Love School, Love Learning, Love God
There are many online resources which can support learning at home. The staff at Victoria have compiled some their favourite websites. Please click on a subject to see addresses.
It has worksheets and resources all made by teachers.
Lots of fun activities related to schemes of work.
Lots of free Powerpoints to download science history etc.
This has interactive resources for many subjects.
Lots of fun activities.
Lots of information and worksheets about different animals and plants.
Website with pictures of the Berkhamsted canal.
Games, collections, videos, stories, homework help and family days out from museums and galleries.
The Vikings – Invaders and Settlers
Activities and information directly linking to the schemes of work.
More in depth information about the Vikings.
Wilkipedia’s Viking information – more challenging text.
Smart board resources for delicious dips and dippers.
Great fun touch typing practice.
Information for Parents and Carers
Lots of interactive activities.
Something for all ages, great for games for a range of differnent mathematical operations.
Lots of interactive maths sites and well organised for all areas of the numeracy curriculum.
Great for tables practice.
Lots of good maths games.
NATSOC (National Society Of Church Schools)
Activities and worksheets about other faiths.
Searches for links to RE sites – comprehensive resources.
St. Peter's website some good pictures.
Diocese of St Albans.
Are you eco friendly? Good for kids.
Links to lots of good ecosystem and rainforest information.
To help save energy.
An excellent free painting package.
A freely downloadable program which is such fun. You make animations by 'bending' a stick man. Lots of learning potential! (Requires mouse skills).