Computing using JiT5 –

When KS1 pupils are in school they are able to access the school’s lgfl online learning resources. Pupils use the JiT5 area during for computing activities, incorporating cross-curricular learning. The platform enables pupils to develop their computing skills within a safe environment.
You will be pleased to know that pupils will be able to access this resource at home. To login please follow the guidance below.

Logging in to my USO – Pupil Guide  

Pupil login

Additional links to support learning at home

Useful Online Websites

BBC Bitesize 
A great resource, fun videos linking to the EYFS and KS1 curriculum areas.
Early Years
KS1

Maths Websites

Timestables
A fun game to learn your timestables.

http://garyhall.org.uk/gordons-numeracy-itps.html

An excellent, simple website with links to games such as Bingo. Covers all the main areas of maths such as measures, four operations, fractions, place value, percentages. The games can be played as a family or independently.

http://mathsframe.co.uk/

A website full of maths games related to curriculum. On the homepage click on Resources tab, New Maths Curriculum 2014 and then choose relevant area. A list of games will appear with a snapshot of what they look like. Worksheets are also available.

http://www.conkermaths.org/cmweb.nsf/pages/index.html

Good for the learning of key instant recall facts (e.g. number bonds, times tables). It has games children can play with the option of timed or not.

http://www.offbyheart.co.uk/index.php

A huge array of worksheets and games for English and Maths. Easy to navigate and find game as you can choose search based on year group/area of maths/topic.

http://mathszone.co.uk/

A huge array of games for English and Maths. Easy to navigate and find game as you can choose search based on year group/area of maths/topic.

www.ictgames.com

Very much a KS1 website with numerous fun and engaging maths games.

www.woodlands-junior.kent.sch.uk

If you enter the Maths Zone you will find topic areas. Click on the required area and suggested games will come up. This is not organised by year group so you may need to have a look to assess whether the level is appropriate for your child.

http://www.math-play.com/index.html

An American website full of maths games that children can play on their own. Games are organised by both ‘Year’ and topic. We suggest searching for topics as the American ‘Grades’ do not necessarily have the same curriculum as the Years here.

http://thirdspacelearning.com

Specifically useful for parents supporting their children with the KS2 SATs. If you sign up you get access to useful practise materials and occasional, yet useful, SPAM!

www.topmarks.co.uk

A huge array of games for English and Maths. Easy to navigate and find game as you can choose search based on year group/area of maths/topic.

Useful Online Learning Literacy Websites

Teach Your Monster to Read 
Award winning site for teaching early reading skills (Free for use on computers, subscription required for mobile/tablet app)
 Weebly Interactive Sites
Interactive English activities.
Phonicsplay
Interactive phonic activities and printable resources.
Primary Homework Help
Interactive games covering a variety of English and activities.
ICT games
Literacy and Maths games.
Love Reading
Online reading, videos with downloadable activities.
Mr Thornes Does Phonics
Site contains links to useful phonics based learning sites (some require subscription)
Oxford Owl
Online reading, free e-books and activities.
Words for Life
Lots of useful resources for children of all ages, lots of tips for parents – includes singing!
Roy the Zebra
Lots of interactive reading games and activities.

Cbeebies Alphablocks
Full of fun phonics games and activities.