The library is a great place to do your homework! Pop in for a quiet place to study, a wide range of books and internet access, or take a look at some of the useful online resources you can access from home.
Homework and study websites
Try these links for homework help and advice on improving your study skills:
Homework and revision links based upon the national curriculum. BBC Bitesize is split into primary (ages 3 to 11), secondary (ages 11 to 16) and post 16 (ages 16+) sections. Each area divided into subjects, with revision activities, tests, educational games, videos and links to related external websites.
Britannica Library is an award-winning resource for children. Access thousands of articles and magazines, images, videos and more. With its junior and student interfaces, library users of all abilities can access comprehensive and interactive e-learning information. With age-appropriate content, readers can access resources that are engaging and safe.
National Geographic: Kids
The website for the popular monthly magazine, National Geographic: Kids is an educational and fun site full of facts, videos, articles and educational games. Focus on geography, history, nature, science and world culture.
Natural History Museum
London’s Natural History Museum has a fantastic website full of projects and activities to do from home as well as articles, videos and hundreds of images of the most incredible creatures on Earth.
Any budding artists will enjoy Tate Kids with its interactive activities, fun games and plenty of fascinating facts about artists and art movements throughout history.
The Topmarks website helps you use the internet effectively for learning. You can browse by subject or search - by keyword or by subject and age group. All sites featured are reviewed by teachers and are based on the requirements of the national curriculum.
Alongside their fantastic children’s non-fiction books, Dorling Kindersley also has a great website with information on every subject you can think of. There are quizzes, videos and facts about everything from computer coding to violins.
NASA for kids
For all aspiring astronauts, NASA for kids is a brilliant resource with plenty of activities and games as well as information about the international space station and the history of space travel.
Ever been curious about coding? Scratch is the world’s largest free coding community for kids and is available in over 70 languages. With the Scratch programming language and online community, you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations -- and share your creations with others around the world.
Updated: 30 January 2023