Here is a list of recommended websites for you to have a look at:
http://creativecommons.org/ - audio, video and images shared for use under the creative commons licence
http://www.timrylands.com/ ICT to inspire – blog by Tim Rylands
http://www.awesomehighlighter.com/ Awesome Highlighter is a useful webtool which allows users to highlight sections of webpages. An excellent tool for focusing attention when viewing information on an interactive whiteboard.
http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/ Lots of free ideas and resources
http://www.wordle.net/ Generate word clouds
Tom Barrett - QR code in the classroom http://edte.ch/blog/category/qr/
QR Code Generator
http://qrcode.kaywa.com/ (You can use this online or download a version to your computer) - There are hundreds of QR code generators/readers online this was the first one I came to and has always worked well.
In order to use QR codes in the classroom (read Tom Barrett's post above) you will require a webcam, computer (or mobiles device) and a QR code reader/generator. Remember you can take the QR codes to the computer if you do not have a mobile device.
www.weebly.com Build your own website and blog using a super easy drag and drop method.
http://scratch.mit.edu/ Create your own interactive stories, games, music and art. This can be downloaded for free onto your school system and is brilliant for meeting ‘Control and monitoring’ learning objectives.
Photostory – take photos and record audio http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=11132
Audacity – recording software http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
http://www.ict-primary.blogspot.com/ Blog by Chris Unsworth Primary AST teacher for ICT based in Bristol.
http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/freeIndex.htm - games linked to letters and sounds
http://www.literactive.com/ Simple stories at a variety of levels and phonic games. You need to register but it is free to use after that
http://www.yoobot.co.uk/ You create a character and design what he/she eats and the character adapts based on what you feed them.(Modelling and Simulation)
http://ictacrossthecurriculum.wordpress.com/ Blog by an AST in Secondary ICT