The library is a great place to do your homework! Pop in for a quiet place to study, a wide range of books and internet access, or take a look at some of the useful online resources you can access from home.
Try these links for homework help and advice on improving your study skills:
Homework and revision links based upon the national curriculum. The BBC Schools Online is split into pre-school (under 5), primary (ages 4-11), and secondary (ages 11-14) sections. Each area divided into subjects, with revision activities, tests and links to related external websites.
Homework High is Channel 4’s homework site for students aged 11-14. Choose your subject and type in a question (or search a list of previously asked questions) to find the information you need.
The Internet Public Library is just that, a library on the Internet. KidSpace is the youth section and is divided into subject areas containing links to related websites. Please note: this is a US-based site.
The Topmarks website helps you use the internet effectively for learning. You can browse by subject or search - by keyword or by subject and age group. All sites featured are reviewed by teachers and are based on the requirements of the national curriculum.
Updated: 31 January 2017