School closure activities

STEM activities

Why not have a go at these great activities to get you thinking.

World ocean day

Monday 8th of June is world ocean day. Below is a fact sheet which teaches you lots of different facts about our oceans. There's also a link to an entire day of ocean themed activities, songs, and videos.

BBC Bitesize

The BBC are doing daily lessons covering a variety of subjects starting Monday 20th April. There are a great variety of activities her for all subjects and well worth a look.


In school we follow a scheme called Charanga which has been developed by the music team in Birmingham.

Every child now has their own login to access the musical activities and songs on this website. You can get your logins from school.

The website is

Gratitude Jar

Why not have a go at this and think about all of the things that we are grateful for in these difficult times.


The DfE has also published online educational resources for schools and parents to help children to learn at home available at

Keep a diary.

This thing (COVID-19) that we are all part of, it is living history. It will be talked about for generations to come. Schools are closed, sports are cancelled, people are quarantined on a global level. So, we would like you to keep a journal/diary of this living history event (think Samuel Pepys, without the smelly cheese!) in your diary, record day to day events – photos, drawings, writing, newspaper clippings, activities. Interview people: parents, grandparents (over the phone!) email teachers. You will have created a primary source of your own history to share with generations to come.

KSSP - Keep fit and healthy

Kingsbury School Sports partnership have put together a range of activities to keep you fit and healthy. Have a look at the documents and see how many of the activities you can have a go at. have fun.

60 minutes of activity

Keeping fit and healthy

Download Document

Summer Reading Challenge

The Summer Reading Challenge which usually takes place in Libraries over the summer holidays which involves children reading 6 books over the summer will be slightly different this year. With the current Covid-19 situation the Reading Agency has created a new online platform for children to get involved enabling them to keep track of books read, enjoy activities, play games, enter competitions and unlock rewards along the way. 

 The theme of this year’s challenge is SILLY SQUAD and the characters are designed by popular children's illustrator Laura Ellen Anderson and is all about having a laugh, funny books and happiness - all things we all could use in these stressful times.
Children can sign up now to the summer reading challenge platform - sign up here with parent/carer details.

 How do I sign up to the Summer Reading Challenge website?

  1. To sign up to the Summer Reading Challenge website you will need a Reading Agency Passport account. Click here to get started!
  2. Enter your date of birth and click Continue.
  3. To keep you safe, we need permission from your parent or carer to set up your account. Fill in their email address and the rest of your details, then click Submit.
  4.  Your parent/carer will receive an email from us asking them to approve your account. To do this, they will need their own Passport account too, so we can link your account to theirs for security. If your parent/carer doesn’t have an account already, they can follow the instructions in the confirmation email
  5. Once your parent/carer is signed in to their Passport account, they can give us their permission to set up your Summer Reading Challenge account. To do this they must be signed in to their own account, then they should follow the approval link in the email we sent them. Your account will be linked to theirs under the ‘Children’ tab on their profile. Then you’re ready to go!
  6. Log in to the Summer Reading Challenge website to record the books you’ve read, enter our competitions, chat with other book-lovers and much more!
Art for kids hub

This is a great website for art. The artist gives you simple step by step instructions to create great pictures..

Click here to go to his website.

Kindness activities

The British Red Cross have published some materials to find out how children and young people can practice kindness every day during the coronavirus emergency. There is a kindness calendar to print out and lots of pictures to colour in.

Click on the links below to get the activities:

Kindness calendar

My Kindness Acts

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Picture 3

Picture 4

Picture 5

Picture 6

Harold the giraffe

Harold from the Life Education Caravan is posting a daily blog: Harold’s Daily Diary!  Here’s the link to it:

There's activities to join in with too.

Window Walk… Eye Spy…

If you’ve already put a rainbow in your window to remind us all that there is a rainbow of hope after every storm, you could play Eye Spy a picture too…

Draw, paint or create a picture each week to put in your window… so IF you go out walking for your exercise you can Eye Spy a picture…

Week 1    23rd March – a rainbow

Week 2    30th March – a flower

Week 3    6th April – an Easter egg

Week 4    13th April – a butterfly

Week 5    20th April – a bunny

Week 6    27th April – your best friend

Week 6    4th May – a symbol or celebration for VE Day – 75 years

Week 6    11th May – a tree