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Extra Things to Do

This page contains links to other websites and organisations with resources whilst we are in this current closure. If you are a bit bored on a gloomy weekend afternoon you might enjoy some of these or get a few ideas for things to do.


PE with Joe

Joe Wicks is delivering his live 'PE with Joe' sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9am. They save to his YouTube channel so you can watch them at any time. There are lots of other fun workouts too - 5 minute long 'Five Alive' and 7 minute ones too.

Here is the link to his YouTube channel:

National Marine Aquarium Live Lessons

The National Marine Aquarium is doing live lessons from the aquarium every Friday afternoon. These cover different themes each week and you will learn lots about animals, conservation, ecology and the sea. They save to YouTube and can be watched any time. Find out more at:

Here is lesson 1 as an example - it's all about underwater volcanoes!

Blue Peter Website and YouTube Channel

If you like Blue Peter you will love their YouTube channel too. Their website contains all the links you need to have fun, dance and find out about things to do.

BBC Ten Pieces Musical Menu

We use the Ten Pieces website quite a lot in school - children will remember the videos that explain where pieces of music come from. This website has some amazing resources - some exciting videos to watch as well as activities to do afterwards. The 'listen' video to the philharmonic orchestra is very impressive with musicians playing from home but fitted together - I recommend you watch!


Here is the link to the website:

Dan the Skipping Man

Dan produces videos to encourage skipping. To get some ideas for the amazing different ways there are to skip and tricks you can do, watch his introduction videos at:

BBC Teach - Support for any Subject During Remote Learning

The BBC teach website is a huge resource grouped by school subjects. Perfect to find something else out. For example if you wanted to find out a bit more about The Romans, or how to do column subtraction or how to use watercolours. The resources are extremely high quality with lots of engaging animations and videos, all linked to the national curriculum.