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Spring Activity Ideas

Here are lots of ideas and activities with a Spring theme which you can you can try at home. Please click here. 

Spring Activity Ideas for EYFS

For Spring activities aimed at EYFS children, please click here. 

JBA Trust resources

Here are some resources for learning about rivers, coasts, landscapes and climate change. They have been created by the JBA Trust and recommended to us by Mrs High. Thank you! Please click here. 

Power Down Pete On-Line

Power Down Pete, the energy superhero came to visit our Climate Change Group before school closed. Now there is nothing to prevent you from becoming eco-warriors at home, by using the resources on his web-site. Please click here

Explorify at Home

Explorify is a website for primary science teachers with fun, engaging ideas for teaching science. During school closure, Explorify is providing a weekly supply of activities for children to do at home. This website is highly recommended by Jack and Joe in Sycamore Class! Please click here. 

Adventures at Home 

Girlguiding has produced Activities of the Day and weekly Activity schedules which is packed with fun games and activities, wellbeing and resilience resources, blogs and advice. Please click here. 

Tate Kids

Be inspired and create on Tate Kids. Find lots of craft and art activities. Use art materials and art ideas to learn how to draw and be creative with step by steps and printable downloads and sheets. Please click here. 

Dan Snow's VE Day Challenge

The government have  teamed up with historian and presenter Dan Snow to find out how YOU would tell the story of VE Day today to mark this special 75th anniversary. The challenge is to think about how you would tell the story of VE Day today. For more information, please click here. 

Countryside  Classroom

Here you can find a wealth of free, downloadable resources to help with teaching and learning at home on the themes of food, farming and the natural environment. This link takes you to the Spring section of the website, which has lots of interesting seasonal activities, including a live web-cam link to a lambing shed! Please click here. 

The Wildlife Trusts website

This website has lots of great ideas for how to get involved with nature during school closure. Please click here. 

NEW French Games 

This website has lots of fun games to improve your French. Please click here. 

NEW Science and Technology activities

This website has lots of ideas based on animals and humans. Please click here. 

NEW Pencil and Paper Games

Here are eight fun, simple pencil and paper games. Please click here.

NEW Photography Competition

The Duchess and the National Portrait Gallery invite you to submit your own photographic portrait, taken during these extraordinary times, which responds to one of the following themes:

Helpers and Heroes
Your New Normal
Acts of Kindness

Please click here for further details. 

NEW Build a Well-being Box

Build a mood-boosting box full of positive messages and interesting ideas. Please click here. 

NEW Origami Projects

Create a range of different creatures and other things following the instructions on this website. Please click here.  

NEW Writing Competition

'Generation Lockdown' is a writing competition for writers aged between 7 and 17 to share stories of life in lockdown. The winning entries will be published in a book. Please click here for details. 

 

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