Wellbeing Activities

‘Wellbeing activities: being kind to yourself’ is the title of a webpage of useful resources being shared by the Red Cross. Explore loneliness and anxiety through wellbeing activities that help children and young people be kind to themselves. “We know from...

African Animal Videos

African animal videos are plentiful on the web. If children are studying Africa at home, there are lots of very good quality, informative and short videos that they could watch on YouTube if they have access to a mobile device or Smart TV. National Geographic Kids...

Support for Schools

A Support for Schools Message from Teachit Primary: “In these uncertain times, we’re here to offer you support. Over the past few weeks, we have selected and grouped together a collection of relevant and engaging resources that children can work on independently...

Science of Everyday Objects

Science of Everyday Objects is a free book written by Douglas and Pakaket Alford and is freely available for teachers to copy for classroom use. I think it is also a very useful resource to share with families where children are still learning at home. It is not based...

Parent and Afterschool Resources

Read Write Think have released some really useful Parent and Afterschool Resources. They also have many classroom resources, as well as a professional development section and videos. The resources are divided into age bands from kindergarten to year 12, in two year...