The new Neath Port Talbot Inclusion Service website is now live and can be accessed via the following link https://www.npt.gov.uk/pupilinclusion
It contains a range of information, as well as resources and links, which will be useful for both staff and parents/ carers.
This section of the website is being continually updated since the school closures have taken place. Please keep checking in order to see if there are anymore ways in which we can help you during this time.
We have gathered together some useful website links which might be helpful for your children when completing their homework or simply further developing their knowledge and understanding. We have taken these links from trusted primary school websites however, we strongly recommend that children are supervised regularly when using the internet.
Please click on the red links in order to access the websites.
1. Maths Frame is a website with a wide range of interactive games for both tablets and computers.
2. Top Marks is a website which provides a wide range of interactive games for developing both English and Maths skills. After following this link you can then select your age range using the tabs to suit your child’s age.
3. Here is a useful link to a website which will help children with learning welsh through a range of interactive games.
4. This is a wonderful website in which there are a wide range of topics covered. Extremely child friendly.
5. BBC Bitesize provides a range of learning videos, games and presentations covering all areas of learning and subjects taught in both Foundation Phase and Key stage 2.
6. The amazing website that is Twinkl has opened up its doors to everyone during this time of school closures. Here there is a vast array of resources to access linked to all areas of the curriculum.
8. HWB is another of our learning platforms in which we regularly access during school learning. Here the children are able to safely conduct internet searches, read through information from encyclopaedias, access all Office 365 programmes (which they are also able to download onto a device at home if you follow the instructions on HWB) There is also the option to download the educational version of Minecraft. HWB also has a wide range of activities on its application ‘Just2Easy’. This is a fantastic learning tool for all ages. This is free, but the children need to use their own personal login in order to access their account.
9. Another wonderful range of resources that we use in school come from the site Oxford Owl, which is linked to Read Write Inc. During this particular time of school closures Oxford Owl is working on adding a range of resources to its website in which you can access at home for free. This is all focused around reading. Also, your child will have access to a class login for this website. If you are unsure of this please ask the class teacher for details.
10. PE videos are being uploaded daily by the well known Joe Wicks, who we completed the Children In Need Sport activity with last year online. These can be found on his YouTube Channel ‘The Body Coach’ He is live everyday at 9am, but his videos do stay online in order to access at anytime during the day. Below is a link to his YouTube channel.
11. As there are many websites which see the challenge that parents are facing during this time of school closures, some of them have made their usually subscription based downloads free to access. The link below is a range of sites in which you can access resources/activities / many more for free currently.
12. Carol Voderman has a maths learning programme in which she usually charges £2 a week for access. However, during this time of school closures she has made the resources free to access for all children. Follow the link below to sign up and enjoy the wonderful resources.
13. Natural History Museum have a website where there are a range of online activities, app features, facts and many more. It is useful for filling time while children aren’t able to venture outside too much in the current situation.
14. Science Museum Group brings together resources from our Museums, including activities, games and videos. Discover activities to support a range of curriculum topics for use in the classroom, in museum galleries and beyond.
15. Poetry Zone is a website which celebrates the Poetry of children. You are able to send your own poetry into the website to be published.