Resources for many subjects
Home – BBC Bitesize – use BBC Bitesize to help with your homework, revision and learning, with free videos and step by step guides for every Key Stage
KS3, KS4, Twinkl limited access unless you register for free; worksheets and games for most subjects from KS3-GCSE
PressReader.com – Suffolk Libraries – lots of free magazine titles for KS2/3 readers on so many topics from Nat Geo for Kids, First News to The Beano!
BrainPOP – animation and activities for all subjects
Sophie chan – YouTube – Fantastic how to draw manga tutorial videos. Be aware that the world of Manga is diverse and although the content from this youtuber is teen friendly and recommended by the School Library Association , links and suggested viewing attached to the page may be not be suitable.
Free School – YouTube – a safe and friendly YouTube collection of videos about art, music, science and natural history
STEM Crew – free STEM resources, videos and articles
Barclays Code Playground – learn coding skills
Sir Linkalot – The Future of Spelling – improve your spelling with quick quizzes and animations
Toontastic 3D | Creative Storytelling App – an app to turn your ideas into 3D cartoons. You will need to download the app.
DK Find Out! | Fun Facts for Kids on Animals, Earth, History and more! a KS2 resource, but lots of easily accessible facts that will help with KS3
Food A Fact Of Life – Free resources for teaching young people aged 3-16 years about where food comes from, cooking and healthy eating.
Ages 11–14 | British Museum – a few amazing PowerPoint presentations to inspire
How false information spreads – BBC Bitesize – be aware of the impact of misinformation. Go to the ‘box’ named ‘Resources to develop research, enquiry, study and notetaking skills’ to find a link to a range of fact checking sites