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Educational Resources

We promote parent/carer involvement in your children’s education. We believe it is important to encourage your child to share with you their learning at home and to take some time to support the work they are doing in school through activities such as regularly reading together.

Parents’ Evenings will be held twice a year, but members of staff are usually available to talk to parents after school.  Along with Government guidelines you will be given the Home School Agreement which we hope you will support and sign.

Below are some links which you may find useful in supporting your child’s education.

  • 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. There are also over 250 free ebooks.
  • National Geographic Kids is great for children aged six to 13 years old. It has some stunning images and interactive games and colouring books. A lovely site for children to learn more about animals, wildlife and the world around them. It's free to use, but you can also subscribe to the monthly magazine and the interactive app .
  • Shaun's Game Academy is aimed at primary school children and above. Based on Aardman Animations Shaun the Sheep character, it lets children design their own game, learn how to code and even win prizes.
  • 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.
  • One for the parents to explore. Funology offers parents a great selection of kids' recipes, science experiments, magic tricks to try, games to play, as well as clever jokes and trivia. This is a good website for mums and dads to consult while trying to occupy children during the school holidays.
  • Make Me A Genius is filled with videos that cover a variety of subjects, such as physics for kids, photosynthesis, the nervous system, solar system and electricity. All of the videos are kid-friendly.
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