Inkberrow Primary School

Love to Learn, Learn to Care

We make the children feel valued and unafraid to 'have a go'The teachers make lessons fun.Inky's Good Learner values help us to be the best that we can be.It's good to know your child is in safe hands.I love coming to school because the people are really smiley.The parents and children love the traditional events.We are proud of our school and it's achievements.The team of staff work enthusiastically to create a wide and varied curriculum.The school has a wide range of after school clubs.We feel proud of work.

Children's Zone


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A page full of interesting and fun links to other web sites recommended by Inkberrow Primary School. 

When you click on the blue words your browser will send you to that website.

Have fun!

  • Education City - A great site with fun activities in literacy, maths and science.

To log onto this site you will need your username and password provided by the school.

Please see your class teacher if there is a problem with your username or password.


  • Sumdog – A mathematical site to test your basic skills.
  • Oxford reading Owl - Brilliant online books and activities.
  • BBC CBeebies - Fun, games, stories, activities and more from the BBC.
  • BBC Famous People - Learn about Henry VIII, Florence Nightingale, Samuel Pepys and the Great Fire of London and many more.
  • BBC Schools - A variety of games, activities and information for all curriculum areas.
  • BBC Schools Primary Subjects - Resources for the primary curriculum.
  • ICT Games - A good website with lots of ideas particularly useful for numeracy games.
  • Primary Games - Educational games for the primary classroom.
  • Top Marks - Lots of games and activities to support literacy and numeracy.

A new exciting way to check your times tables. Click on Maths Chase for the link.