Learning activities for all ages.
Learning materials and teacher lead classes for all ages.
Whilst children are at home due to COVID-19, here's an exhaustive list of free activities for ages 0 to 18 to keep them busy and entertained. The majority are from Nottingham's own cultural organisations and artists. There's everything from creating artworks to keeping fit with the Toilet Roll Challenge!
Primary school teaching resources Inspiring demo videos and lesson plans for subjects beyond the core curriculum.
Free learning games and activities for children aged 3-14
Lots of free resources for Primary age
Lots of learning resources, which are usually at a fee, but they are offering a month of free access to parents in the event of school closures. Use offer code: UKTWINKLEHELPS when setting up your account.
Resource packs for each year group to help your students learn from home.
Activities and quizzes
Educational online games
Live lessons in a variety of subjects for children in KS1, KS2 and KS3
Listening activities for the younger ones.
Learning resources for primary schools offering video, audio and downloads for Early Years, KS1 and KSw covering music, dance, history, collective worship, literacy and maths.
Resources for primary school children in a range of subjects. Log in with Username: sch353 Password: writing (available until 1st May 2020)
Interactive games and resources for parents. Free to use during school closure. Log on with Username: march20 password: home.
Resources for English language learning
All children at Walter Halls have access to this site and you should have log on details. Simply log on and get playing!
Lots of maths games that children can play.
Maths Chase is a completely free home online learning tool where children can play times tables games, along with many other mathematics skill-based games! The site features many simple learning games which children can play at home.
Free math and Science resourse offering hundreds of fun and helpful online calculators and conversion tools.
Lots of simple outdoor activities.
Free science lessons
A lot of these can be done in a garden, or if you can get to a remote forest location!
Fun activities that provide opportunities for families to learn together, while encouraging love for nature and the environment.
Free math and science resource offering hundreds of fun and helpful online calculators and conversion tools.
Good, free art activities
Easy arts and crafts for little ones
Creative art and craft activities for the very youngest.
Sheffield artist Pete McKee is running a cartoon beginner class via his YouTube channel every Wednesday at 12 noon. Catch up with previous classes and join in on Wednesdays using this link.y Wednesday on his YouTube channel starting today at 12pm.
Music Express is an online resource for teaching primary music that's easy to use and accessible to non-musicians as well as music specialists and it's free to use until 31st Autust!
Nottingham Music Hub visit school once a week to do practical music lessons with some of our KS2 children. They have provided some digital music lessons so children can continue to develop their musical skills, even while school is closed.
We've put the music and lyrics to many of the songs that we sing in Choir on the "Class pages" section of the website, or you can click this link to have a go. You don't need to be in the choir to enjoy a sing song!
10-minute ideas for keeping your kids active indoors.
Health, wellbeing and fun for the whole family through yoga, zumba, mindfulness and massage
Activities and quizzes for younger kids
Learn or continue to learn coding with Hour of Code. Suitable for all levels, but Children in KS2 may already have taken part in Coding Club, so might have a bit of background knowledge.
Tinkercad is a free, easy-to-use app for 3D design, electronics, and coding. It's used by teachers, kids, hobbyists, and designers to imagine, design, and make anything!
Sing, dance, jam, laugh, play and learn with Rainbow Stripes. This musical duo regularly visit our Nursery and Early Years settings, but your children don't have to miss out while they're not in school.
Simple, easy five minute games and activities for little kids aged 1-5 (but can be adapted for older children too)
Videos for these resourse packs can be found on the Muddy Feet Facebook page, An adult will need to access these videos.
Check list for supporting learning at home routine. You don't have to do everything, but it could structure to your day.
Useful resource for explaining coronavirus and the effect the outbreak is having on their normal routines to children.
|F1 Owls & Hedgehogs||Miss Hillfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|F2 Moles & Rabbits||Mrs Wright
|Year 1||Mrs Mussared-Johnson
|Year 2||Miss Walters
|Year 3||Mrs Terzza
|Year 4||Mr Burbidge
|Year 5||Mrs Smith
|Year 6||Miss Rodgers