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Fun learning websites

Learning at home can be fun and engaging if you have the right resources to support you.

Below is a list of some great websites that can support your child’s learning in school and to keep them engaged and excited about learning!

BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize has a huge range of online lessons in English and maths, tailored to your child’s key stage. You can use these to supplement what your child is learning at school, or to keep them learning if they’re off school for any reason.

There are also videos, quizzes and podcasts to make learning fun, plus educational programmes on iPlayer and the red button.


Children learn best if they’re enjoying themselves, which is Topmarks is a great webiste that allows children to be independent: a website full of fantastic maths games for children aged 3 to 14.

The games are grouped by age, and you can also pick a particular category for your child to focus on, like place valuemoney mathsshapes and problem-solving. Games include Place Value Basketball, Rocket Rounding, and Number Patterns.

Many of the games are tablet-friendly, while others use Flash and so need to be played on a computer or laptop. There are also parents’ resources to give you ideas for improving your child’s maths skills, for example learning through cooking.



Looking to encourage a little scientific curiosity in your child? Wonderlab+ is the Science Museum Group’s free learning website that brings science to life through creative and fun experiments and games. It is fun, playful and educational.

Learn about how things work, conduct experiments, explore space and go on interactive missions to solve mysterious problems.

The graphics are really engaging and the website is easy for children to navigate, with facts and information written in in a way that is easily accessible.


Oak Learning Academy


Originally created over lockdown, this online school has hundreds of resources to enhance children’s learning in school and to also learn new things.

Apps we use in school:

Don’t forget that your child has a Mathletics log in to support them with their maths learning in school.

Your child will also have a reading eggs account too.

If you have any questions or need your child’s log in information again, please do speak to your class teacher who can easily get that information for you!