Oxford Owl is an award-winning website from Oxford University Press, created to support children’s learning both at home and at school.
Oxford Owl Beta is a preview version of our new website for parents. You’ll find information about the primary curriculum in England along with tips and activities to help your child with reading, English, and maths at home.
It’s not perfect yet, but we’d love to know what you think ahead of our site relaunch later this year. Get started by using the links below, or use the search, and if you have time then please answer a few quick questions in this short survey.
- Oxford Owl Beta homepage
- About reading schemes
- Learning to read
- Year by year guide to the primary curriculum
Want to get back to our main website? Click here: www.oxfordowl.co.uk
Why make a new website for parents?
We also know that most are using their phones while looking for answers. That’s why we’ve optimised our content for mobile devices.
I can't find all the content that I'm used to using on Oxford Owl
Where are the eBooks?
We still have our eBook library, but this is best viewed on a tablet, laptop, or computer. You can get to it here: eBook library.
Some of the activities don't seem to work properly on my phone. Why?
We hope to optimise our activities for mobile phones in the future, but that will take more time. And in the meantime, we wanted to make our parent support content as accessible as possible.
If you have any other issues with activities, please contact us.
I'm a teacher. How do I access my subscriptions?
Are you a teacher?
Visit Oxford Owl for School for thousands of free teaching resources, including storytelling videos, eBooks, downloadable worksheets, and teaching notes.