Britannica SchoolClick here and then enter "cleveland" as the ID and "access" as the passcode. Every pupil has access to the Britannica School resource website. Britannica School is a safe, up-to-date, and age-appropriate information resource. Discover encyclopaedia articles, multimedia, primary sources, games, and other learning resources that support student research, classroom exploration, and curriculum standards. You can choose between Foundation (for Primary pupils), Intermediate (for Secondary pupils) or Advanced text.
Education CityEngaging resources for pupils aged 3 to 12 years old. Your login details are in the back of your home-school communication book, the same details you would use to log into the computers at school. Be very careful when typing your username and password, double and triple check to your details when logging in. If you can't login please ask your teacher to try at school and then ask Mr Dipple for help or fill in the help form at the bottom of the Remote Learning page (click on the Access link to complete the form).
Espresso PrimaryEspresso offers Pupil Home Access which provides pupils, and their parents, with access to the full Espresso service from home. You also receive access to a special Home Learning area with a Parents Guide, encouraging greater use of Espresso in homework tasks. To use Espresso you need to log in using the username and password in your home-school communication book, it is the same one you would use on the school computers.
LGFL Apps LGFL Apps are a collection of very useful applications and services available free to pupils at Cleveland Road Primary School. You will need your username and password which can be found in the back of your home-school communication book. Nursery, Reception and KS1 pupils should choose the Easy Login or Who Am I option. You will need your pin number which is the day you were born and the month. For example: 29th August = 2908, 5th May = 0505, 12th December 1212
LoveReading4KidsNot sure what to read next? Looking for a great holiday read? Loved a book and want to find more like it? This is the place to go.
Top MarksThis site has many links to some great reading activities including comprehension, deduction, fiction and non-fiction in a fun way.
Read for Good StorymakerOn this website, you are able to create a short story that is fun and inspirational. From this, you can go on to can create extended adventures. This is suitable for all ages.
Fun English GamesThis website promotes your ability to debate. More suitable for Key Stage Two.
Primary Homework HelpThis brilliant resource covers many areas of English, such as spelling and phonics, reading, grammar, punctuation and writing for different text types
Spelling, Grammar and Punctuation (SPaG)
ICT GamesThis website has lots of exciting games to help you practise your phonics and spelling of the high frequency words.
BBC BitesizeGames to help you with grammar, punctuation and spelling.
CrickwebThe Crickweb website is great for a range of English activities for Key Stage One and Two. There are a selection of fun and interactive Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar activities for Key Stage One and Two.
NumbotsIf your child has a login for Numbots, please click the link to play. To gain access to Numbots, please follow the steps: 1) Click the link 2) Click the 'Green Arrow' 3) Click 'Schools' 4) Click 'Pupils' 5) Enter the School's name or Post Code: IG1 1EW 6) Enter your Child's login details provided by the teacher.
Primary Homework HelpThis website covers a lot of topics from our Maths lessons. It has great resources, activities and interactive questions to answer.
Top MarksThe Topmarks website is safe and used in schools around the country for its great Maths activities. There are engaging games and interactive activities to help learn more about Maths topics.
CrickwebThis website is full of times tables questions and challenges so you can improve your speed!
STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)
CREST AwardsCREST is a scheme that inspires young people to think and behave like scientists and engineers. It is a nationally recognised scheme for student-led project work in the STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths).
Espresso CodingClick this link to discover a range of computing and coding tasks, games and learning tools