Free ICT Resources from LGfL

An integral part of the London Grid for Learning (LGfL) education broadband service available to London Schools are the online teaching and learning resources that are provided free of charge.

These high quality online learning resources are available to all LGfL connected schools and teachers and pupils can access LGfL content anywhere online using their LGfL Unified Sign On (USO) username and password.

If you are a parent or carer of an Oakleigh student and would like to access this content at home for your child please contact the office on 020 8368 5336 for details or via our online form.

Busy Things Play and Learn

Busy Things Play & learn

Featuring new games and an all new interface, the upgraded suite of activities will that Busy Things will remain one of LGfL's most popular premium content offers, with 150 activities for early years children to explore!

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LGfL PB Bear

P.B. Bear

P.B. Bear features 5 online video stories and talking books, with different activities based on Foundation goals. The activities are also mapped to the KS1 curriculum. You can find a summary of the activities by selecting the Activity menu from the stories home page.

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Inclusive Resources

Inclusive Resources

Beautifully illustrated PowerPoints for Literacy, Maths, PSHE and Science, designed to support students with severe learning difficulties working at P Levels. These inclusive and engaging resources, suitable for pupils working at P Levels, have been created by artist and teacher Nick Wonham from The Bridge School in North London.

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Fairy Tales

Fairy Tales

Fairy Tales is a sophisticated, switch-compatible literacy tool for pupils on the P scales. SEND specialists at SEN Assist have taken six all-time favourite fairy tales and transformed them into literacy exercises that are likely to prove popular with pupils across the ability spectrum.

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Video Central HD

Video Central HD

VideoCentral HD offers an easy-to-use web-based solution which allows teachers in London to share video and audio files with students, colleagues and partner schools. Video and audio files are uploaded using a secure web interface then encoded automatically for fast, efficient web streaming.

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LGfL Image Gallery

LGfL Gallery

There is no such thing as 'copyright free' resources - so LGfL has sought to provide digital resources that can be used in an educational context without breaking the law. The LGfL Gallery hosts a range of high resolution images from The Royal Collection Trust and the Ben Uri Gallery.

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