A good set of videos for teaching phonics and spelling.
Website Link: youtube.com/user/breakthruchris
Visit PhonicsPlay for loads of games and resources to help support at home.
Website Link: phonicsplay.co.uk
Alphablocks is a BBC children's programme that helps children develop the ability to 'blend' (i.e. read words using their component sounds to build up the word) and 'segment' (i.e. break words into their component sounds to help them spell and write) in a fun and engaging way. Click the picture to be taken to the BBC site that has a variety of clips and resources to use.
Website Link: bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/alphablocks
Listed below are some useful links that will help support your child's learning at home and offer advice on matters such as e-safety.
ICT Games is a wonderful resource of English and Maths games suitable for Key Stage 1 and 2. It is the home of the much beloved DJ Cow.
Website Link: ictgames.com
Click to access the Education City website.
Website Link: educationcity.com
Click to read digiduck's story to help you keep safe on your computers, tablets and phones.
Website Link: www.childnet.com/resources
Childnet is a great website to introduce children to all e-safety issues such as using social networks, chatrooms and mobile phones. We have looked at it in assembly. Click the picture to get to the site.
Website Link: childnet.com
Click to read an article on why wearing helmets when cycling is so important.
Please view and download the document below for a working list of Apps we use in school to enrich and enhance our pupils learning using iPads in the classroom:
Website Link: scribd.com
Lots of really fun and engaging online games for all ages - particularly good maths games.
Website Link: arcademics.com
Oxford Owl is packed with expert advice, top tips and activity ideas so you can help your child with reading and maths.
Website Link: www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home
News and articles surrounding internet safety.
Website Link: www.familylives.org.uk
Useful digital advice from CEOP and Parent Zone.
Website Link: parentinfo.org