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By clicking on the images below you can access websites that will support your child. ALL children in Nursery to Year 6* have access to these sites via unique user names and passwords. Please contact the school office if you don't have access to these sites. Details can often be found in the back of homework books. 
*Only Nursery to Year 2 currently have access to EducationCity.

'ClassDojo'
ClassDojo is a behaviour management tool for the classroom
. Each student has a profile – complete with their own avatar – to which teachers can assign positive and negative points (or 'dojos') throughout the lesson.

 

Lots of ways to improve learning via activity!

'EducationCity'
'EducationCity' provides fun educational games in the form of online activities for children in Early Years and Key Stage 1. To access this resource on mobile devices, use the mobile browser: http://www.flashbrowser.com/APN/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=85&search=educationcity

 

'I Am Learning'
'I Am Learning' is an online, whole school improvement service, which facilitates effective homework, independent learning and assessment.

 

'Mathletics'
Mathletics is the world's most used education website! It is the next generation in learning, helping students enjoy maths and improve their results.

 

'Pobble'

Another site which you may want to access is Pobble (formally 'Lend me Your Literacy'). This website shares and celebrates children’s writing from around the world.  

 

 

 

'Times Tables Rockstars'

Times Tables Rock Stars is a carefully sequenced programme of daily times tables practice.

Each week concentrates on a different times table, with a recommended consolidation week for rehearsing the tables that have recently been practiced every third week or so.

'Tootoot'

Tootoot gives students a safe voice to be able to report incidents of bullying, cyber bullying, racism, extremism, radicalisation, sexism, mental health and self harm directly to their place of learning. Tootoot gives students an alternative way to disclose their concerns when they are unable to do so face-to-face.

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