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The River Thames

The River Thames is probably the most important River in British History; indeed, it is part of why London grew to be such an important city. Primary Homework Help gives a pictorial guide to the River Thames in England, from source to the sea. As it’s source is...

Coastal Studies

Coastal studies, as part of a project on Earth Processes, is an interesting way of getting children interested in geography and geology – most of them will be more than familiar with the seaside! There are several useful websites: One Kids Geology has a set of...

Clever Never Goes

Clever Never Goes is a new scheme designed to teach children to keep safe. It replaces the old Stranger Danger campaign, which is well out of date and simply not useful in the age of social media and online gaming, where almost everyone that children talk to may be a...

Prodigy Maths Gaming Platform

Prodigy is a free maths gaming site designed to develop children’s maths skills through games. It is totally free to schools and children; they make their money from parental contributions in the form of extras, extra games, extra avatar goods etc. – see the...

BBC Bitesize Human Body for KS2

BBC Bitesize, Human body for KS2, has a comprehensive section that would help support a classroom science project on the human body. It provides four topics to study: Skeletons and Muscles, Digestive System, Circulatory System and Health. Skeletons and Muscles This...

The Human Body for KS 1

If you are covering  the Human body for KS 1, there is a lovely section of the new BBC Bitesize offering three informative videos. Under the Science for KS1 there are three learner guides covering the Human Body. The first is: What are the parts of the body? There are...