We value anything you can do at home to help your child learn and progress. To help with this, this section provides useful resources and links to other web sites of educational value which could be used at home. Select an area from the drop down list under the ‘learning at home’ tab.
For information on using these resources see below.
All the resources used on this site are accessed using hyperlinks. So all you have to do is click with your left mouse button on the word or heading as indicated. You will know when you are using a hyperlink, because when you hover your mouse over it the mouse pointer will change into a hand.
Some of these resources take you outside the Low Ash Web Site, and although they have been checked for their suitability, it is important to realise that these sites are run by other people who could change them at any time. It is, therefore, important to check any resources you intend to use with children to ensure the content you want to use is, still available and appropriate. Low Ash Primary School cannot be held responsible for the content of resources outside its own web site. I would recommend that children be supervised at all times when using the internet.
Reading at Home
Below are some useful websites for children. If you use or find any useful websites, please let us know and we will add them to our list.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/forkids/ (a history website for children)
http://www.schooljotter.com/showpage.php?id=35494 (another primary school website with lots of useful curriculum links. Go to curriculum links on the left hand side and then just choose your subject)
http://resources.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk/ (useful websites and resources linked to subject)
http://www.topmarks.co.uk/ (resources and online educational games)
http://www.askkids.com/ (a website designed for children where they can get answers to their burning questions!)
http://www.northwood.org.uk/literacy.htm (Literacy activities)
http://www.northwood.org.uk/numeracy.htm (Maths games)