Supporting your child at home
Oxford Owl is a FREE website built to support you with your child’s learning at home.
To help you along the way, you’ll find age-specific reading and maths tips and activities, FREE eBooks, and lots of fun ideas to really bring your child’s learning to life.
You will also find support and advice on a range of questions you may have – including helping your child with their phonics, motivating boys to read and ensuring your child is doing their best in maths.
The BBC has it all! Click on to the parents section and here you will find a bundle of resources to support learning at home. Each subject area has it's own page and is packed full of games, printable sheets and quizzes to encourage your childs love of learning.
A particular favourite is the Words and Pictures page which supports children's phonic knowledge and spelling. Click here to take a look
However it's not just about the children. There are lots of tips and advice for parents too. Webwise helps you understand the internet better and if you fancy sitting the year 6 Maths SAT? There is a page that gives sample questions offereing you an insight into what it is like for children today.
This website has been specially designed for children who have Special Educational Needs or disabilities. The website shares advice, support and information about events happening all over the country. There are also pages dedicated to supporting your child's learning at home.
CEOP's Think U Know Now website offers great advice for safer internet use and e-safety at home. There are safe pages for children to enjoy but some great materials too for parents to ensure your children are always safe online. There is also a page for reporting any concerns that you have.
Espresso has are over 8000 videos and 1000s of other resources aligned to all curriculum areas and grouped into key stages.
The easy to use videos created by educators are specifically designed to meet key concepts and objectives and are age appropriate.