In this section of the website, you will find a range of links to recommended, safe websites for supporting your child with their homework. Our exciting Learning Zone page contains further links and activities for the children to access at home.

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This website contains many activities for all strands of Mathematics. It explains how to solve different calculations, which vocabulary to use when describing 2D and 3D shapes and suggestions of games to play to help develop your child's ability to work with money.

This is a comprehensive website, which the children might be familiar with from their Mathematics lessons in school, with great resources, activities and interactive questions for the children to answer.

The BBC Bitesize website, which is aimed at Key Stage 2 children, has activities, practice questions and child-friendly explanations of different areas of mathematics. 

Similarly, the website, which is suitable for Key Stage 1 children, is full of engaging mathematics for the children to access too.

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For support with homework and some of the English terms used, please use the Helpful Hints document. It will help you with punctuation, sentence structure, writing different text types and spelling.

 Below you will find some websites which you could use to extend and develop your learning.

This website, which is aimed at KS2 children, gives you the opportunity to learn and play! Poor spelling and grammar can be really confusing! A good understanding of spelling and grammar will make you a better writer, reader and all round communicator. 

This section looks at reading fiction and non-fiction texts including adverts, dictionaries and poetry. Learn how to look at language, layout and meaning on this useful website.

This website has lots of exciting games for children who would like to practise their phonics and spelling of the high frequency words.

This brilliant resource covers many areas of English, such as spelling and phonics, reading, grammar, punctuation and writing for different text types.