Resources for supporting your child's learning at home

 

Here are some websites, resources and apps we recommend to help support learning at home.

Many items were added to this list during lockdown. If you and your child find other useful resources, do let us know and we'll add them.

 

 

Below are the Times Table Booklets we use in Year 4.
 
Remember, you get 2 minutes to answer the questions and not to move onto the next one before you have answered the previous.
 
You are allowed to look at the front of the booklet to help you find the answer, or if you are doing another test, look back at previous ones.  The idea is to practise, practise, practise and as you do you will start remembering the facts,
 
Why not have a practise of the times table you don't feel as confident with?  Keep at it each day, can you improve your score?
 
The order below shows an easy way to learn new times tables.  In Key Stage 1, children learn to count in 2's,5's and 10's, in Year 3 they learn the 3,4,6 and 8 times tables, then the rest in Year 4 as the expectation is children will know all times table and division facts up to 12x12 by the end of Year 4.