Useful Websites for Learning 2

Activity and Learning websites

Your child’s school may use websites and learning platforms and your child may have been issued with login details to access these. Some examples are: 

 The websites below have creative ideas, educational, games and lots of activity ideas

 Early Years

Audible – Free while schools are closed for kids to listen to stories.

Imagination Tree-


CBeebies Radio-

Messy Little Monster -

Preschool Inspirations -

Teach Preschool-

Red Ted Art-

Music with Nancy-


The maths factor by Carol Vorderman is free of charge until schools open and is targeted for children aged 4-11 years old.

Audible – Free while schools are closed for kids to listen to stories.

Activity Village -

BBC Bitesize-

British Council-

Children’s University of Manchester -

Mystery Science-

Nature Detectives-

National Geographic Kids-

Oxford Owl for Home-



Ted Ed-

The Kids Should See This-


Secondary and Careers

Audible have released lots of audio books for free, no need to sign up or anything. Just click this link to get started-

Ed Place - A revision app that covers the curriculum up to GCSE’s with exam style questions and practice papers.

Khan Academy have some free resources during closures-

CGP Books-

CPG also have some online resources to go with the CPG revision books for all subjects and year groups at this link-  


Scholastic -

Top Marks-

Twinkl-    Code: UKTWINKLHELPS for 1-month free resources

Secondary Maths

BBC Bitesize-

Corbett Maths-

Maths Duck-

Maths Made Easy-

Maths is Fun-

White Rose Maths Home Resources go from year 1 to year 8 at the moment but they are adding more year groups-

Secondary Science

The University of Reading Virtual Experiments-

Chemistry Interactive Simulations-

CK-12 Exploration Series-


BBC Bitesize-

Free Classic books are available at-

The Literacy Shed-


BBC Bitesize Modern Foreign Languages-

Duolingo is an app with bite size online lessons that teaches up to 36 languages including French and English.

Mon Quotidien- has French news at secondary level

S-Cool- for French revision


Bob Ross painting lessons on YouTube-

Google Arts and Culture-

Just Dance videos on YouTube

Yoga with Adriene– this is a yoga YouTube video for teens

Career and Y11’s post 16

Here's a list of resources that parents and carers could use with students when looking at career aspirations.

Buzz Personality Profile-

This is an excellent source of Labour Market Information for the Leeds City Region. It includes career overviews and routes in for the major fields of work in the area:

And these are some basic but effective activities around career awareness: