Fantastic Websites

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Log on to Espresso Primary at home to find out information, watch the news and play games to help you learn! Your teacher will give you a letter with the user name and password, so keep this somewhere safe at home.

 The award winning Dance Mat Typing is a fun introduction to touch typing for 7-11 year olds. The site features 12 different typing challenges led by friendly animated creatures. Each stage introduces different letters on the keyboard until the final challenge where speed and accuracy put the best scores on the scoreboard! Children will learn this valuable skill in no time at all.
 What's Wallace's favourite drink? Open Gromit's Photo Album for pictures from A Close Shave, A Grand Day Out or The Wrong Trousers. See the storyboard for the Great Train Chase on "Feathers" McGraw's Home page. Find out what clay is used in the model making and take a virtual tour of the Aardman Studios.
 Blue Peter’s impressive website boasts an archive of cooks and things ot make, as well as clips and features from past shows. Not only is every presenter profiled, but the programme’s vast array of pets are featured too.
 Take a look at some great interactive games for 9-11 year olds. Do you know all the different parts to your body? Play DRAG AND DROP BODY PARTS. Ever wondered what constellations are visible in our night sky? Have a go at CONSTELLATION SEARCH. Or learn about different places and how they’re different with ISLAND LIFE.

A history website for 7-9 year olds.

Featuring games, a timeline, quizzes and printouts.

Well worth a visit!


Super site from the Canadian Museum of Civilisation.

Why did the ancient Egyptian civilization emerge in the Nile Valley? Why did it last longer than the civilizations that came after it? Why did the ancient Egyptians mummify the bodies of the deceased? Why did the pharaohs build pyramids?

A lot of detail about everyday life in Ancient Egypt.


Discovering Ancient Egypt by Mark Millmore.

All about ancient Egypt, pyramids, temple reconstructions and the pharaohs.

Lots of resources on Ancient Egypt, including a hieroglyph typewriter.
 The British Museum has stories, explorations and challenges... some need quite a few mathematical skills. This is a rambling but fun site for teachers to explore. All sorts about Egypt. The best collection of artifact images that we've found.

Anglo-Saxons BBC Primary History website.

Games, quizzes, resources and information, for children and teachers - interesting!


Newsround website - news and current affairs site and television program for children, from CBBC.

 Do cats have belly-buttons? Make a volcano in your kitchen. This is a website filled with tons of mad-scientist-type experiments!
 Bradwell Village Clutch Club - this excellent site has, amongst other things, Bradwell residents, from times past, recounting what life was like in the Village. It will also tell you something about the history of the school.
 BBC Bitesize-this website has lots of information and video clips about lots of our topic subjects. Have a look and see what you can find out.


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