ICT (Computing and digital technology)
Allowing children to learn how to program computers via the creation of interactive stories, games, and animations. Your child may have an account already. If not, just create one for them.
Geography games that cover a variety of subject matter from countries of the world to rivers and oceans.
The Woodland Trust
A fantastic website suggesting outdoor activities, some of which can be done in the garden or whilst on your daily exercise outing. It provides nature identification sheets and garden planting activities amongst lots of other ideas for learning outside with nature.
Field Studies Council
Some simple but enjoyable activities to do outside for all ages. Choose between maps, Scavenger Hunt or Weather.
Talking and Thinking
Home talk (Philosophy for family, P4F)
Thoughtful conversations for families that expand thinking around philosophical questions and thinking skills. Download the free weekly activity pack.
Brainsqueezers (fun thinking for the
A range of thought generating stimuli that will create a deeper level of thinking and discussion for everyone.
Oodlu (online interactive games for learn Manx
It's easy to set up your own account and you can continue your Manx learning from home! Thanks to Mrs Koenig for supplying us with this link. Then download the simple instructions below.
Food and Drink and Transport
Please find new Manx learning below (29/4). These need to
be downloaded from the links for each year group.
The power points only work properly if downloaded and opened in
PowerPoint (otherwise the sound and games don’t work). The
worksheets in Word also work best if downloaded and opened in
Word or a compatible programme.
The National Youth Choir of Scotland
The National Youth Choir of Scotland have daily singing
activities with this link that could be done at home.
Out of the Ark
Daily songs with resources and songbooks that parents can use to
encourage and support singing.