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  • Money sense Royal Bank of Scotland

    Money sense Royal Bank of Scotland

    MoneySense – a free financial education programme for 5-18s With fun activities, games and resources that help teach children about money at home, as well as in schools.

  • Leicester-Shire Schools Music Service – Lockdown Learning

    Leicester-Shire Schools Music Service – Lockdown Learning

    Abanazar wants to see and hear your bars of body percussion music! – Leicester-Shire School Music Hub has created a series of Music lessons you can do at home.

  • Quest Friends

    Quest Friends

    Children can continue to develop their STEM skills with Lillicorn and friends through a series of fun and educational resources. Each STEM quest sheet helps children to further develop core STEM skills such as problem solving, spatial perception, trial and error, mental rotation, etc.

  • Startrite

    Startrite

    With UK schools closed due to the COVID-19 virus, we wanted to help bring some positivity and fun into your home. Even while social distancing or self-isolating, your kids can keep on learning through play, using active games to keep them moving and learning at home. We’ve teamed up with Active for Life to share some fun and educational ideas so when the schools reopen, your kids will return to classrooms with happy memories and sharp minds!

  • Yolanda Brown – Band Jam

    Yolanda Brown – Band Jam

    With the aim of encouraging children to discover the joys of music through dancing, singing and playing, YolanDa’s Band Jam will expand children’s knowledge about music and instruments, attune children’s understanding of different musical sounds and styles, and inspire them to discover the wonders of music making. In this coming season, the 5-7 year old studio audience will get an exclusive look into all aspects of music, ranging from radio presenting to song writing.

  • The Self Isolation Choir

    The Self Isolation Choir

    Young Self-Isolation Choir is for the most important people in the world. Not grown-ups, like us. And not teenagers. And not young adults. This Choir is for children of any age, though we expect you might be between 3 and 10 years old… Probably. Young Self-Isolation Choir is free and here for young people to have fun learning some wonderful music and songs online during these difficult days to come.

  • Usborne Books

    Usborne Books

    Listen to a Story! Check back for a new story every week!

  • Joanna Garcia – Learn the piano

    Joanna Garcia – Learn the piano

    Daily Piano activity from Piano teacher Joanna Garcia

  • Isolation History Lessons

    Isolation History Lessons

    Just some of the questions we’ll hopefully answer in this short introduction to The Second World War. Suitable for all ages from 7 up! We are offering a series of history lessons aimed at primary school children, but suitable and interesting for all, which help to make history as a topic for home schooling. (Films can be found below, or on our Facebook or YouTube Pages) All lessons are free.

  • Garden Bird Watch

    Garden Bird Watch

    RSPB had its Big Garden Birdwatch – Catch up on all the live videos that were streamed and some presented videos too. All to build your understanding of the birds in your garden.