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Our e-platform is a library of digital and audio books. It is simply amazing! For more information please here: E platform – Meadowside Electronic books.

Purple Mash is an excellent site that we use regularly at school. Children can login from home (providing they can remember their class login!).

Oxford Owl is an award-winning website to help support children’s learning, both at home
and at school.

The Poetry Zone is a great place to explore. You can even send your own poem in to be published!

Look, cover, write, check: a wonderful website to assist with spelling.

Words for Life’s aim is to inspire more people to read, more regularly, for both pleasure and personal advancement. Useful booklists especially chosen to appeal to less confident readers. Free resources matched to books.

Toppsta. A great site if you’re wanting to choose books for children. All the reviews are organised by the age of the child, so you can see exactly which books children are enjoying at every age between 0 and 12

Details on our school reading scheme can be found here.


Words that children are expected to know by the end of each key stage can be found below:

Year 1 and 2 spelling list

Year 3 and 4 spelling list

Year 5 and 6 spelling list

Reception and Key Stage 1

Phase 1 and phase 2 interactive phonic resources.

The website linked to our phonics scheme at school.

English section of the BBC bitesize website.

Aplhablocks, for children who are learning to read

Key Stage 2

BBC bitesize activities designed to prepare children for KS2 National Tests.

100 best children’s books.