Links

Site title Description
A vision of Britain (Ongar History) A look back at the history of Ongar in pictures

Beep Beep Day - Road Safety Advice Hold hands, Look and listen, Belt Up. Ideas to help keep your child safe

Department for Education - Evacuation Day Students from schools learn about wartime evacuation. This school trip was supported by English Heritage and volunteers from the local area.

Essex Safeguarding Childrens Board

Advice for parents and children about keeping safe. This has particularly good links for online safety for children.


Essex Schools Website If you are a parent or pupil this is where you will find valuable support and advice on a large variety of school-related issues.

Essex Winter Service Information on where to check if our school is impacted by adverse weather or events.

KS2 Bitesize English, Maths and Science Fun

Map the Move Shelley Primary School pupils participate in the Epping Forest Arts Map the Move Project.

Map the Move film Map The Move is a digital community project involving dance, music and film. This is a legacy from the Make A Move project and also a legacy of the 2012 London Olympic Games.

National Geographic for Kids So much to see on the National Geographic Kids website

Ofsted Report for Shelley Primary School This link will automatically take you to the latest Ofsted report for Shelley Primary School.

Oxford Owls Helpful advice, free eBooks and fun activities to help you support your child's reading and maths

Parent view This site gives parents the opportunity to share their views about Shelley School.

School Performance League Tables This site provides an opportunity to see how Shelley Primary School compares to other schools - search by entering the postcode or name of the school. Readers are reminded that the performance tables are just one indicator of how well a school is doing. Shelley School is a small school and the number of pupils in a year group is considerably smaller than National average, this impacts upon the percentages.

Scratch Lewis recommends this site. It gives you the chance to create animations - have fun

Thinkuknow This site helps parents and pupils to know how to use the internet safely