Useful Links

E- Safety

Keeping your children safe online is a priority for the school. For information about using Youtube safely click here.

Safe from bullying leaflet

We want all children  to feel safe and supported at school. We work hard to prevent and respond to bullying, but bullying does occur and children and young people often need the support of adults to resolve it.

For information on bullying and what you can do about it, click here.

Websites to Help your Child with their Learning at Home

Your teachers have chosen a selection of websites that they recommend for home learning. Click on the links to check them out!

Songs and rhymes are hugely beneficial to children's developing language. Children of all ages could enjoy whats on off on BBC Schools Radio.

An excellent website for improving grammar, with simple exercises for young writers. Check out the Sentence Doctor, where sentences need your help to become correct!

Games, tests and activities to help you improve your spelling. This is a website that requires payment. 

A great website for early English and Maths skills. Practise simple spellings, forming your letters or adding and taking away. There is lots to choose from here. 

This website provides educational ICT games to support your child with the National Curriculum.

Learn your sounds and practise word building with lots of fun interactive games. Click on the button that says free phonics play. 

A website for all ages and subjects! Find games galore for all areas of learning on this large free website. 


A great website for memorising number facts such as times tables, number bonds and halves and doubles.

Scratch is a free website to teach children programming skills through building their own animations, stories and computer games. 

Regular play on Sumdog can help your child improve their Maths. You will need a login which you can get from your class teacher.