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Websites to support learning

Here are some websites that we think will help you work with your children at home, reinforcing much of the work we do here in school. Why not have a try and let us know how you get on. We are always keen to find out about new websites, so if you have any favourites, please let us know.


TT Rockstars

This website is every pupils favourite way to learn their tables.  They can challenge each other and staff! as well as try to beat their own scores.  Each child has a log in for this site.


 Purple Mash

This website aims to help all children with their writing, coding or boosting their creativity.



This website has a plethora of resources which include free grammar, maths and spelling games, as well as a number of different resources


Education City

This website is free and is an excellent way to learn all subjects with activities to support learning.


BBC Bitesize-

This covers both key stage 1 (KS1) and KS2 (KS2) for a wide range of subjects

BBC Bitesize is a useful page. Some of the materials are not quite age appropriate at the moment as the site is currently being developed to match the new curriculum. However, it is a good resource and is continually improving.


Woodlands Primary School  -

Woodlands Junior  is an excellent site with games and challenges in maths and grammar. It has fantastic interactive resources across a range of subjects.


The National Numeracy Website -

This is a really good website with lots of useful resources. It is designed to raise standards of numeracy across the country for both children and adults and it has specific areas for parents who want to help their children.


Crickweb -  

Another good website for a wide range of subjects and general info about education


Other websites to support phonics and reading


Other websites to support times tables


Other websites to support maths fluency


Other websites to support computing



PE Joe Wicks PE activities with PE resources


Music Free music ideas




Websites to promote learning across the whole curriculum