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Student links



Kidspace is a website where students are able to access school blogs, search the web, check their email and to access some fun websites. The website is provided by NSW Department of Education and Training.

Student must login to the student portal to access the website.



ABC Learning Eggs

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ABC Reading Eggs is a website that helps students learns to read. It supports student learning by offering individual, one-on-one lessons that allow student to progress at their own rate.  It's developed by a highly experienced team of educational teachers, writers and developers. The program supports what students learn at school and help improves student's results at school.

Student must login to to access the website.




Mathletics is a website that helps students to learn and enjoy maths. It offers step-by-step animated support guides for students. Mathletics responds to student strengths and weaknesses to improve and achieve excellent results in maths. At the present time only students from year 4-5W and year 5-6E able to access the website.

Student must login to to access the website.


Aboriginal Education Blog

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The Glebe Public School Aboriginal Education blog has been created to inform staff, students and the families of Glebe Public School about the Aboriginal programs currently in place here at the school. Staff, students and families can go to to see the blog.



Cybersafety help button download page


he Australian Government's cybersafety help button provides internet users, particularly children and young people, with easy online access to cybersafety information and assistance available in Australia.

The help button is a free application that is easily downloaded onto personal, school and library computers. It provides help and advice on a range of online risks including cyberbullying, unwanted contact, scams and fraud, and offensive or inappropriate material.

Staff, students and families can go to to download the button.



Racism, No Way

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Anti-racism education for Australian schools

The Racism. No way! project aims to assist Australian school communities and education systems to recognise and address racism in the learning environment. The project is managed by the NSW Department of Education and Communities on behalf of government and non-government education systems across Australia.

Staff, students and families can go to to access the website.



Mobile Homework Help

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Parents can now access quality information to help with their child's homework and assignments while on the go.

The school A to Z mobile app, free for iPhone, iPad and Android devices, is part of a new online parent resource developed by the education department.

The app features:

  • plain-English definitions of maths, English and technology terms, including videos and help sheets
  • information and useful links to help with common classroom assignments
  • Maths Monkey times tables learning game
  • Spelling Bee learning game

The Spelling Bee game is based on Australian spelling and features words voiced with Australian accents. You can also create and practise your own spelling lists.

Download the School A to Z app or visit the School A to Z website