The BBC has a wide range of educational sites including Bitesize for revision and advice for parents helping their children at home. Cbeebies is great for younger children. The BBC Schools page is a good place to start.
Satisfy your curiosity and find out how stuff works. Includes videos and written explanations.
The Natural History Museum has loads of information, games and quizzes about animals, dinosaurs and the natural world.
Tate Kids website has lots of fun arty activities to do and games to play.
Lots of fun, interactive games from the Science Museum Kids website
A Maths Dictionary for Kids is an animated, interactive online math dictionary for students which explains over 600 common mathematical terms and math words in simple language
Fuse is an online E-Magazine with 32 pages of articles, quizzes, competitions and much, much more. A good source of fun for children of all ages with high learning potential for them to dip into.
This site contains free copies of past Year Six SATs papers.
Here is a list of some other websites that you may find helpful:
Oxford Owl is an award-winning free website with 250 FREE tablet-friendly eBooks and activities to help you support children’s learning. Now it is even better, with dedicated areas for school and for home.
This site is just one of the many teaching resources sites on the Internet. It contains a bank of free, ready to use ideas, resources, worksheets and lesson plans.
Games and resources to support the learning of phonics.
255 free educational, interactive teaching resources and activities for Primary Schools. 84 free to use fun children’s games/activities for children aged 4 - 11. 165 plus links to free interactive teaching activities, educational games, image and software resources.
Helping teachers and parents save time finding excellent online educational resources.
Maths games for children.