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Useful Sites for Yeargroups:






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Other useful sites







  • How about trying the Giggle Poetry []?

  • Have a look at the eTeachers portal Resources [], where there are poetry resources linked to the National Literacy Strategy.

  • Try Poetry Class [], which is for Key Stage 2 children. It contains ready made lessons plans. I've used them myself and they really work.


Other ideas for poetry sites included:


  • The Poetry Zone [] ... or is it tone, bone or phone?

  • Fizzy Funny Fuzzy [] – say that three times quickly!

  • The Fridge Magnet Haiku [], from Teachit, asks pupils to make a poem out of mixed up words. Move the words around like you would magnets on a fridge. (It’s not as easy as it looks


Trinity & All Saints Comenius Centre

The website from the Trinity & All Saints Comenius Centre in Leeds provides information, support and resources for primary and Key Stage 3 language teachers, including Quia exercises, interactive web-based worksheets and PowerPoint presentations. It also has details of CPD and Inset training courses and events run by the centre.



Target the Tudors


This new website uses six specially selected objects from the Museum of London's collection to introduce key themes of life in Tudor London, such as how women used herbal remedies, the new technologies introduced by immigrants from Europe, the impact of religious changes and what apprentices got up to when they weren't at work. It features interactive quizzes to test your detective skills, case studies about real Londoners and supporting notes for teachers


Painting the weather [], which is a great resource not only for art and design projects but also for literacy work on effective settings. The site features works of art and descriptions that depict different weather conditions, along with information about the artists.


If you’re looking for excellent examples of story starters, visit Join In [], from Stories from the Web. Join In allows you to select an author of your choice and continue from the ‘story starts’ they have written. What’s more, the story starts themselves provide good examples of a range of genres. If you want to move your able pupils on, Stories from the Web [] offers an option to use the materials with 11- to 14-year-olds.






Education City Activities and lots more available through NETLINC– Divided by Year Group and language – suitable for KS1 and KS2


Use this link or go to Netlinc homepage and choose a subject > Resources for Learners > Start Browsing then you can choose a year group activity for Education City there are lots of activities.



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