Kids Zone!

The Internet offers a wide range of tools and resources to help you with your learning. Why not explore some of these websites and see what more you can learn?

Help yourself with Literacy
Literacy

 

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Try the site below if you want to find out more about Roald Dahl or you enjoy his stories: www.roalddahl.com

 

Try the following fabulous sites below to help you practice reading, writing and spelling.

1.  Starfall (http://www.starfall.com)

Reading practice is important and Starfall has a wide range of stories, activities, and games that will keep students interested.

2.  Spelling City (http://www.spellingcity.com)

Make spelling practice fun with the games, activities, and tools available on Spelling City.  It is a great resource for parents, teachers, and students alike.

3.  FunBrain (http://www.funbrain.com)

Learning games galore for your elementary age students.

5.  BBC KS2 Bitesize https://www.bbc.com/bitesize

Help yourself with Numeracy
Numeracy

 

Helpful Science sites
Science
  • BBC Science Clips- explore these interactive Science investigations together. They link with the Science topics we teach at school. 
Helpful computing sites
ICT

Top Tips on how to stay safe on the Internet:

 

Develop your computing skills further - 

but remember KEEP SAFE!

 

  • Dance Mat Typing - practise your typing with this enjoyable site. 
  • Senselang Typing - a simple, but very effective, way of improving your typing skills. 
  • Gridclub- learn how to stay safe when using different forms of technology. 
  • Picsearch - use this site to search for pictures. It's much safer than Google Images, but remember that you still need to take care when searching for images online. 
  • Freefoto - a great site to find photos to use in your school projects.
  • Scratch - Imagine, Program, Share

 

Helpful History sites
History

 

  • BBC History - Use the resources on this site to find out all about History!
Helpful Geography sites 
Geography
  • Google Earth - an incredible resource which can be downloaded for free. Which famous places around the world will you visit? 
  • Google Maps - try comparing the satellite view with the map view. Can you see your house? 
  • Street Map - can you find your house and your school, and then follow your route between them?
  • BBC Geography - A huge range of activities and games to develop your knowledge of the world. 
  • National Geographic for kids  An exciting website full of facts about the world.

 

We try to check these sites regularly. However, if you come across a link which no longer works, please email us to let us know. Thanks!