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Useful webpages

BBC Bitesize

Links to TTS Activity Books Years 5 to 7 and Years 7 to 11

Link to TTs Early Years Activity book

Worcestershire County Council – Links for Keeping Kids Entertained

The BBC’s Bitesize website covers all areas of the curriculum, ranging from primary school level up to GCSE exams.

It’s free to use and includes animations, revision flashcards and interactive sections to help your kids learn.


Oxford Owl –  Aimed at children aged three to 11 years old and is free to use. It helps children learn reading and maths, and there are also top tips for parents to help your child with their learning. There are also over 250 free ebooks.

National Geographic Kids – For children aged six to 13 years old. It has some stunning images and interactive games and colouring books. A lovely site for children to learn more about animals, wildlife and the world around them.

Shaun’s Game Academy – Aimed at primary school children and above. Based on Aardman Animations Shaun the Sheep character, it lets children design their own game, learn how to code and even win prizes.

CBeebies – Great learning games, quizzes and a huge selection of topics to explore. Some of the topics include food and simple recipes for children to follow, and arts and crafts ideas to recreate. Highly engaging and beautifully designed.

Boomerang – Highly engaging, fun and fast website, featuring kids favourites like Scooby-Doo and Tom and Jerry. The ‘let’s create’ section has a great selection of crafts and recipes for children to try, as well as some great colouring in pages.

PBS Kids – A wide selection of educational games and videos from Curious George, Wild Kratts and other popular kids’ shows. This creative site also allows you to sing karaoke, or watch videos and print out activities, too.


Natural History Museum – Most major museums have children’s sections on their websites, and this one is definitely one of the most interactive ones out there. There are games and fact files linked with current exhibitions, which makes the information relevant and up-to-date. Alongside this children can virtually visit the museums via the ‘Antcam’ and ‘Flesh eating beetlecam’- cool or what? A brilliant educational resource!


Crickweb – Free educational interactive teaching resources and activities for … 84 free to use fun kidsgames/activities for kids aged 4 – 11


BBC History for Kids – Games, quizzes and fact sheets take kids on a journey through time. Kids can set off on a learning adventure when they walk through ancient history, world history and histories of specific countries

Modern Foreign Languages – We teach the children French at Perryfields. Please see below some fun games they could play to improve their range of vocabulary and find out more about France.



Here are some links to help parents and young people on a range of safeguarding issues.

Parents Protect – a website to help parents protect their children against sexual abuse.

Spot the Signs – Advice for parents, professionals and young people on the signs of sexual exploitation and how to keep safe.

PACE – a free online course for parents to equip them with the knowledge to protect their children against sexual exploitation.

Sexting – how to talk to children about the risks of sexting, and what you can do to protect them (NSPCC).

Get Advice – CEOP advice on talking to children about sex, relationships and their lives online.

Chat Danger – Advice for parents and carers on keeping their child safe online, including parental controls.

Know the Signs – Information on suicide and self-harm for parents (Samaritans).