Help with Homework
This list is made up of reliable sites to help with your homework.
The list is compiled by Cheshire East Council but it accepts no responsibility for the content of the external sites.
S = Subscription service brought to you free of charge by Cheshire Libraries.
- Access to Research S Available only in libraries. Over 1.5 million academic articles from over 8,400 journals and papers
- Britannica Library S Award-winning, trusted resource customised into three different levels - Junior, Student and Adult. Easy to use and great for helping with homework, study and research. Includes articles, maps and a wide range of multimedia
- British Newspaper Archive S Available only in libraries. Millions of pages from British and Irish newspapers, including 1000s from the Victorian period, WW1 and WW2. Visit the library to register for free. Only available to use via a library computer, although saved searches can be accessed on any device
- Fact Animal Extraordinary and fun animal facts
- Heritage Explorer Over 10,000 images for learning from Historic England
- Heritage Schools learning platform Resources for teachers and case studies. Free to register and use; enrolment key is NW15
- Heritage Schools on Vimeo How-to guides from Historic England
- Issues S Covers wide range of useful topics for projects on contemporary social issues
- JellyQuest Interesting facts and learning resources for children, with an emphasis on STEAM education
- Newsbank S Articles from local and national newspapers and business journals, covering the last 5-25 years. Includes hot topics and special reports
- Super Summary Study guides for a wide range of fiction and non-fiction titles
- Tutor Bot Free online maths games to practice mathematics skills, featuring over 100 different customisable games. A fun and new way to improve mathematics fluency, accuracy and speed
- World War One Archive S Available in libraries only 100 official Government documents relating to WW1 from TSO. PDFs can be downloaded and printed
See also the resources on our Arts, History, Places and Science pages.