RESOURCES TO USE AT HOME
If you would like to access SEND resources to support your child, please click the links below.
The BBC BITESIZE SEND section provides activities, advice and personal stories about parenting and special educational needs and disabilities to help you support your family.
Funbrain is a website that offers hundreds of free interactive games, books, videos, and printables that help children develop skills in maths, reading, problem-solving, and literacy.
Storyline Online®, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.
PhonicsPlay is a site packed with interactive phonics games, phonics planning, assessment ideas and many teaching ideas and resources to help children to learn to read more fluently.
Nessy is best known as an advocate for children with dyslexia around the globe. But the Nessy programs are not only for dyslexia. Nessy is widely used for whole class, phonics, maths, typing and early reading instruction.
Starfall was founded by Dr. Stephen Schutz, who had difficulty learning to read as a child due to dyslexia. He was motivated to create a learning platform with untimed, multisensory interactive games that allow children to see, hear, and touch as they learn.
IXL is the world's most popular subscription-based learning site. Used by over 14 million students, IXL provides personalised learning, with a comprehensive curriculum, individualised guidance and real-time analytics, IXL meets the unique needs of each learner.
Oxford Owl provides advice for parents who want to support their children through primary school. The site features expert tips on helping your child develop the key skills that will give them the best possible start, and help them approach learning with confidence and enthusiasm. You'll find ideas for everyday learning activities, phonics help, 'how to' videos, and professional storytellers. Oxford Owl also has a free eBook library, featuring much-loved characters from The Oxford Reading Tree, to help your child learn to read and to develop a love of reading independently.
Sir Linkalot's award-winning app improves spelling for students of all ages · “Sir Linkalot is a fascinating and fun means of memorising and visualising words”
Doorway Online is a collection of free and highly accessible educational games that learners will find easy to use independently. Each activity has a range of accessibility and difficulty options. Originally developed with funding from Scottish Borders Council, it is now managed by the Doorway Accessible Software Trust, a Scottish charity.
Corbettmaths Primary website provides many resources to support maths for pupils in Key Stage 2.