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South Camberley Primary & Nursery School

South Camberley

Primary & Nursery School

Online Learning

The following websites are a good starting place for parents to use to support their children with learning. They are a fun way to reinforce new skills and concepts that will support the learning and teaching that takes place during the school day. Spending a little bit of time on a regular basis with your child playing some of these games and talking about the concepts can make a huge difference to the progress they can make.

Attached at the bottom of the page is also a timetable of live story reading, PE, music and science sessions - all free to join!

  • Phonics Play - A good way to practise reading real and alien words. Picnic on pluto, dragons den, buried treasure.

  • Phonics Bloom- Games linked to matching sounds, rhyming words and sound recognition.

  • ICT Games - Practise spelling and reading high frequency and common exception words with these games. DJ cows spelling pattern, blending dragon dinosaur egg. Number games, shape, money and lots more.

  • BBC Bitesize - A range of games linked to different subjects for KS1 and KS2.

  • Top Marks - Search for topics your child has been learning about such as number bonds.

  • Bug Club - You can use your login to access a range of books that your teacher has selected especially for your child. The school code is gw6a.

  • TTRockstars - A way to develop times tables skills that will greatly aid maths learning.

  • Numbots - NumBots is the sister site to TT Rockstars and aims to improve recall and fluency with addition and subtraction. Children's username and password are the same as theirs for TT Rockstars.

  • -  Numberblocks is a fantastic educational programme all about numbers and the relationships between them.

  • - A simple spelling game to apply your phonics skills.

  • Homework Bingo - Remember to encourage your child to complete a range of homework from the year group bingo sheet. If you can you could have a go at all of the activities.

  • Themes and Projects - You could carry out some extra research linked to your year groups theme. Try to do some reading about the subject and in your own words write down the key facts and aspects you can remember. You could add an illustration or make it into a little book.