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Additional online resources

General Resources: - a wide range of educational resources and interactive learning games.

Bitesize is one of the BBC's most successful online brands to help students aged six to 16 years with their coursework, homework and exam preparation. The sites provide "bitesized" interactive content, video and audio summaries and is continually updated.

Key Stage 1 Bitesize

Key Stage 2 Bitesize - cooking recipes to use with children  

Reading Resources - link for e books  (you will need to register for this free resource) - filled with free interactive games and printable resources. Supports daily phonics sessions and contains lots of advice to support parents in helping their children learn to read. - a safe place online for your child to search, see, learn, and explore information about almost everything using the highly visual familiar layouts from the DK Books. There are quizzes, videos and animations - listen to a story being read by David Walliams - Audible (by Amazon) Free Audio Books  - Book recommendations and quizzes

Spelling Resources - an engaging array of activities, games and challenges – all powered by our own word lists. Encourages the development of critical spelling awareness - Visual, Phonological, Morphemic and Etymological. - a range of practical, fun cards and frames to enable practice of written spellings.

Maths Resources - the children have a log in for this already

NumBots - this can be accessed through TimesTables Rockstars. Once logged into TT Rockstars, press the NumBots logo in the corner. - a whole class education framework with no payment required.

English Resources - here you’ll find features about poets and poetry, challenges and competitions to inspire your own writing, new writing from young poets, and advice and guidance from the rising and established stars of the poetry world. - Creative Writing with children’s author Eloise Williams - this is a link to all the terms children would be expected to know at the end of Key Stage 2. - a useful glossary of grammatical terms

PE Resources:   - Joe Wick's 8 Minute Workout - Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - yoga - Brain Breaks  - personal challenges (Active Surrey) - NHS activity for children  - story based exercise and meditation -    Circuits   - indoor activities for children  - indoor activities for children   - home activities  - indoor activities  - Yoga exercises for children  - children's activity diary -  A range of free activities, challenges and learning resources that can help support learning at home. Get inspired by the Olympic and Paralympic Games today! - PE activities

Music Resources: 

Science Resources: - Science, technology, space, animals, nature, food, DIY, Music, Art and Animations. TKSST’s video selections are driven by wonder, enthusiasm, and “wow!” moments. Covering all topics under and beyond our sun, information about subjects that are often misunderstood, like evolution, climate science, and clean energy solutions. - Science with Professor Brian Cox, Robin Ince & Guests

Computing Resources: - easy to follow, step-by-step guides encourage young people to learn Scratch, HTML/CSS, and Python while creating their own games, animations and websites. - creative computer programming for 9-11 year olds helping them to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively. - Blockly Games is a series of educational games that teach programming. It is designed for children who have not had prior experience with computer programming. By the end of these games, players are ready to use conventional text-based languages.

Art and DT Resources: - play free games and quizzes, find art activities, explore homework help and share your art with Tate Kids. - a free online collection of software tools that help people all over the world think, create and make. - Art competition

Geography Resources: - games and quizzes to improve your geographical knowledge. For everyone who wants to explore and learn about the world. - Geography/Wildlife with Chris Packham  - If you want to learn about our amazing planet, this is the group for you! Every week we’ll be focusing on a different topic, from freshwater to forests.

History Resources: - History with Dan Snow - Greg Jenner is the historian behind Horrible Histories and he’s started a podcast that is suitable for families all about history.