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Additional support for BBC Bitesize daily lessons, including free activities. For the week 20th–24th April.
A recent report highlights the link between children's early language skills and their life chances. We look at simple everyday activities to boost your child's communication, language and reading skills.
Find out what your child will learn in the year 1 primary curriculum for literacy and maths and ways to support home learning. Learn more about the phonics screening test.
This year, the uncertainty around schools reopening could make moving up to big school even more daunting than usual. Here are our top tips on how to prepare.
Learn how grammar and punctuation is taught in Year 6 and find out how to support your child at home, with lots of fun ideas and free activities.
Flummoxed by fractions? Dismayed by decimals? Perplexed by percentages? Get tips for exploring these tricky concepts at home.
In Year 5, your child will convert between metric and imperial units. They will find and use area and perimeter, capacity and volume, and units of time.
Find out about this popular approach to helping children learn to read with phonics. Discover which graphemes, phonemes, and tricky words are taught in each phase.
Find out what to expect in Year 5 at primary school as your child starts to embed the knowledge needed for the tests at the end of Year 6.
Help your young child learn to read, and love to read, with our eBook library, containing hundreds of free eBooks. Developed for children aged 3–11.
Maths expert Louise Pennington shares her advice for developing your child's maths skills during school closures by exploring maths in the real world.
Find out how Oxford Levels and levelled readers can support and develop your child's reading skills even after they've learned how to read.
Author and teacher Jill Carter runs through what to consider when choosing a secondary school.
Science at primary school is practical and exciting. Children love the chance to learn through being totally hands-on and finding things out for themselves — the perfect way to understand the world around them.
When you look down at a blank piece of paper, inspiration can seem a long way away. Here are Christopher Edge's top tips for coming up with story ideas.