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SCHOOL: Wingfield Road, Coleshill, Birmingham B46 3LL

HEAD OFFICE: BDMAT, 1 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2BJ

01675 463672 - Ms Holliday

Coleshill C of E Primary School

Inspiring our children to flourish and enjoy 'Life in all its fullness' (John 10:10)

Useful links

You can find a wide variety of resources to help with numeracy and literacy skills on the internet. Here are just a few of the most popular. Please let us know if there are any others you would recommend!


Year 5 and 6 can follow this link and use their login details to access the site.

Maths is fun

This website includes a useful maths dictionary.

online library


Go to this website to view our school library catalogue online, write reviews and search for books
and other resources.

BBC Bitesize

Letters and sounds logo

The Magic Key

Oxford Reading Tree

Oxford owl

Primary Games

High Frequency Words logo

Fun English Games for Kids - Free Teaching Resources Online








School resources

A range of documents to help you help your child.


Maths Passport
Supporting your child's mental recall skills at home.

Maths methods
This document shows how maths is taught in school. Please note, different children use different methods and the advanced methods will not be used by all children. Please ask your class teacher if you have any questions.

A parents' guide to times tables
How to help your child learn multiplication facts.

Understanding progress in maths
A useful guide that shows what is expected at each level and activities you can do at home.

Click and print worksheets and activities:

Clock faces worksheet

Multiplication squares

Times tables flash cards

Coins worksheet

Mixed multiplication bingo cards

Times tables worksheet

Squared paper



Literacy support leaflet
A guide to support parents and carers when helping children with their reading and writing.

High frequency words
See what words your child should be able to read and spell in different years.

Ways to help me learn

Learning Power Skills

Getting involved in your child's learning

SATS examples

SATS are the compulsory national tests that primary school pupils are required to take at the end of Key Stage 1 (year 2) and the end of Key Stage 2 (year 6). To get an idea of what the tests are like, please click on the links below to see past papers.

KS1 English 2004

Making Soup - spelling sheet

Friends - reading booklet 1, including questions

Traditions from Africa - reading booklet 2

The Spider Weaver - reading booklet 3

Africa - questions for reading booklets 2 and 3

Teacher's Guide

KS1 Maths 2004

Maths level 2 booklet

Maths level 3 booklet

Teacher's Guide

KS2 links to follow...