Here are some useful websites to help you with your homework.
Login with your personal username and password (that your teacher has given you) to access your online maths profile. Here you can complete any online homework that you have been set.
WMnet – Coventry Grid for Learning
This website has loads of fun maths games for you to play like Bingo and Hit the Button. It also has some good activities to help you with your written calculations.
Maths is Fun Website
Useful for homework help. Lots of topics covered and some interactive games to play.
Bug Club Website
We subscribe to Bug Club, a fantastic website with lots of eBooks for you to read. Don't forget to log in using your personal usernames and passwords. Your teacher will update your books regularly and can check how many you have read. Don't forget to have a go at answering the quiz questions as you read by clicking on the bugs!
Lend Me Your Literacy
Here's the link to our very own LMYL writing blog! Each week your teachers will update our page with the Highgate Oscar winners' work. Log in using the school username and password that you have been given, and have a look at writing from schools all over the world. Why not leave a positive comment on our page for one of your friends to read? Don't forget to write your name at the bottom of your comment so we know who has written it.
Woodlands Junior - Topics
Another great page from the Woodlands Junior Website. Just click on the subject you are learning about and you'll find lots of useful information and games.
National Geographic Kids Website
This is a super website packed full of facts about science, geography and history. There are loads of games for you to play as well!
Think You Know Website - KS2
This is a great website for all of you junior children. It helps you learn about how to use the internet safely.
Think You Know - KS1
This is a great website to help teach our infant children about how to stay safe on the internet.
CBBC - Stay Safe Website
Test your internet safety knowlege with Hacker, listen to some Stay Safe songs with Helen Skelton, News Kids on the Block and Bobby Lockwood and get some tips from the Horrible Histories gang.