Martins Wood is an official 'learning destination' for the Children's University.
Please follow this link to find out more.
We also subscribe to a variety of high quality, educational online learning platforms. Not only do these enhance learning within school, the children have access to all of them from home too.
Every child will have been given their user names and passwords by their teacher. If you need a reminder, just ask them.
As ever when online don't forget to follow the SMART Rules for ICT.
Click on the logos below to follow a link to the log-in screen for each website.
Children in KS2 (Years 3 to 6) now have accounts for DoodleMaths, a fun and engaging programme which helps children improve their ability and confidence in Maths. Download their free app via the link above (Android, iOS, Kindle Fire, PC, Mac or Learn Pad) and log in to get started. Don't forget parents can also create an account which links to the accounts of their child(ren) in order to track their progress and achievement.
Discovery Education's Espresso contains a wealth of digital resources (videos, images, text and games) across all subject areas for our Early Years children through to Year Six.
Log in to Active Learn to access your online Bug Club books, chosen for your by your teacher. You can also access Grammar & Spelling Bug and Phonics Bug games, videos and activities too. These sites are used by children from Reception to Year Six.
Purple Mash is full of lots of great ICT and Computing activities which support learning across the curriculum. There are activities for children in EYFS right up to Year Six.
The Crystal Channel contains lots of fun ICT/Computing games, activities, guides and tutorials for children in KS1 and KS2.
Children in KS2 can log into Language Angels to practise the French they have been learning in class via games, songs and other activities. Just click on the "Play Games" link to sign in.
With Reading Cloud you can: Search, reserve or download resources from our school library and across the Reading Cloud • Blog about your favourite books and authors • Like and recommend resources to other students • Write and read book reviews • Chat online with other students about books and authors that interest you • Plus much more...
These are not subscription sites, therefore there is no need to log in. Just follow the links. We hope you find them useful.