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We’ve put together a list of really useful websites with free games and activities that you can enjoy at home:

Education City

Education City - Interactive National Curriculum based games


BBC Bitesize

Image result for bbc bitesize BBC Bitesize - Spelling and grammar



BBC Spellits

BBC Spellits - Spelling games


Arcademic Skill Builders

Arcademic Skill Builders - Literacy and maths games.


JumpStart - An interactive virtual world covering Maths, English, Science, Reading and more.


Oxford Owl

Oxford Owl - Maths and English with hundreds of free e-books.


National Geographic for Kids

National Geographic for Kids - Games and Colouring and a great way to learn about the world around us.



BrainPop - Topics covered from social science, engineering to health and music


Top Marks

TopMarks - Maths, English and Languages.  Great Timetables games.



Crickweb - Literacy and maths educational games.



Kids Spell - Create your own spelling lists & games.



Fun Brain - Maths, reading and spelling games.


Learning Games for Kids

Learning Games for Kids - Spelling and word games.

ICT Games

ICT - Look, cover, check game.


Kids Know

Kids Know - Topics covered from geology, history to biology and spelling


Other Sites:

Shaun the Sheep - Aimed at Primary School as a great way to explore coding - Aimed at English as a Second Language (ESL)  students but includes useful spelling & vocabulary games
Spelling city (Vocabulary and spelling interactive activities, printable worksheets, games) (KS2)
Historic Newspapers (Last year, the school was lucky enough to receive historical newspapers to use as a resource for a topic on World War 1)

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