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'Going For Green'

Curriculum Support

These pages have been designed to help you support your child/children at home.  If you encounter any problems or have any further suggestions please let us know.


Curriculum (2014) Leaflets - end of year expectations - click on the year group below to open the leaflets


Year 1        Year 2        Year 3        Year 4        Year 5        Year 6 



Please take a look at our guide to English at Mill Hill here - click here (currently under review)






ABC Mysteriez Hidden Letters



All the letters of the alphabet are hidden away within super detailed images. There is a sense of competition with a timer ticking away as they seek all the letters.  It is great for visual discrimination, developing their eye for detail. We have linked to the free versions on both the App Store and Google Play, but additional levels can be purchased.

This provides a great interactive opportunity for children to work on their phonics skills through play.  Each grid provides a range of questions aimed at developing and testing children’s word skills, knowledge of letter sounds, blends and rhymes. Our children enjoy the variety and the opportunity it offers. It is best used by two children with an adult available to support some of the reading if needed.



Phonics Lilies

Price: Free

This is a simple, progressive phonics app with a friendly bee guiding you through the activities.  It has a British accent which is a real bonus! The app is free and well worth having for Foundation stage.  Children can develop their knowledge of individual letter sounds and then blends and vowel digraphs.  If you want your children to use the reward feature of planting their seeds in a virtual garden you’ll need to buy the full version.


 Pirate Treasure Hunt

Price: Free

This is a an app providing a variety of problem solving opportunities for the children. As you help Pirate Jack to find the hidden treasure you take part in mathematical and literacy based tasks: shapes, spelling, addition sums, sequencing, and time problems, etc.  It is great for the variety it offers and encouraging the children to adapt from one type of skill to another.



Price: Free

A classic wordfinder app.  As you make words from adjoining letters they ‘pop’ and new letters fall into the spaces.  There are a variety of options and you can build up from practising to timed challenges.  This is a popular game based loosely on the old ‘Boggle’ game. It’s one of many similar games available in the App Store.  We tried a few and liked this one the best!


Word Bingo

Price: £0.69

This is from the same company as Maths Bingo.  It follows the same format as the number version.  Children locate the correct words, tap on them and try to get a complete row.  With success comes rewards – they can collect bugs and play a target game, flinging the bugs around the screen.  It doesn’t teach as such, it is mainly useful to practise reading words.  Our children really enjoy it.  It has the added advantage of being able to enter multiple players on one app.  Strangely, many maths apps don’t have this feature which limits their use in the classroom!




Mill Hill's Calculation Progression Guide - click here (currently under review)


Oxford Owl - fun maths at home


Topmarks Early Years

Topmarks KS1

Topmarks KS2 

Time table Rock Stars

Interactive maths games and activities - click here

Maths activités by objective by year group - click here 

Mathszone - click here

Times Tables

Maths Apps - click here

Should you require a paper copy of any documents on this website please contact the school office, who will be happy to provide them free of charge.