Learning Links

Parents can visit the E-Safety page for more information.

STOP and think:
Am I following the E-Safety Rules?

  • I will only use the Internet and computing equipment with an adult's permission and I will use it carefully.

  • I will keep my login and password information secret.

  • I will not send my phone number, address or a photo of me to anybody.

  • I will only use activities that an adult has allowed me to use and I will ask for help if I am not sure what to do.

  • If I see something that makes me feel unhappy I will tell an adult.

Login to Bug Club

Remember to use Bug Club - it's free and many books are available to read, with lots of your favourite characters!

Other websites

Here are some links you can use to help with your literacy, numeracy and lots of other topics at home.

Note to parents: The following links are to external websites and Grange Park Infant & Nursery School are not responsible for any content or advertising on these websites. They may change or become unavailable at any time. All websites are free to access and were deemed appropriate for children at the time of publication, but children and young people must be supervised at all times while using the Internet. You may wish to visit them first before you allow your child to access them. Some websites may invite you and your child to register for more activities or access – please read the Privacy Policy and Terms of Use for each website before registering.)

BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize can help you with all the subjects you learn at school.

Reading Bear

Reading Bear can help you with phonics.


Starfall can help you learn the alphabet.

ICT Games

There are lots of educational games to play at ICT Games.

You, or an adult you trust, can let the police know if something has made you feel worried or unhappy online.

This button takes you to the CEOP Safety Centre for help and advice, and to make a report.