Pupil Zone

Here are some very useful websites to help your learning journey.

WOODLANDS JUNIOR

http://www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/

Wooodlands Junior is a Primary School in Kent that has a great information site. You can find information on any subject here – perfect for a research project or good to browse and brush up on general knowledge skills.

 

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC KIDS

Click to go to National Geographic Kids

This website is packed with information about Geography and Science.

 

SCIENCE MUSEUM

Click for Science Museum

The Science Museum has a great section with information on different subjects like transport, computers and more. There are also links to different objects in the museum as well as the latest science news.

NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM

Click for Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum has a children’s section with lots of information on dinosaurs as well as other areas.

KS2 BITESIZE REVISION

Click for KS2 Bitesize

Encourage your child to use this website to help with revision for any tests in English, Maths or Science. It is aimed at Years 3, 4, 5 and 6.

KS1 BITESIZE REVISION

Click for KS1 Bitesize

This site is for year 1 and 2 to revise and practice their learning. It is also great for older pupils who want to make sure they have the basic skills. There are English and Maths activities on here as well as games.

NEWSROUND

 

Click for Newsround

Newsround is a BBC News website for children. There are lots of videos and articles to help children keep up-to-date on what is going on in the world around them.   Sections include Sport, Entertainment, Animals and News.

 EHOMEWORK

 Click for ehomework

Another homework help website. There are lots of great articles on how to help your child with different aspects of their education, from handwriting, to SATs preparation.

BEAM: FREE RESOURCES

Click for BEAM maths

This link will take you to the Free Resources section of the BEAM website. BEAM stands for ‘Be a Mathematician’. The resources are great to help children with their mathematical understanding.

Primary Homework Help

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/ – loads of advice and ideas!