Portesbery School

Portesbery School - a happy school where every one matters

Links for Pupils

   
HelpKidzLearn Website Fun, accessible games & activities designed specifically for young children & those with learning difficulties.

If you have not received your username and password please email Neil (see 'Contact Us' page).

   
Busy Things website Busy Things is a great online learning website which is suitable for SEN pupils.
Click here to view the Parent's User Guide.

If you have not received your username and password please email Neil (see 'Contact Us' page).
   
The Fungooms

Welcome to Fungoom Land! 

Here you will find funny characters, games, music and stories. Can you collect all the stars? 

   
Cbeebies website Everything on CBeebies is made with learning in mind. While your child is playing, they are learning and having fun at the same time.
   
Sensory World website The aim of Sensory World is to create an interactive place for learning that is fun, stimulating, relevant, appropriate and responsive.
   
Poisson Rouge website Learn the alphabet, play with colors, phonics, opposites, puzzles, dot to dots, make and listen to music, play games, tell time, do some colouring in, and play with many other activities! 
There also activities to improve mouse skills.
   
Priory Woods website Priory Woods is a special school in Middlesbrough. You can download a wide variety of switch or touchscreen programs and educational games.
   
BBC Key stage 1 website Fun activities to help children at KS1 learn more about Literacy, Maths and Science.
   
Switch game downloads By using a switch, many standard video games can be played by anyone, no matter the disability. "One Switch Gaming" is especially interested in games playable with a single switch, and in campaigning for accessibility features in all games.
   
SEN switcher website SEN Switcher is a suite of programs designed to help teach early ICT skills to people with profound and multiple learning difficulties, those who need to develop skills with assistive input devices and children new to computers.
SEN Switcher targets ICT skills through cause and effect, switch building, timed activation, targeting and row scanning.