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Learning weblinks

If you're recovering from an illness or an operation, these websites can help you get back up to speed with your schoolwork.

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Useful sites for revision

  • Ask Dr Maths: a question and answer service for math students and their teachers. A searchable archive is available by level and topic, as well as summaries of frequently asked questions.

  • BBC Bitesize: tutorials, tests with answer feedback, message boards, ask-a-teacher and web links.

  • ConquerMaths: FREE Maths lessons!

  • GCSE Answers covers Maths, English, Physics and French. It has tutorials, tests and explanations of answers.

  • Revision Centre: here you will find revision notes, links, tips, and many other resources to help you make the most of your revision.

  • Revise ICT: a bank of ICT games, quizzes and interactivities and much more!

  • Revisiontime: a free-to-use education portal for students, parents and teachers.

  • SAM Learning: need help with revision? Why not try SAM Learning? Contact your ward teacher for more information and a login.

  • Schoolsnet covers 10 GCSE subjects and has interactive questions, revision tips and glossaries.

  • Show me: cool stuff form museums and galleries. Are you into dinosaurs? Are you an arty smarty or a science whizz? Choose your favourite topic from these pages and have fun!

  • S-Cool covers seven GCSEs and 13 A/AS level subjects. The site includes tutorials with revision exercises and test questions.

Learning at home

  • Not School: an alternative to 'traditional' education


Other fun stuff

  • Try some of the secondary web links from the hospital school 

Search engine sites for kids

  • Ask Jeeves for kids is the fastest and easiest way to find answers to questions. Ask Jeeves for Kids allows you to ask a question in plain English and, after interacting with you to confirm the question, Ask Jeeves for Kids takes you to one and only one web site that answers your question.

  • Yahoo! Kids: this is a search site set up especially for young people. You can type in your question and it will direct you to the websites where you can find your answers.

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Good luck with your revision!


More information

The Hospital School's website also has lots of resources to help you with your learning.
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