English Websites

Primary Homework - Variety of quizzes and

Roy the Zebra - Reading Activities

HighamWeb - Year 6 SATs Revision resources

ICT Games- Good site for Yrs 1-3

PrimaryGames - Simple, but fun reading games

Phonics Play - Phonics Activities for infant age children

Higham Web - Educational Resources

Maths Websites

Primary Games - Brilliant maths games for Yr1-6

Primary Homework Help - Games listed by topic.

HighamWeb - Year 6 SATs Revision resources

Maths Dictionary - Maths Dictionary for all ages.

Nrich - Problem Solving - Quite challenging!

Mathsphere - Downloadable board games

Teaching Money - Online Money Games

Brainboosters - Problem Solving Challenges

Primarygames.com - Huge number of activities

Snappy Maths - Worksheets for KS2 Children

Count On - Old site, but still some good games.

Subtangent - Traditional Maths Games

ICT Games - Games sorted by topic.

Mixed subject sites

Channel 4 Learning - Interesting content for 5-16 years olds in a range of subjects

BBC Children's Learning - Videos, articles and games for all of the primary age range.

CrickWeb - Great site covering a range of subjects, with games and downloadable activities

CBeebies - All sorts of videos, fun and games for the Under 6s.

Primary Homework Help - A great place to start when researching topics in a range of subjects. 

Top Marks - A good site that links to a range of other websites.

Lancashire Local Offer - A Facebook site that provides a range of events and activities within the County, suitable for all children.

We have listed a selection of websites below that will help your child to revise and rehearse the key skills they need to progress - as well as having a little fun too!   Just make sure that the games and activities attempted are appropriate for his/her age. 

All websites were checked for suitability when this page was published.  However, we cannot accept responsibility for the content of these external sites.

Higham St John's C.E. Primary School

Headteacher:  Mrs H Shaw  NPQH  FCCT

Bursars: Mrs C Anderson & Mrs A Robinson