Curriculum links

 

Listed below are a selec­tion of links that you may find use­ful.  Please let us know if you find any other links that you feel may ben­e­fit oth­ers.�
Some of these links may be ben­e­fi­cial to teach­ers, pupils and parents:

“Just click on each link to take you directly to another web­site, or look at the school report Level Descrip­tors — listed below”.

SCHOOL REPORTS:

Click on one of these ‘Level Descrip­tor ’ links for some addi­tional information/clarification regard­ing your child’s school report.

 

Link 1: Communication

Link 2: Cre­ative Development

Link 3: Knowl­edge and Under­stand­ing of the World 2

Link 4: Knowl­edge and Under­stand­ing of the World

Link 5: Math­e­mat­i­cal Development

Link 6: Phys­i­cal Development

Link 7: PSCE and RE

 

Select a link and click  - a vari­ety of use­ful sites

Sci­ence

BBC Sci­ence Site
www.bbc.co.uk/science

NASA Space Site
www.firstscience.com

The Solar System

Geog­ra­phy…

Maps of the UK down to street level & satel­lite pho­tos.  Locate your home by post­code

www.bing.com/maps/?FORM=MMREDR

www.lizardpoint.com/

 

Fun Learn­ing Games

All round good website for Numeracy, Literacy, Science, History, Curriculum Links and Fun Games try the Coxhoe website below:

www.coxhoe.durham.sch.uk

 

Maths websites:

 

English/phonics websites:

 

Games for all sub­jects:
www.gridclub.com/

 

Need help with a project?  Look at these sites

 

Learn about Egypt:
www.ancientegypt.co.uk/

Facts About Roman Soldiers and Caesar:

His­tory

Explore His­tory… Have Fun with this site
www.bbc.co.uk/history/

 

STOP FRAME ANIMATION AND PROGRAMMING SITES:

Programming: Scratch – a great website that you can use online or download free (we currently use Scratch 2.0 at school). Try this link:

Information for parents about scratch which also links to the same program your child uses in school: https://scratch.mit.edu/parents/

Stop Frame Animation: Powtoon – tried and tested by one of our Digital Ambassadors: you have to register (free)

The service lets you use easy-to-manipulate figures to create your own stop-motion videos. Once you understand the basics, it is fairly easy to create an animation and a video.

https://www.powtoon.com/online-presentation/cRMStlXeqHG/how-to-make-a-stop-motion-animation/

Film Street – stop frame animation: http://www.filmstreet.co.uk/

YEARS 1-4 ALSO USE AN APP CALLED I CAN ANIMATE WHICH COSTS APPROXIMATELY £2.00.  THIS APP IS GREAT FUN AND CHILDREN ENJOY IT.