My Favourite WebsitesThese are my favourite free educational websites
My Trusted Websites
National curriculum in England English programmes of study: key stages 1 and 2
National curriculum in England Mathematics programmes of study: key stages 1 and 2
BBC Bitesize is an excellent resource I frequently return to. Everything is aligned to the National curriculum and they have lovely ‘bitesize’ video explanations and short quizzes. They’re perfect for children and their parent helpers.
Many children I tutor have experienced lack of confidence academically. Using growth mindset enables them to become proactive with their learning journey. Check out the amazing resources at The Big Life Journal Growth Mindset for Children to help support your child.
I love Jenny Eather’s: a maths dictionary for kids. It is a quick reference maths dictionary which has illustrated examples and simple explanations for maths vocabulary. It’s a super reference point for tricky homework.
Hit the button is a super game from Top Marks Education and is fantastic for kids, as they only need to beat their personal best in 60 seconds. I’ve been using this since I first started teaching.
Parents always ask for reading lists to help their child. The School Reading List is an excellent website which has a comprehensive guide to books for children from early years through to their late teenage years. You are sure to find books to stimulate your child.