E-Safety and Safeguarding 

Internet Matters
Parent Zone
Parents Protect

Worried about internet safety and your children? Visit CEOP's thinkuknow website for more information and resources.


BBC CBeebies - Fun, games, stories, activities and more from the BBC.

BBC Famous People - Learn about Henry VIII, Florence Nightingale, Samuel Pepys and the Great Fire of London and many more.

BBC Schools - A variety of games, activities and information for all curriculum areas.

BBC Schools Primary Subjects - Resources for the primary curriculum.

Education City - A great site with fun activities in literacy, maths and science.

ICT Games - A good website with lots of ideas particularly useful for numeracy games.

Numeracy Software - Free numeracy software to support mathematics teaching in schools.

Primary Games - Educational games for the primary classroom.

Top Marks - Lots of games and activities to support literacy and numeracy.


Helping your child with fluency, reasoning and problem solving - ideas for activities you use to support your child in developing their maths skills at home.

Maths Out and About Cards - fantastic activites for every occasion including a car journey and the supermarket!

Crickweb KS1 – a fabulous resource with all sorts of mathematics activities.

Crickweb KS2 – more maths resources for KS2

Bitesize KS1   - fun activities from the BBC to help children at KS1 learn more about Maths.

Bitesize KS2 – a super way to prepare for KS2 SATs

Conker maths – a way to help you learn Key Instant Recall Facts

Maths on Target - Helping Your Child with Maths - useful ideas on how you can help at home

Sumdog - helping your child develop their mental maths skills, each child has their own personal log in.


The Children’s Poetry Archive – a site with lots of access to

Spelling Match  - how good is your spelling? Find out here!

Starship English from the BBC – access many fun literacy activities here.

Storymaker – from the British Council. Create a story online.

Dance Mat Typing - how quick can you become?


Below is a short video to help explain how to say the different phonemes (sounds):



Nature Explorers – Explore different parts of nature

Mouth Power – learn how to look after your mouth really well

BBC Science – a wealth of science resources you can access to help you learn all sorts of science stuff!


Here you will find the presentation shown at the information evening. Please do ask if you have any further questions.

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