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Offering free premium membership whilst schools are closed. A variety of activities, worksheets and recommended daily timetable to follow easily. An all-round resource to support learning at home.

Scouts – The Great Indoors

Keeping children busy with a range of activities to be explored indoors. Helping children to learn new skills and keep boredom at bay.

Jamie Oliver – Get Kids Cooking

A variety of recipes and ideas to get children excited about cooking.  




Every day at 11am, you can listen one of David Walliams’ World’s Worst Children stories, so sit down, take a break, and enjoy 20ish minutes of pure fun!

Lit Film Fest

Daily Classroom style videos, book reviews and meditation practise. Helping children to explore different writing styles through interactive videos.

Nosy Crow

An independent children’s publisher. Videos, resources and daily ideas how to support children with their reading. Daily posts on Instagram and Twitter.



Maths with Carol Vorderman

We will be making The Maths Factor FREE for everyone (usually about £2 per week) to support childrens’ continued learning at home for the duration of the UK Schools closure period. We want to help you and your child as much as we can.

Maths problem of the day

White Rose Maths offers a ‘problem of the day’ Maths challenge. Solutions can be sent in to @WhiteRoseMaths #mathseveryonecan and #mathseveryonecanathome

Corbett Maths

A website which offers free videos, activities and worksheets. 5 a day problems to solve as well as conundrums and practise papers.



PE with Joe Wicks

Daily PE sessions led by Joe Wicks to help keep your children active.

Dance with Oti Mabuse

Children’s daily dance class with Oti Mabuse and Marius Lapure at 11.30am.



The Dad Lab

A weekly You Tube video showing simple science experiments that can be conducted at home with children of all ages.

Crest Awards

Free packs filled with different activities. Each activity has helpful hints, guidance on each topic and how to generate conversation around each activity.

Whizz Pop Bang

Free activities available to download showing children how to do simple science experiments from home.



Music with Myleene Klass

Daily music lessons led by Myleene Klass helping to teach your children the basics in music.

Gareth Malone’s online choir

Sing a version of song and send it to Gareth Malone. He will compile all the songs to create an online choir.

Make your own music

Get started making music this website - it's a great way to learn the basics of music making. There are various chapters to work through at your own pace.  



Tynker – Coding for children

Tynker is offering Premium membership for free during school closures. Their website teaches children how to code and explore computer programming.



Steve Backshall

Geography with Steve Backshall every Wednesday at 9.30am, Q&A style video.

The National Trust – How to guides

A variety of ‘how to guides’ to support children learning new skills (how to read a compass, how to make Easter eggs, how to climb  tree).

National Geographic for kids

Various activities, resources and games to keep children busy. Resources are organised into various subjects. Free to sign up and access.



Duo Lingo – language education

This is a free app to help support the learning of languages. Can be used by children and adults.



Art for Kids Hub

A fun You tube channel showing children how to draw in a fun and interactive way. Daily videos posted Mon-Fri.


Steve Harpster shows children how to draw and create their own cartoons.