Additional Websites for Online learning
Oak National Academy has online lessons, quizzes and more. All created by teachers and in a sequenced curriculum.
Twig and TigTag Education – Free resources for students aged 4-16.
Khan Academy – Free resources for children aged 2-18.
BBC Bitesize – Lots of free resources here with videos and quizzes, too.
Classroom Secrets – A range of free resources for primary school-aged children.
TTS – A choice of free workbooks for primary-aged children.
Robin Hood MAT – Learning projects for EYFS and primary school pupils.
TalkingTales - free online rhymes, songs, stories & related storytelling activities by expert storyteller Kevin Graal.
Emile – All resources made free during school closures.
Pobble 365 – One free resource every day of the year.
British Library - Children's books from the British Library
Phonics Play – Phonics Play have made made their resources free again for the duration of the school closures.
The Reading Realm has lots of free resources for teachers to use with their primary classes.
PebbleGo – You can find free packs for KS2 and 3 students on this resource website.
Primary school children might enjoy these free resources and videos from Carly Hart. They have been designed to encourage a love of reading and created by the author herself.
Bedrock Learning, an online vocabulary building site, has made all of its resources free.
Learning Through Landscapes have resources to help parents connect their children to nature through home learning.
Primary school aged children can have a free subscription to China Box.
Fording Bridge have worked with zoos to create resources for home learning.
Oak National has launched a free online library with the National Literacy Trust.
Duolingo – A free app for your phone for students to work on their language skills, or try a new language.
Museums, art galleries, theatres and places of interest
Museum of London Docklands has a free virtual tour.
The Yale Centre for British Art has made courses free for students during lockdown.
The British Museum has made its online collections free to the public.
The Natural History Museum has free virtual tours.
The Tate Gallery has a 360-degree virtual tour online.
View the latest exhibitions at The National Gallery virtual tours.
Anne Frank House Museum has created virtual tours for free.
The Vatican has opened up its digital tours so the Sistine Chapel can be viewed.
NASA Kids is perfect for space fans. Learn all about the universe we live in by viewing these online videos.
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