Web Links

Welcome to the web links page (pupils and parents).

There are lots of things on this page, some links to help with our computing curriculum, some to help with homework and learning, some fun games links and some very important parent links at the bottom.


Acceptable Use

Acceptable Use is all about knowing how to be safe, when using technology.  Help yourself to become more ‘webwise’, by checking out these links.


Thinkuknow (For children aged 5-7)

Thinkuknow (For children aged 7-11)

Sid’s Online Safety Guide

CBBC – Stay Safe

Stop Cyberbulliyng (For children aged 7-11)

For More information about staying safe online, click the ‘E-safety’ tab.


We can use the internet to find out information about, well, just about anything!  Be careful when searching for information though.  We recommend the following safe, child-friendly, search engines.

Kids Click

‘Ask’ for Kids

Yahoo!® Kids

SWGfL Media Gallery – For pictures, sound and videos


In St. Chad’s we learn about communicating using technology.

Dance Mat Typing – Improve your typing skills with this fun game!

Handling Information

Handling information is an important skill,  that helps us to answer questions and organise data.  Have a look at these websites.

Key Stage 1 Handling Data – A great introduction to sorting for children in Key Stage One.


This strand is all about ‘making things happen’ with technology.  Have a go at these activities!

Drawing – A fun, simple introduction to controlling an object using ICT.

Modelling and Simulations

This strand is all about using ICT to create situations that would be too difficult (or dangerous) to create in real life.  Have a look at the links below to play some fun ‘simulation’ games.

Poisson Rouge – There are no instructions for this.  Just click on everything!

Duck Game – Can you make your duck fly?  Ask your parents for permission before downloading this game.

Colin’s Coffee – Can you make the perfect cup of coffee for Colin?

Graphical Modelling – Design the perfect classroom of park, using a computer.

Use these links to access programmes to help with your homework:


BBC Bitesize KS1

BBC Bitesize KS2

Channel 4 Learning






Oxford Owl 

Phonics play

 Grid Club

Snappy Maths

Superb History Site 

Young Explorers


 Shakespeare as you’ve never seen him  Times tables  Mummy maker

Use these links to find fun websites:

Bouncing balls

Everyone loves Powerlines


Connect four

Parent Links

Bradley Stoke Community School One of our local secondary schools – Bradley Stoke Community School.

Bristol Diocese The link to the Bristol Diocese website.

Castle School Thornbury The website for one of our local secondary schools.

Church of England A link to the Official Church of England website

Initially Yours (School Uniform Provider) Click here to be taken directly to our school uniform website.  You can purchase school uniform online.

Marlwood School The website for one of our local secondary schools.

NSPCC The NSPCC Website. Stop child abuse.

Patchway Hub South Gloucestershire Council ‘One Stop Shop’ Services for children,

young people and families, for adults with learning difficulties and Patchway Library.

It includes Child & adolescent mental health services, Community pediatricians,

Connexions services, Educational psychologists, Educational welfare,

Family support services, Health visiting service, Inclusion support workers,

Midwifery service, Occupational therapy, Physiotherapy, School health nurses,

Social care services, Speech and language therapists, Newborn hearing clinics, Children’s eye clinics and more.

Housing and benefit support.

Patchway Community College

One of our local secondary schools.

Patchway Town Council Click for more information about the Patchway area.

South Gloucestershire Council Our local authority.

St. Chad’s Church The link to St. Chad’s Church’s website.

Wheatpatch Look here to see the wheatpatch before school and after school club

Who Is This Hosting A parents guide to e-Saftey, Also allowing you check the domain that the site is hosted on.

Met Police – Stay Safe Online

Southern Brooks


Parent info . org


Learn how to stay safe online. These are skills that will stay with you for life.

Family support services.

Recovering from Domestic Violence (DV), support if you are a victim and help when you need it.

A wealth of advice for a range of items.

A charity to support young people through any issues they are experiencing.


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