Home Learning Resources
Over time, parents, teacher and students come across websites and weblinks that can help with learning.
At the bottom of the page are some printouts to look at to help with your child's learning that we use in school.
Here is a list of sites that have been recommended to help with our children's learning. Just click on the red text to go straight to the website.
(Please note: Wildridings Primary School is not responsible for the content (including advertisements) found on any third party websites. Whilst these sites are checked prior to be added to this list, safe web browsing is always advised and strongly encouraged.)
General Learning and Homework Help
BBC Bitesize - A fantastic website for getting information on all topics to do with school for Early Years, Key Stage 1 (Infants) and Key Stage 2 (Junior) children.
Timestable Rockstars (requires school login) - Practice timestables, customise your personal avatar, compete with friends, fellow WR students and others up and down the country to become a ROCK LEGEND (air guitars not essential but welcomed).
Top Marks (Maths) - A series of web games designed to help with Maths. Everything from times tables to counting. There is something for everyone at every level.
Snappy Maths - A website full of maths games and printable worksheets for learning or just practising.
Hit the Button - A great, fast-paced online game that pits you against the clock for the ultimate test of how well you know your number bonds, times tables up to 12 x 12 (including their division facts) and even square numbers.
Literacy (Reading and Writing)
Phonics Play - A great resource for helping children learn phonics and the construct of words. Also includes information for parents on how phonics are taught and how parents can help. (Full version requires paid subscription).
Scratch (Online) - A fantastic online coding program great for everything from making animations, playable games and more. An incredible library of examples to pick, play and edit yourself. Can be used online or if you subscribe for free, you can download the editor to use on your own computer.
Mozilla Thimble - A series of incredible and free projects that explore how webpages use HTML and CSS to make ideas come alive online. Some HTML knowledge is required but tutorials are available within projects to explain what you can do. Perfect for upcoming and future web designers or tinkerers wanting to know how the online world works.