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It is more difficult for children to search, because they don't know how to qualitatively analyze all the information base that they receive, and therefore it is important to also use https://specialessays.com and other listed resources. SpecialEssays.com will thus be a catalyst for false information.

See the Student Voice Page.

Information from the DASP Schools Student Voice groups

Useful Links

The internet is a fantastic source of information and entertainment - here are some links for you to try. However, you should also be aware of some of the issues that arise when you are on-lne. Please have a look at the E-Safety page.


Ask Jeeves Kids
BBC Learning
Kids Click

Ask Jeeves Kids is a Search engine for young people. Type in a word or a phrase to search the net.


BBC Learning is part of the BBC website and includes lots of useful links.


Another American search engine, nevertheless worth using.


4 Learning
Living Library
Google Kids

4 Learning is the education area of the Channel 4 website

Living Library is the RM Information Source. Your school will need to be subscribed to use it.


Google for Kids and Teens.







BBC Schools
Education World
Learning Alive

BBC Schools is the part of the BBC website that links with Schools programmes.


Education World is an American site, but has some interesting material for UK education.


Learning Alive is the RM service for schools.


Homework Helper
School net

Homework Helper is a useful site with information, a search engine and dictionary, encyclopedia and thesaurus.


School Net is a site where you can search by Key Stage and subject.


Learn.co.uk is the Guardian Education service. Mostly suitable for older pupils.