CBeebies are always a good source for inspiration.
Try The National Gallery for the entire collection.
Artcyclopedia is a good place for research.
Topmarks is an amazing site for Art and many other topics as well.
For buggy and bridge building challenges try WMnet
If you want to build bridges, the West Point programme is good fun for more advanced students.
JCB have a good website with information about machines and games to play.
For the literacy hour for Reception and Year 1, try the Magic Key
For KS1 or the equivalent, look at Starship – it takes in Maths as well.
Learning phonics is fun for Years 1 – 3.
Years 3 and 4 will enjoy Digger and the Gang .
Need spelling help in Years 3 – 5? This will help.
Do you like ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ and ‘The Red Fox? Then Eric Carle is the place for you.
There are probably more useful websites devoted to Geography than to any other subject. We have highlighted just a few – the full list can will be published shortly as a PDF file.
The School is a member of the Royal Geographical Society , and this is a good site for older students.
Antarctica is good for Years 5 & 6.
If you like working with maps, try this site .
The BBC’s Weather site is very good.
Channel 4 is packed with information and great quizzes.
The BBC website covers just about everything.
Best History Sites is an award winning portal which contains links to over 1,000 history sites – but it needs a grown-up to help set it up.
Try this if you enjoy the Romans and Celts
For links to useful websites for all topics, go to Innovations
For good revision for Maths, English and Science, the BBC site is excellent.
GCSE/A Level activities, including puzzles, games and wordsearches
Bite sized pieces of info to help with your GCSE revision
Info, tests, quizzes and games to help you with science, maths and english revision (Key Stage 2)
All you need to know about the Construction Industry
Lively and fun website showing all opportunities for females including careers, advice, mentors, current topics
Easy to follow info on plants, animals, insects and other fun stuff
Fun scientific facts and experiments
Showing you how science affects your everyday life and info on careers
Interactive zone, experiment of the week, and the fun factory are all here
Get interactive and explore the physics around you, get homework help, and visit the Physics club
Joules the Robot looks at energy in buildings, the environment and its sources
News, experiments and games on science topics
Learn fun experiments with Sherlock Bunny
Energy quiz and game
Discover what happens to the food you eat, how to make TV programmes and how your body works
Facts, fun and games all about yucky stuff like worms, belching and blackheads!
An easy to follow, fun guide to the human body, made by pupils
Interesting facts about the world around us
Space science for kids
Find out how the universe can be explored using infrared and other light sources invisible to the human eye
Lots of science info, from cavemen to robots
Why is the sky blue? Find this out and more, plus simple experiments and scientific toys available
Showing science in the world around us
An interactive look at the energy around us
Learn how things around us work, from roller coasters to lightening
Loads and loads of info on space and astronomy, including comets, galaxies and spacecraft
Explore the sea and the sky. This website has some great photos
Info on recycling, plus a quiz and wordsearch
Info on science, straight from the experts mouths
All BBC Maths Websites are here.
You will find lots of games for younger children here.
This site has been recommended elsewhere and is equally good for Maths.
For information on the Olympics.
For those who do Jujitsu, look here.