Help with homework
Stuck on homework? The library is the ideal place to get some help. Members of staff are happy to help you to find information for your homework in all libraries.
You can use reference tools such as encyclopaedias, dictionaries and atlases and non-fiction books on all kinds of topics.
You also have online access to the Encyclopaedia Britannica Online. (You will need your borrower's number if you are not in a library.)
You can also use the Internet. The following websites all contain useful links for homework:
General sites and lists of links
The BBC's education site covers the whole range of subjects for pupils aged 5 to 14+. The Revision section allows you to test, then mark yourself. Online revision guides are available and pupils can e-mail teachers for extra information. There is also a section for parents.
A comprehensive gateway with lots of links to internet resources - by subject. Includes animals, art, fashion, films, music, poetry, space, sport and much more!
Homework site with 5000 resources arranged by subject. You can also post a question to a subject specialist.
This is an excellent school website with lots of links to homework and educational games websites.
This homework site aims to help primary and secondary school pupils use the Internet effectively for learning. You can browse by subject or search by keyword or by subject and age group. All sites featured are reviewed by teachers. The target audience is indicated for each site.
The British Museum websites are written to support the National Curriculum for History and other subjects. They include printable teaching resources.
This site created by an English chemistry teacher contains a lot of question sheets and practical guides as well as puzzles, interactive revision quizzes, molecular models, and more.
Mrs. Glosser's site provides maths activities, worksheets, number games, problems, plus some great resources for parents, pupils and teachers as well as online forums for homework help, educators, and parents.
Nature detectives, by the Woodland Trust, has a huge bank of free resources and games to make learning about nature easy and fun. Download everything you need from leaf ID sheets and wildlife puzzles to seasonal charts and woodland log books
This is the children's version of the 24 Hour Museum exhibits from UK galleries and museums:
Learn about wild animals on every continent with fun factsheets covering a wide range of subjects. Interactive puzzles and games.
Click on Kids Only for fun and games, downloads and gallery. What dinosaur are you?
Pages full of fun and facts about birds and nature, games to play, competitions, things to make and do.
Masses of pictures and fact files on all types of animals, fish, birds, plants and insects.