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The Coverage Chart shows you where. The Medium Term Plan lists each week's teaching focus, activities, starter and National Curriculum outcomes cross-referenced to the Hamilton Assessment Plan. The Resource List provides a comprehensive list of physical resources suggested by the Hamilton plans.

The Outcomes Sheet allows you to record quick day-to-day judgements about children's mastery of objectives in the back of their maths books. Answers to exercises appear at the end of each week's resources document. This chart will help you if you are trying to use Hamilton Maths Plans and also teach in Blocks. This is an interim stage for Hamilton, as for next year we shall have a completely new flexible planning tool which will enable you to create your own blocks.

Meantime, please look at the document carefully - it is three pages not one! Place two and three-digit numbers on a line; Order and compare three-digit numbers; Understand place value in three-digit numbers; Understand and use place value with money. Mental addition and subtraction using place value, partitioning and counting back. Includes bar model examples. Recognise lines of symmetry, complete symmetrical drawings; Describe, name and sort 2D shapes, Describe, name and sort 3D shapes, learn and use correct vocabulary.

Use mental multiplication to double 2-digit numbers. Halve small even numbers. Understand that multiplication is commutative. Recognise multiples of 2, 5 and Know pairs of multiples of 5 totalling ; Know pairs of 2-digit numbers totalling ; Subtract numbers on either side of by counting up.

Tell the time to five minutes using analogue, digital and Roman numeral clocks; Understand and use am and pm times appropriately; Collect data and display using bar charts and pictograms. This website uses a detective-style story to explore the work of famous artists and compare their styles. Asylum Aid provides specialist legal representation and advice to people seeking asylum in the UK, and campaigns for a fairer and more efficient asylum system.

Coventry Law Centre employs solicitors and paralegals and has legal aid contracts so are able to represent you in court or in tribunal if you are on a low income.

Find out about services for refugees and asylum seekers; including children's services, integration and voluntary returns info. A site by Warner Brothers dedicated to the boy wizard where you can learn to play Quidditch should you so desire. This site has lots of books to help children through different situations e. It offers a wide choice of fiction and non-fiction books in audio, braille and giant print for adults and children. A site for both children and parents with advice on choosing books and encouraging reluctant readers and also information on numeracy.

There are links to other historic figures with games and quizzes for each famous person. Information about the monarch that can be searched from a timeline from the Anglo Saxons to the present day. You can search for biographies on all British prime ministers e. Churchill, David Lloyd George from 18th century up to present day.

A very detailed site and a time line biography on Shakespeare include biography, sonnets, quotes and plays. Website created by Leicestershire anti-bullying team, has lots of useful information, guidance and resources. Charity providing an e-mail advice service for children and young people as well as lots of online help and information, for schools as well as pupils. Provides a 24 hour telephone helpline for children and young people.

Website features help and advice on bullying. National charity dedicated to improving the mental health of children and young people.

Website has a number of bullying related resources. Interactive careers advice and guidance with career suggestions. Need to request username and password but this is instant. Information on taking a gap year in the UK and 90 other countries including health and insurance advice. The Citizenship Foundation aims to promote more effective citizenship, particularly among young people. This site shows a timeline of the history of communication from the development of the alphabet, first bound books, telegraph line to the internet.

A Government-backed internet security campaign. The website covers issues such as online fraud and viruses and there is also a section for parents and young people on staying safe online. A Hector's world character will then swim at the top of the screen and if you are confused or frightened by anything you see online.

This site is aimed at children aged 8 upwards and covers texting and online activities. Official websites of the government body, Food Standards Agency, with information on healthy eating, GM food, salt and fat. Daycare Trust are a national childcare charity. They have been working since November to promote high quality affordable childcare for all. A guide to grammar and writing, explaining the use of verbs, pronouns, how and when to use speech marks etc.

Search over million people living in England and Wales between and view images of the original documents. The census is a record of everyone who lived in England and Wales in It provides a unique snapshot of the lives of your ancestors. Charges apply for getting information. The main site giving access to the free Birth, marriage and death indexes available throughout the country. Many local authorities are putting indexes on line. Check to see if the one you need is there.

Warwickshire births, marriages and deaths are searchable. There are currently over 4 billion records available to search. From historical censuses and parish records, to military records and passenger lists, your family's past is waiting to be discovered.

British History Online is the digital library containing some of the core printed primary and secondary sources for the medieval and modern history of the British Isles.

Created by the Institute of Historical Research and the History of Parliament Trust, we aim to support academic and personal users around the world in their learning, teaching and research. Facsimiles of Charles Booths' notebooks and maps of London which he compiled as part of his survey into poverty in London c Details of streets, life and social conditions including costs of food, diet, clothes.

The Coventry Blitz Resource Centre - Here you will find information about various Coventry air raids including Operation Moonlight Sonata, and a lists of Coventry Blitz Victims, along with supplementary research findings. This site contains the names of all who came into the USA through that route. FREE at the moment.

Also history and examples of the immigration process — with photographs. The catalogue search 9,, items and specialist index searches are free but downloads of original documents are charged for. Williamson, wages in history — from labourers to domestic servants — from surgeons to merchants. A database — if you have clergy in your family this might help you. Incomplete but plans to have all dioceses and clergy from Reformation onward online. About the workhouse — its buildings, inmates, staff and administrators, and even its poets.

This contains pictures and information about Amazon Rainforests which could be helpful with homework queries. A great interactive site which lists different activities based around the subject of Geography to suit different ages from years old. NHS Choices puts you in control of your healthcare. This website has been developed to help you make choices about your health, from lifestyle decisions about things like smoking, drinking and exercise, through to the practical aspects of finding and using NHS services when you need them.

It draws together the knowledge and expertise of: This site covers many areas about Aztecs civilization with good pictures and simple text for younger children. Lots of detailed information on why the holocaust happened, stories of survivors, concentration camps and timeline.

Information on life in Ancient Egypt, including a Hieroglyphs section which translates words and numbers. A very detailed site with maps, memoirs, battlefields and a Who's Who and covers many topics around WWI. Famous people in history, speeches and eras from Tutankhamen and dinosaurs to ancient Rome and events happened this day in history. Find about the people, Gods and Goddesses and the pyramids built by the Mayans including a useful timeline.

Heroes, gods and monsters in Greek Mythology. This site includes a section explaining how characters from Greek Mythology appear in everyday speech. Personal accounts from survivors of the concentration camps. This site has eye witness accounts from survivors of the holocaust, and also gives information about non-Jewish victims. Suggested learning resources from the BBC. The quality of the essays vary. A site covering the whole curriculum from KS1-KS4 aimed at parents, gives good advice on helping their children!

Includes tips on studying styles, preparation and planning. Lots of links to a wide variety of topics including Dinosaurs, Astronomy, Health, Art and Technology. Information on the rights for people of different ages, gender, disabilities, race and religions.

FWT are dedicated to helping all women in Coventry and the surrounding areas through our Social, Health and Economic programmes. We offer education, training, healthcare and employment opportunities for all women, and this website contains information about courses, events, stories, and much more!

The Birmingham and Midland Society for Genealogy and Heraldry is the principal family history society for the counties of Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire. Coventry Family History Society specialises in research in the Coventry area and can supply a wide range of books and CDs to help with your research. An interesting website produced by local Cov Kid Rob Orland featuring plenty of history on Coventry with maps, photos and links to other local sites to visit.

This site, provided by the National Archives aims to help you find the government records and other sources you need for your family history research. Warwickshire Family History Society Established in to help people everywhere conduct research into their Warwickshire ancestors. They cover the entire county and are the only Family History Society devoted solely to the whole of Warwickshire.

A site that lets you work through maths problems and get the answer. There are step by step explanations and tutorials for you to follow. This is a webpage that explains how to understand those long written maths questions with examples to follow. Online Newspapers - the worlds largest online newspaper directory Thousands of Newspapers on the Web.

Searchable index to international newspapers. Claims to have links to 5, newspapers. Foreign language newspapers can be translated for a small fee. This has poems by children and adults, ideas for writing, jokes and games. Plus children's poems by famous poets and you can send in your own work. A2A is part of the UK archives network. The A2A database contains catalogues describing archives held locally in England and Wales and dating from the eighth century to the present day. Book Trust is a charity which promotes reading, and is an independent voice for readers.

Young Book Trust focuses and children's reading and, among other things, administers many children's literature prizes, including the Smarties Children's Book Award. It also co-ordinates the Bookstart books for babies project and produces a wide range of information and publications for readers both old and young.

Bookgroup is a website dedicated to reading groups, based on the reviews of a Brighton reading group. It features an archive of books previously discussed by the group, adding a new title each month, as well as profiles of reading groups and advice on setting up new forums. Use with care and always check in originals but a good starting point. Lots of useful information about forthcoming books, reviews, book group discussions, literary prizes and UK literary events.

Opening the Book's website focuses on reader development. It produces a range of resources and has designed a programme of courses to help library professionals reach out to new readers. Quick Reads are brilliant, short books by bestselling writers and celebrities. These exciting, dramatic and funny stories are ideal for people who've stopped reading or find reading tough, and for regular readers who want a short, fast read.

Quick Reads have helped hundreds of thousands to pick up books and enjoy reading again. This site has links to all types of books and authors; you are able to search under genres such as School Life, Fantasy and Graphic Novels. A simple site with lots of information and diagrams with sections on vertebrates, plants, cells and animal systems. Follow the links to Naas Kids' Club for fun and games. Lots of information on different topics including life processes, health, human body, reproduction etc.

Aimed at year olds. Official website of England and Wales cricket. Similar to the FA site with lots of information on the cricket board, teams, fixtures and playing the sport. Official website of English netball with lots of information on the sport, news, games fixtures and how to play the sport. Official website of the Olympics movement with lots of information on sports, the organisation, news and updates. Official website of English rugby union with lots of information on the sport, teams, games, fixtures and links to women's rugby.

Official website of Scottish hockey, you can still navigate some parts of this site without being a registered member. For everything on football's FA Cup and competitions, the latest on women's football, plus plenty on the English national side.

Government website including details of accident statistics, road works, public transport and the Highway Code. Site of the London Transport Museum detailing years of London's transport history including horse and electric trams and underground trains.

Discover Coventry's transport heritage from the earliest cycles to the land speed record breaking Thrust2. Is there anything wrong with this page? Get the best from this site We would like to place cookies on your computer to help us make this website better. Or simply continue below: Home External links and resources. External links and resources We have a growing database of resources and external links that you may find useful. Coventry City Council are not responsible for the content of external internet sites.

Categories Animal websites for children Art and artists' websites for homework Asylum seekers Authors - books and reading for children Biographies Bullying advice and support Careers Children's Book Awards Citizenship Communications Computers, internet and safety online Conservation and Environment Design and technology Diet food and nutrition Early years Educational advice Energy efficiency English and writing Family history Festivals Geography Government and current affairs Health History Homework websites Human Rights and Children's Rights Learning Local history and heritage Local support organisations Maths Newspapers online Other Local Authorities Poetry Readers' and writers' websites Recommended reads for children and young people Religion Science Social media Sport Taxi licensing Tendering Theatre and performing arts Transport Animal websites for children Antarctica Information about animals and life in Antarctica.

BBC Nature Lots of in depth facts about the animal and plant life, geology and climate. Bowwow Site to give you ideas on which name to give your pet, how popular is your pet's name and find out your dog's age in human years plus pet news. Earth life Some good information on insects, mammals, plants and bacteria.

Insects Simple facts about insects but covers only a limited range. Kids planet Factsheets, games and colouring sheets on over 50 animal species around the world. Pets and kids Advice on picking and looking after your pet including, cats, dogs, fish, gerbils, birds and reptiles. Reptile expert Expert Information and advice on keeping reptiles such as lizards, turtles and snakes. Artcyclopedia Lots of link to artists and their pictures.

Arty factory Online workshops showing how to draw animals, portraits and perspective drawing. Eduweb This website uses a detective-style story to explore the work of famous artists and compare their styles. Asylum Aid Asylum Aid provides specialist legal representation and advice to people seeking asylum in the UK, and campaigns for a fairer and more efficient asylum system.

Coventry Law Centre Coventry Law Centre employs solicitors and paralegals and has legal aid contracts so are able to represent you in court or in tribunal if you are on a low income. Refugee Council Find out about services for refugees and asylum seekers; including children's services, integration and voluntary returns info. Achuka Information on British authors and illustrators.

Charles Dickens A useful site about Charles Dickens. Chicken House publishers Chicken House publishers with reviews, information on authors and illustrators and much more.

Classic fairy tales Choose a classic tale and hear it read aloud. Cyberkids This has writing by children and things to make. Fun with Spot Suitable for very young children. Harry Potter A site by Warner Brothers dedicated to the boy wizard where you can learn to play Quidditch should you so desire.

Healthy books This site has lots of books to help children through different situations e. Lord of the Rings A site about the film version of the trilogy. Narnia A site dedicated to C. S Lewis and his books with lots of information. Penguin books Information on authors and new Penguin and Puffin books for children.

Scholastic This site includes pages on different authors, e. L Stine, Babysitters Club. UK children's books This provides links to different authors' and illustrators' websites. Wordpool A site for both children and parents with advice on choosing books and encouraging reluctant readers and also information on numeracy.

Albert Einstein This site about Albert Einstein may appear quite boring but it has some useful information. British monarchs Information about the monarch that can be searched from a timeline from the Anglo Saxons to the present day. British prime ministers You can search for biographies on all British prime ministers e. Mary Seacole Information and biography of Mary Seacole.

A very detailed site on the life of Mother Teresa. Nobel Laureates Articles on all the Nobel Laureates and their achievements. Picasso Quite a short biography about Pablo Picasso. Rodin A site about Rodin and includes a timeline biography. Shakespeare A very detailed site and a time line biography on Shakespeare include biography, sonnets, quotes and plays. US presidents A comprehensive site that spans presidents from 18th to 21st Century. Beyond Bullying Website created by Leicestershire anti-bullying team, has lots of useful information, guidance and resources.

Bullying Online Charity providing an e-mail advice service for children and young people as well as lots of online help and information, for schools as well as pupils.

ChildLine Provides a 24 hour telephone helpline for children and young people. YoungMinds National charity dedicated to improving the mental health of children and young people. Fast tomato Interactive careers advice and guidance with career suggestions. S-cool Revision help and careers advice. Year out group Information on taking a gap year in the UK and 90 other countries including health and insurance advice.

Citizenship Foundation The Citizenship Foundation aims to promote more effective citizenship, particularly among young people.

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