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The Downs C E Primary School
Owen Square, Walmer, CT14 7TL, UK Deal
+44 (0)1304 372486

The Downs
About Our School

If you're interested in finding out more about our school, then this is the place to be!

This page contains links to information about our school, copies of our latest newsletter and diary dates, and much more!

About the School


This section of our school site contains a variety of useful resources for teachers.

There is a list of links to useful sites for teachers.

We also have some free resources for teaching French to primary children. Many of these resources have now also been translated into German. If you find these resources useful, or if you have any of your own, please feel free to get in touch by email to

French Resources

Websites for Teachers

These websites are useful resources for teachers. Why not try them out?

  • Primary Resources - An enormous collection of resources which teachers can use in their classrooms.
  • Teaching Ideas - Find ideas and activities to use with your classes on this site. Created by one of our teachers!
  • TES Staffroom - A place for teachers to chat and share ideas.
  • TES Resource Centre - A huge collection of free resources, created by teachers for other teachers.
  • SEN Teacher - This site has an amazing set of printables to use, and a comprehensive set of links to other useful sites.
  • Teachernet - Get the latest news at Teachernet.
  • Sparklebox - A wonderful selection of resources, most of which are KS1 based.
  • Primary Teacher UK - This blog site has news, information and reviews linked to education in the UK. Well worth a read.

Our Free Resources

How to download and use the files...

Smart Notebook Files

To download these files to your computer, right-click on the image and choose "Save Target As...". All of these resources are for use with an interactive whiteboard, and most of them are in Smart Notebook format (this can be downloaded for free from

Who Wants to be a Millionaire (WWTBAM) Question Sets

To download these files to your computer, right-click on the image and choose "Save Target As...". Then save them into the Millionaire program folder on your computer. These resources are questions sets which can be used with the free "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" software, which can be downloaded from


Help your child with Literacy
Help your child with Numeracy
  • Big Brainz - download an exciting (free!) game which teaches children their times tables.
  • BBC Numeracy - A wide range of activities, games and resources to develop your child's Numeracy skills.
  • Percy Parker - an excellent CD which children can use to learn their tables.
  • Schoolhouse Tech - use this software to make your own Numeracy challenges!
  • Revisewise for Parents - Find out about the National Curriculum, tests, and how you can support them.
Help your child with Science
Help your child with ICT
  • Superclubs Plus - all of our KS2 children have an account with Superclubs Plus. They can use it to communicate safely online with other children from around the UK.
  • Dance Mat Typing - practise your typing with this enjoyable site.
  • Senselang Typing - a simple, but very effective, way of improving your typing skills.
  • Gridclub Cybercafe - learn how to stay safe when using different forms of technology.
  • Welcome to the Web - if you're new to the Internet, this handy guide will teach you all you need to know.
  • Yahooligans - a child-friendly search site.
  • Ask for Kids - The children's version of Ask. Very useful.
  • Picsearch - use this site to search for pictures. It's much safer than Google Images.
  • Freefoto - a great site to find photos to use in your school projects.
Help your child with History
  • Snaith Primary School - This school website has a huge range of information about different periods in time. Well worth a look!
  • BBC History - Use the resources on this site to find out all about History!
Help your child with Geography
  • Google Earth - an incredible resource which can be downloaded for free. Which famous places around the world will you visit?
  • Google Maps - try comparing the satellite view with the map view. Can you see your house?
  • Street Map - can you find your house and your school, and then follow your route between them?
  • BBC Geography - A huge range of activities and games to develop your knowledge of the world.
  • Walmer Web - find out more about our local area at this useful site.
Help your child with French
  • BBC Primary French - Use the activities and resources on this site to develop your language skills.
Help your child with P.E.
Physical Education
  • Vista Leisure - Why not spend some time at Dover Leisure Centre or Tides? Find out more here.
Help your child with Art
  • The Mondrian Machine - find out about the artist Mondrian, and try to make some art in a similar style.
Help your child with Music
  • BBC Music - A selection of activities to develop your child's musical skills.
  • Making Tracks - Use these interactive tools to create your own musical compositions. It's great fun!
Help your child with Early Years skills
Early Years Skills
Other sites for parents
Other sites for parents
  • BBC Parenting - The BBC has a thorough guide to parenting, with lots of useful information.
  • Help Your Child Discover - A series of leaflets to support you in helping your child with their school work.
  • SEN Teacher - Look in the printables section for a wide range of certificates, handwriting practice sheets, number cards and more. Great for use at home, as well as school.
  • Parents' Centre - This site is here to 'help you to help your child'. Lots of useful advice here.
  • Kent Education and Learning - The education section of Kent County Council's website.
  • Ofsted - Find out about the standard of schools and nurseries in your local area.

Internet Safety and Bullying Sites:

  • Gridclub Cybercafe - learn how to stay safe when using different forms of technology.
  • Think U Know - aimed at secondary children and older, this site is produced by CEOP (the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre).
  • Know IT All - lots of useful advice for keeping yourselves and your children safe on the Internet.
  • Bullying UK - Information and advice about bullying for children, parents and schools.
  • Kidscape - An organisation which helps to prevent bullying and child abuse.
  • Childline - ChildLine is the free helpline for children and young people in the UK.

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