Department for Education (DfE)
This is the government’s official website for all education matters.
Connexions West of England provides a range of support for young people from the age of 13 years. Find out more by visiting their website.
The Who Cares Trust
Educational charity supporting for children and young people in care. Lots of useful publications.
The British Association for Adoption and Fostering
The UK’s leading adoption and fostering membership association. Lots of useful publications.
Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
This site provides information on all aspects of the EYFS, including the EYFS Framework and the areas of learning and development.
The DfE's information about the school curriculum.
Information about the post 16 bursary grant.
Directgov (parents’ section)
This covers a wide variety of topics and has some pointers and information on education at all ages.
For younger children.
BBC Schools pages
All subjects, all ages, lots of games and resources.
English, maths, science, early years.
Maths is Fun
All areas of maths covered in a fun way. Some free access.
Maths for primary, secondary, post 16 and special schools. Most Bath and North East Somerset secondary and neighbouring authorities’ schools subscribe. The young person has an individual log in. Has structured lessons and recorded homework and booster worksheets.
Maths related site.
Maths for KS1 to 5. Has puzzles, games and ideas.
Lots of resources including all the old SAT papers at KS1,2 and 3 for maths and English.
Many schools are signed up to SAM LEARNING which is an on-line revision programme for young people in Key Stages 2 3 and 4. If a school is signed up then all young people attending that school will have a log in and password they can use from any computer including at home.
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