page is designed for parents who want to find websites
that will help with their child's education. This list
will be constantly updated, so visit regularly, and
bookmark those sites that particularly interest you. The
contents of the sites are self-explanatory from their
- Advisory Centre for Education
On this site, you will find news and information
specifically for parents, school governors and teachers.
ACE produce many useful leaflets and publications which
are available to buy
Story (For the busy parent)
Bedtime-Story has selected talented authors and
paired them with gifted illustrators, each of whose works
have been judged Whimsical, Magical, Adventurous,
Humorous, or simply wonderfully Imaginative. The result is
the stuff pleasant dreams are made of.
Education - Parents
Every family gets problems from time to time with those
small, but ghastly HEADLICE! This is the place to get
help. A must for all your infestations!
Online Home Education Pages
OTHERWISE is a UK-based membership organisation which
provides support and information for families whose
children are being educated outside school, and for those
who wish to uphold the freedom of families to take proper
responsibility for the education of their children.
ExpertCentral helps people with questions connect with
experts who have answers. For people with knowledge to
share, ExpertCentral provides a wonderful way to help
Kids (Home Learning Programme)
Kids is a complete Home Learning Programme available on
the Internet through the Freeserve
of Interest to Parents
that. Links on everything under the sun.
Advice for Parents
around the UK
A NGfL recommended site, providing links to a whole range
of museums with a good search facility. Visit this site
before planning a day out!
Around the World
The world version of Museums around the UK. Useful if
planning trips abroad.
- National Confederation of Parent Teacher Associations
- Information for Parents
Place (Houghton Mifflin)
Parents' Place at Education Place
provides resources for parents who want to help their
children excel in school. Check out the Home Activity
Center, Homework Help, Kids' Publishing Corner, the Play
Center, and the Home Schooling links.
and Children Online Together (Literacy Project)
find advice, background information, and activities to do
with your children, plus links to the best of the rest of
the web. With key sections on education, leisure and
health, Parents Online is very much a community site, with
the chance to join in discussions on key issues, share
your views and experiences, ask an expert and even sell
all those old toys through the Free Ads!
Guide to the Internet
for children Home Page. Useful information about keeping
safe on the NET.
- Parents Information Network
PIN is an independent organisation
established in 1994 to provide information and advice to
parents about the role of computers in their children's
education. PIN believes it is vital for parents to have an
understanding of how they can support their children in
this new and powerful area of learning.
LEA advice site.
you will find articles and features written by practising
teachers designed to help with the education of your