General help for all ages
http://www.bbc.co.uk/
education/schools/
Fantastic collection of simple to use sites for children of all ages. Detailed online GCSE and AS coursework plus educational activities for primary and pre-school pupils.
http://www.learn.co.uk/ Online lessons and tests covering most areas of the curriculum. Particularly good on GCSE work.
http://www.brainpop.com/ Fun site which uses cartoon videos to present its lessons on science, technology and health subjects.
http://www.homework
elephant.co.uk/
Search engine for sites offering homework resources, revision notes and interactive worksheets covering all subjects and for all ages. There is also an agony elephant to e-mail questions.
http://www.fact
monster.com/
Features include a homework help centre, atlas, dictionary and encyclopedia for kids.
http://www.school.
discovery.com/
students/
Loads of project information for English, science, history, geography and maths (including a maths problem solver)
http://www.spark
notes.com/
Contains study guides written by students and recent graduates. Most subjects covered, search facility allows quick results.
http://www.home
workhigh.co.uk/
E-mail your question to an online teacher. Most subjects are covered.
http://www.ajkids.
com/
Junior version of Ask Jeeves. Ask a question and a list of relevant websites appears.
http://www.britan
nica.com/
Interestingly presented and comprehensive online encyclopedia.
http://encarta.
msn.com/
Online encyclopedia with articles for all main school subjects.
http://www.enchan
tedlearning.com/
Dictionary.html/
Aimed at nursery and primary school children, this site has online activities and lessons with printable worksheets. Start at the site map.
http://www.afn
publishing.co.uk/
Information for parents about the eleven plus exams and details of practice tests that are available.
GCSE and A-levels
http://www.essay
bank.co.uk/
GCSE, A-level and further education essays and coursework.
http://www.revision
centre.co.uk/
A revision site currently catering for ten of the GCSE subjects with revision notes as well as free downloads.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/
education/gcsebitesize/
Most GCSE subjects covered with revision notes, test questions and an "ask a teacher" section.
http://www.student
central.co.uk/
Nearly 1,700 essays written by GCSE and A-level students are free on this site. Students are asked to donate an essay before taking one but if you leave the donate form blank and then click 'donate', you can still access your chosen essay.
http://www.top
marks.co.uk/
This easy-to-use site provides access to 1,500 high quality educational websites on all subjects.
http://www.gcse.
com/
Information on GCSE courses and exams, concentrating on maths, English and Sciences. Model answers and past exam papers can be purchased via the site.
http://www.boxmind.
com/
Comprehensive directory of 17,000 websites covering 27 academic subjects, aimed at higher education students.
English
http://www.novel
guide.com/
Literary analysis of a selection of novels commonly studied for English Literature exams.
http://www.gradesaver.
com/ClassicNotes/
Study notes on a wide range of literature, including full essays.
http://www.free
booknotes.com
Search engine to locate study sites with information on a chosen book.
Maths
http://www.superkids.
com/aweb/tools/math/
Make your own maths worksheets for free - for children aged 7 to 11.
http://www.maths-
help.co.uk/
Aimed at GCSE and A-level pupils. Ask experienced tutors to e-mail you some help or view previously answered questions.
http://www.bbc.
co.uk/education/
countmein/
Maths activities and tests for children aged five to 11.
Geography
http://www.cia.gov/cia/
publications/factbook
All the facts and figures about different countries, plus maps. Compiled by the CIA.
http://www.geore
sources.co.uk/
Good links listed by age group plus detailed notes and outline maps for project work.
History
http://www.spar
tacus.schoolnet.co.uk/
Thorough collection of articles for history project work. Scroll down beyond the adverts to find the articles.
http://www.history
today.com/
Leading history magazine online with features accessible via a search facility.
Science
http://www.science
net.org.uk/
Ask a science question or view those already answered.
http://www.how
stuffworks.com/
Science made simple. Type your question in the search box and relevant articles will appear - all comprehensive but easy to understand.

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