These may be a website recommended for parents, children or both! Please remember to be eSafe aware.
Primary Games Arena is the largest resource of Primary School games in the universe. Kids have full national curriculum game coverage.
MyMaths – as a school we have subscribed to this site, and each child has his / her own log in and password, to access the online lessons and homework section.
The homework tasks will be set by your Maths teacher (and pupils will need their login / password for these activities).
If accessing the website using an ipad:
Some pupils have found it hard to use all the features of mymaths when on an ipad. The help desk at mymaths have suggested that you –
Download an app called Puffin Academy – then enter mymaths through this app and there should not be any further problem.
‘Twinkl’ has some lovely resources for parents and children, very useful for the weekends or holidays. We also use Twinkl in school, most recently for our Year 1’s ‘Passports round the World’ activity.
We upload a variety of video’s to our channel, such as our ‘Art and maths project’, ‘Addition in Reception’ or the ‘Battle of Hastings’ re enactment. Why not have a look!
For parents to help their children develop vital communication and literacy skills from birth to age eleven.
Cool math 4 kids is an amusement park of math, games and more – especially designed for fun, fun, FUN!
Games, puzzles and ‘Tell Me More’ where you can learn more about space, nature, machines and the world we live in. The answers to questions such as ‘Why are skunks black and white?’ and ‘How do rainbows form?’
A great site to learn touch typing in a fun way, this is a really useful skill for children (and parents!) to have in this world full of computers.
Oxford Owl – Help your child’s maths and reading
This has to be one of our favourites, if you are a Biff, Chip and Kipper fan then look at this site for these and if you aren’t yet a fan, there are 100’s of other ebooks to read online with your parents. There is guidance for parents at the start and end of each book, if you turn the sound up you can hear the book being read. The are many fun learning activities and and expert help section. The reading section covers age 3 to11. The maths section covers age 3 to 7.
Norfolk Schools Website
A site full of information an guidance for parents, schools and governors
Norfolk County Council
Everything (well nearly) that you need to know about what Norfolk County Council does and provides.
Norfolk Family Information Service
Details of out-of-school clubs, holiday play schemes, help for families of children with additional needs, and childcare information.
Department of Education
If you want higher level detail of the governments guidelines, plans and information about Education and the guidelines for schools, this is the site for you.
Topmarks – Homework help
A good site for homework resources and help.
Kidsmart – Internet Safety
Information for Mum and Dad about how to keep you safe online.
BBC – Parents, support your child’s education
Good resources to help Mum and Dad to support your learning from School through to university.