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  • Reading Rocks at Home

    Reading Rocks at Home

    Book based learning led by Reading Rocks. This lesson uses the non-fiction book The World of the Whale by Smriti Prassadam-Halls, illustrated by Jonathon Woodward, to introduce children to maths topics including; ordering lengths, scale and conversions.

  • Cirque du Soleil at home

    Cirque du Soleil at home

    We have something special for our fans! Since you cannot come to us, we’re coming to you with a #CirqueConnect hour-long special. Enjoy a front-row seat to awe-inspiring moments of the larger-than-life shows of KURIOS – Cabinet

  • The Guardian – Become a junior news reporter at home

    The Guardian – Become a junior news reporter at home

    We would like to invite keen primary school pupils to become reporters. We normally have classes visit us at our London office but as that is not possible right now due to the coronavirus we thought we’d share some fun activities with you all.

  • Google Arts & Culture

    Google Arts & Culture

    Explore museums and play with Art Transfer, Pocket Galleries, Art Selfie, and more

  • Draw with Rob

    Draw with Rob

    When the coronavirus pandemic quarantine period began in Spring/Summer 2020, I realised that lots of people were going to find themselves at home with their children for several weeks/months looking for things to do. So I decided to post a draw-along video every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am BST that parents could watch with their kids and, hopefully, make some nice pictures. Feel free to watch and share them with anybody and everybody.

  • Culture in Quarantine

    Culture in Quarantine

    Bringing arts and culture into your home

  • RSPCA – Free Resources

    RSPCA – Free Resources

    During these strange times the RSPCA prevention and education team is aiming to provide teachers, parents and carers with engaging activities that will get young people thinking and debating animal issues.

    Learning new things is always fun and it is good to take the focus off ourselves and explore topics that could really change things for the better for both animals and the planet.

    There is a lot more to think about than you would imagine – dip into some of these suggested activities and resources, you’ll be surprised what little changes we could make to improve the lives of animals.

  • Nat Geo Kids

    Nat Geo Kids

    We may be stuck indoors, but that doesn’t mean we can’t bring the spirit of outdoors, in! Join National Geographic Kids and Persil as we get messy, explore and appreciate nature, all from the safety of home. #HomeIsGood.

  • Gareth Malone’s Great British Home Chorus

    Gareth Malone’s Great British Home Chorus

    Join Gareth Malone and various guest choirs to sing along with.

  • My Home My Museum

    My Home My Museum

    So our museums and galleries are closed, and while we’re really sad about it, we want to turn this negative into a positive and hand the reins over to you!