Worried about something at school or want some advice?
If you are worried about something at school or finding your learning challenging, always speak to someone you trust – your carer, a teacher, your social worker or a member of your family.
But there is also lots of good advice and help available online. Try the links below…
Want to practise something you have learnt at school, find out more about your learning or need help with your homework?
BBC Bitesize has lots of information about the subjects you may be learning at school.
The BBC’s Primary History website has information about the Romans, Vikings, World War Two and more!
Want information about history, geography or RE? Have a look at Primary Homework Help.
Interested in animals and the natural world? Try National Geographic Kids.
Look at the NRICH website if you enjoy tricky maths puzzles.
Enjoy coding? Have a look at the websites below.
Do you need advice or support for problems at school (or anywhere else!), have a look at Child Line’s website. It has lots of advice and has lots of ways to talk to someone who can help.
Worried about bullying? Have a look at these sites (but remember to speak to someone you trust too).
Internet Safety – Find out about how to keep yourself safe online.