“A Village School in London”

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1   Link   Camden Local Authority
For information on many aspects of the Camden Community
2   Link   Caterlink
For information regarding school meals
3   Link   Child Exploitation and Online Protection
This esafety website is created by the team at the Child Exploitation and Online
Protection (CEOP) Centre. It includes the latest information on the sites children like to visit, mobiles and new technology. Children, parents and teachers can find out what’s good, what’s not and what you can do about it. There are lots of games and also a place which anyone can use to report if they feel uncomfortable or worried about someone they are chatting to online.
4   Link   Educational Games
These educational games provide fun and focused repetition practice that enables
automaticity and fluency to be achieved more quickly. Play against other people online and improve your maths, literacy and geography skills and knowledge. A policy, which does not allow contact between players and monitoring by the website ensures children’s online safety.
5   Link   Timestables skills
Lots of ways to test and improve your timetables skills.
6   Link   First News
A child friendly look at the news. Encourage children to have interest and understanding
of the important issues that affect us all.
7   Link   Picture Book Maker
An online picture book maker, allowing children to create their own picture books based on the Children's illustrator Sarah Dyer.
8   Link   Create your very own super action adventure
A chance to create your very own super action adventure in six frames. This cross
curricular tool allows imaginations to run riot with choices of characters, backgrounds
and speech bubbles.
9   Link   Selection of online games
The site is a collection of online games and interactive content produced by the UK's
museums and galleries, for children aged 4 to 11. All content is designed to help kids
enjoy and visit galleries and museums.

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