Information - e-safety
Have you been set homework by your teacher to go and do some research? Do you know where to look? Below are a number of websites that offer information for you to read through or there are revision websites so you can make sure you are ready for any tests that are going on in school.
NOTE: While we have taken time to pick out websites that we see suitable and safe for our children, St Andrew's is not responsible for the content found on these sites.
National Geographic Kids
This website is packed with information about all thing Geography and Science. Take a look at country profiles, see stunning images of jungles, or watch videos of penguins in their natural habitat.
The Science Museum has a great section with information on different subjects like transport, computers and more. There are also links to different objects in the museum, as well as the latest science news.
KS2 Bitesize Revision
Use this website to help when revising for any tests in English, Maths or Science. Aimed at Years 3, 4, 5 and 6. It has lots of games and activities to help you learn what you need to, when you need to.
For Years 1 and 2 to revise and practice their learning. Also great for older pupils who want to make sure they have the basics. There are English and Maths activities on here as well as games.
Newsround is a BBC News website for children. There are lots of videos and articles to help us keep up to date on what is going on in the world around us. Sections include Sport, Entertainment, Animals and News.
Health for Kids is a fantastic new website which provides a wealth of health information for children between the ages of 4 and 11. There are exciting activities for parents/carers/teachers to enjoy with children, advice to support their development and much more.