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Kick Starting Secondary Children In English
TES – More fantastic worksheets, activities and teaching plans from TES.
ABC Teach – I really like this site it has everything this link takes you to the core subjects page the Health comes under science but this website is fantastic for whatever you are doing.
soft schools – not all of the links here are suitable for beginners but well worth keeping the link.
Busy teacher – this has some very useful print offs on it and I used a couple for Thomas and Jessica. I also have a feeling this may be the sort of site I will find info on for other subjects and possibly ideas of what to do next. – some very good mental health ones for current covid situation for older children
Skills Workshop – older child (GCSE up) lessons for English literature and Maths
BBC – has everything you come to expect from the BBC with facts, ideas and much much more.
Ed Helper – A fantastic range of different printable worksheets. for Primary ages
spark notes – English lit this website has a whole host of books and study guides for them a host of information to help children not only better understand parts that they may not have fully understood but also revise the story and characters. It also has quizzes to ensure they fully understand the book these can be either by chapter or the book as a whole and also offers essay help on the book including suggested topics, as well as help in how to Write Literary Analysis and finally an example essay and help with citing the website in their essay.
Skills Workshop – another good site especially for older children
Paid for with limited free bits
Seneca learning – KS2 up limited free options but quite a reasonable price for the paid resources at £12.99 a month. This is paid annually for the cheapest price, of the most expensive option. For what they have on offer it is well worth the investment to help your child reach good grades in their chosen exams. This price does not include the exam price. It just covers all the extensive revision information within the site. A great way to strengthen weaknesses within the overall knowledge they would need to achieve good grades.
S-cool– I think this site may be kids helping kids. It has been updated slightly but it is still a little like being stuck in your child’s head with a faint basic form of structure. that makes sense in a way but not by any means the most efficient way, it is certainly colourful, to say the least, but there is a fair amount of information within the site and I have added it here for Jessica to access. my only concern is that it does have a few hidden adverts about cheaper sim only deals with them etc and has links to pay for study material as well (mojo). (older children)
Lesson Tutor – Free Printables and Lesson Plans, advice and Help
Paid for with free or Trial options
IXL ok so there is a full range of free activities but it is very limited and is really also paid for a resource to be able to fully make the most of it priced at the moment (March 2020) as follows £7.99 a month for a single subject (English or Maths) 12.99 for double or annually £59 single £99 double subject for full access