to explore - for example - "Facts About World War 1" ,l "Ten Facts About Killer Whales", "Facts about The Arctic", "The Life of King Henry VIII".   There are also quizzes and online resources availalbe.  

Very colourful, beautiful photographs.  

Oxford Owl 

Online learning resources for children from Oxford University.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

 

Study Ladder
 

https://www.studyladder.co.uk/

Studyladder is a web based program built by teachers to help students of all abilities have fun while learning.