Useful Websites for Parents
This page has lots of useful links for parents and children.
- First section has key contacts to help support and keep your child safe
- Second section is resources to help parents support their child with learning at home
|Supporting our children and parents – useful contacts
Think you Know – Online Safety
NSPCC – National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
Telephone Number: 0800 1111 Website www.childline.org.uk
YoungMinds – UK charity championing wellbeing and mental health of young people
FamilyLives – Parenting and Family Support
Telephone Number: 0808 800 2222 Website www.familylives.org.uk
Oxfordshire County Council Family Information Directory – a wide range local support links for parents
Helping to support you and your child with learning
Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 Literacy
|Alien Punctuation||Love Reading 4 Kids|
|Space Hangman||Scholastic Book Club|
|Mr Thorne does Phonics||Book Trust|
|Phonics Play||Infant Encyclopedia|
|Letters and Sounds||Oxford Owl e-books
Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 Mathematics
|BBC Bitesize||Spooky Sequences (count back in 2’s)|
|ICT Games||Spooky Sequences (10’s)|
|Money Payer||Mend the Number Square|
|Money Splat||Save the Whale! (bonds to 10)|
Key Stage 2 Mathematics
Key Stage 1 & Key Stage 2 Topic/Other
Other ideas to support your child’s learning
Oxford Owl is a FREE website built to support you with your child’s learning. To help you along the way, you’ll find age-specific reading and maths tips and activities, FREE eBooks, and lots of fun ideas to really bring your child’s learning to life. You will also find support and advice on a range of questions you may have – including helping your child with their phonics, motivating boys to read and ensuring your child is doing their best in maths.
Twinkl provides educational resources to help your child at home. These include: Parents’ Educational Guides, Behaviour Management, Home Routine and Timetable, Reading and Writing, Numbers, Fine Motor Skills, Around the Home, Activities, SEN and PSHE (Additional Needs) and School Preparation.
Health eating ideas
Top Marks provide a series of articles aimed at parents and give advice on how you can help your child in positive ways and how to support them in their education. The articles have an emphasis on encouragement and show how learning activities can be fun. Top Marks show how you can help your child with learning to read, a vital skill for accessing knowledge and information in the modern world. Our Learning Numbers article has advice on how you can help pre-school children learn and understand numbers.
Wide range of information about books for children and how to support them with their reading development.