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Useful Links for Online Learning


Oxford Owl  - free e-books and activities.  Also provides practical advice and top tips to help you support your child’s reading all the way through their primary school years.

Booktrust -  find reviews of new children’s books and search for books you’d like to read by age and by theme, using the bookfinder feature.

https://www.naturalcurriculum.co.uk/ Grammar lessons based on the BBC’s natural history archives.

Poetry Archive Listen to the world’s best poetry read out loud.

www.storyplace.org a site with online books to read.


Writing Super Sentences

The best writers use interesting vocabulary and structure their sentences in lots of different ways. Have a look at the examples of sentence types in the PDF below and try writing some of your own, following the examples you see.


Reading and Spelling Word Lists

Click on the appropriate word list below and practise reading and spelling the words. Make sure you spell them correctly in your writing too.


Join your handwriting

Use the video clips on the website below to revise your joins and practise joining your handwriting in the cursive or continuous cursive style.


Please be aware, we do not use the following join formations: Cursive letters ze join Cursive letters be join Cursive letters bl join Cursive letters br join



Manga High provides access to maths homework activities to develop maths learning.

TTRS login to play games to develop quick recall of times tables.

NRich Maths a range of maths problems and activities to make you think.

BBC Number Blocks videos for numeracy development, with fun activities.

Top Marks a range of interactive maths games.



Discovery Education fantastic for research and learning across the curriculum.  Go to coding or Espresso.

BBC Bitesize lessons in all subjects, news and interesting articles for children.

National Geographic for Kids an area where children can research the wonders of the natural world and find out about the world’s wonderful creatures.

Funbrain games that develop skills in maths, literacy and reading.