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Update from SMBC regarding phased re-opening of School
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Useful Website for Education and Fun
Twinkl (Click here) - Printouts and activities which are readily available for subjects across the cuuriculum.
Khan Academy (Click here) - Very good for Maths and Computing.
BBC Bitesize (Click here) - Whole Curriculum coverage through games.
Ted Ed (Click here) - Engaging educational videos.
Nat Geo Kids (Click here) - Activities, Videos and Quizzes for pupils about a variety of topics.
Kid Should See This (Click here) - Wide range of cool educational videos.
Crash Course Kids (Click here) - Wide range of Educational videos linked to curriculum content with fun animations and academic content.
TinkerCad (Click here) - Creative making tool which can be accessed once a personal account is created - Art and creative design.
Cbeebies - Radio (Click here) - Listening activities for kids.
Nature Detectives (Click here) - Nature / Outdoor activities.
Oxford Owl (Click here) - Lots of free resources for Primary ages.
The Artful Parent (Click here) - Great free Art resources and ideas for activities at home.
The Toy Theater (Click here) - Online games with Educational value.
The Imagination Tree (Click here) - Create art and craft activities.
DK Find Out (Click here) - All round Education Website.
Helpful information from SOLAR CAMHS about managing Mental Health worries
News and features from BBC News - Education and Family
- Schools 'must come before pubs and restaurants in future'
The right to an education should take priority over pubs, England's children's commissioner says.
- Early-years workers quit 'underpaid and undervalued' jobs
You could earn more in Tesco, admits one pre-school leader as thousands leave the profession.
- Scotland's results day: Thousands of pupils have exam grades lowered
The exam body says it lowered 125,000 grades that had been estimated by teachers to "maintain credib…