Useful Links

In this section you can find links to local organisations, information about online safety, support with various school subjects, and sites with online activities for you and your child to explore.

You might also find Wirral Council's Schools and Learning and the Government's Education and Learning websites useful.

We hope you find these links of interest. However, please note that Church Drive Primary School is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.

Online Safety

The ThinkUKnow website, created by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre, has sections on keeping safe online for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 children and a reference section for parents and carers.

KidSMART has activities, downloadable resources and sections for children and their parents/carers.

On the CBBC website you can find a number of informative videos suitable for children of all ages.

The insafe website has a number of useful resources.

Read about online safety here on the NSPCC website.

There is also useful information to be found on the Anti-Bullying Alliance site.

Local Interest

Information about museums and galleries in the Liverpool area, including Wirral's own Lady Lever Art Gallery, can be found on the Liverpool Museums website. Games and activities for children are available on the 'Kids' section of the site.

Find out about local attractions and forthcoming events at the Visit Wirral website.

Port Sunlight Village is an important local attraction and we are lucky to be located in the heart of it. Our classes often visit the area to learn more about relevant topics, such as the Victorians.

We encourage all our pupils to join their local library so that they can fully access the rich resources and activities available. For more information, visit the Wirral Libraries website.

Useful websites for Maths

Mathematical education quizzes for Key Stage 2 pupils can be found at Education Quizzes.

The BBC Bitesize website offers support for Maths and English along with other subjects. There is fun with numbers for ages 4-11 at this BBC Schools site.

The NRICH website contains many interesting and challenging activities.

Find Maths games and activities at Mathszone.

The Woodlands Junior website is renowned for its 'homework helps' and useful links.

The Fun Brain website includes all kinds of educational games, including those that are related to number.

A fun tool for making and customising Maths puzzles can be found at Puzzlemaker.

Teaching Time is a great site for learning time; it includes an interactive clock.

For learning basic Maths skills, visit Ricksmath.

Maths games, puzzles and activities can be found at the Maths is Fun website.

More fun Maths games are at Cool Math.

The 4learning site has Maths games, quizzes and problem-solving activities.

Past SATs Papers can be downloaded from the archive on this website.

Useful websites for English

Oxford Owl

Books for Keeps

Literacy Trust

Love Reading 4 Kids

Reading Zone

BBC Bitesize

BBC Education

The School Run

Children's News

The website of the CBBC programme Newsround can be found here.

First News is a weekly newspaper aimed at children aged 7-14; for more information, visit the First News website.