Websites to support your children’s learning
The following websites are great ways to support your child’s learning at home. Some of these your child will be familiar with already as some of the resources will have been used in school.
Topmarks offers a whole range of interactive Maths and English games to support the learning we have been doing in school.
BBC Bitesize offers a great range of video clips and activities to support your child’s learning.
This website is the homework resource page for Woodlands Junior School in Kent. It’s great for KS2 children (7-11year olds) as it offers lots of information about topics we are studying in school.
This website offers lots of free e-books that are also tablet friendly.
Our Picture News assemblies are now supported by a weekly video led by the Picture News team. In your child’s home learning pack there will be a prompt sheet to help you use the materials at home.
If you are able to access an outdoor space, the National Trust have a list of outdoor activities which they suggest all children do before they are 11 ¾ . A record chart for this has been included in your child’s home learning pack.
Learn a Language
This website gives children a chance to learn another language:
Apps for your Tablet
If you have a tablet, there are lots of apps that you can download to support your children’s learning.
KS1 and KS2 pupils:
The Squeebles apps Key Stage Fun are familiar to many of our children as we use some of these in our schools.
They help children to recall key multiplication and division facts and number bonds and there are also apps to support spelling and punctuation. They are available to download for iphone/ipad, Kindle and Android devices.
Your child has their own login details for TTrockstars. This can be played on a table or PC and helps children to recall their tables facts fluently.