Oxford Owl is an award-winning website from Oxford University Press, created to support children’s learning both at home and at school.
Our Oxford Owl blog is for parents interested in how best to support their child’s learning at home. Over the coming months we’ll be building up content on what to expect as your child progresses through primary school, an insight into life at school, tips on how to support them at home, and recommended reading lists for every stage of development.
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On the main Oxford Owl for Home website, you’ll find lots of resources and activities including:
- A free eBook library for 3 – 11 year olds
- A guide to phonics, including how to make the sounds
- Videos and games to help make maths fun
- Information on today’s teaching methods and the National Curriculum
- Advice on supporting your child through KS1 and KS2 SATs
- Information about the Oxford Reading Tree, used in 80% of UK primary schools
Schools and teachers
Visit Oxford Owl for School for thousands of free teaching resources, including storytelling videos, eBooks and downloadable worksheets and teaching notes.