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  • LTA Youth Home Tennis Training

    LTA Youth Home Tennis Training

    LTA Youth isn’t just about tennis; it’s about kids developing mentally and physically on and importantly, off the court.
    Tennis at Home Exercises – short videos containing tennis exercises.
    Activity Cards – fun, simple activities including colouring, word searches and quizzes.
    Personal Development Challenges – to explore and develop qualities such as resilience, perseverance, passion and respect.
    Learning Activities – tennis-themed school lesson activities including numeracy, literacy, geography and science.

  • Bowland Maths

    Bowland Maths

    Bowland Maths aims to make maths engaging and relevant to pupils aged 11-14, with a focus on developing thinking, reasoning and problem-solving skills. In these materials, the maths emerges naturally as pupils tackle problems set in a rich mixture of real-life and fantasy situations.

  • Little Angel Theatre

    Little Angel Theatre

    Our theatre is currently closed for public performances, but our staff are super creative people and they will be using their time to generate a whole host of stay-at-home activity guides to help keep you and your little ones entertained. All of the guides will use simple materials (most of which can be found around the home) and are aimed at children from 3 to 11.

  • Youth Sport Trust

    Youth Sport Trust

    We’ve made these free resources available to support you during this difficult time – we hope you find them helpful. Please adapt them to suit your home environment and the needs of your young people, considering the wider skills each activity is aimed to develop. General physical activity can also provide valuable, fun breaks in the day and support wider learning.

  • Everything’s a moving picture

    Everything’s a moving picture

    A series of three video workshops created by leading Scottish theatre audio visual designer Lewis den Hertog which look at how to approach using video to help tell stories.

    The videos will explore ways you can do this with “stock” and archive footage (footage that already exists), interesting ways for young people to make footage at home and how you can be creative with text and subtitles to make shows more interesting for people who are d/Deaf or hard of hearing.

  • Town Close – Online Learning Resources

    Town Close – Online Learning Resources

    The move to online learning at Town Close resulted in the creation of an extensive pool of resources, that, at the time, supplemented the teachers’ online contact time with the children and offered challenges, ideas and experiments for the children to try at home.

  • Classroom Secrets

    Classroom Secrets

    Our free home learning resources have been created and uploaded by our team each week since lockdown in England began. We want you to have all the help you can get during of these uncertain times due to the outbreak of Coronavirus, therefore, we are creating weekly free home learning packs to support you.

  • Seneca Exam Revision

    Seneca Exam Revision

    Free revision for your A Level, GCSE & KS3 Courses.

  • Madame Kalamazoo’s Magical Mail

    Madame Kalamazoo’s Magical Mail

    The National Theatre has launched an online story service that will create customised interactive adventures for children around the UK. Madame Kalamazoo’s Magical Mail is designed as an escapist treat for primary school pupils whose summer holidays will this year unfold amid the disruption and uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

  • LoveReading4Kids

    LoveReading4Kids

    LoveReading4Kids is the biggest and best recommendation site for children’s books. Our passion for children’s books ranges from toddlers to teens and ensures that whatever the age, whatever the interest, that you have a steady stream of brilliant book recommendations for your child.