Things to do at home

A useful timetable of computer-based exercise and learning:

9.00am – PE with Joe Wicks https://youtu.be/6v-a_dpwhro
10.00am – Maths with Carol Vorderman www.themathsfactor.com
11.00am – English with David Walliams https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/
12.00pm – Lunch (cooking with Jamie Oliver) https://www.jamieoliver.com/features/category/get-kids-cooking/
1.00pm – Music with Myleene Klass https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQh2wgJ5tOrixYBn6jFXsXQ
1.30pm – Dance with Darcey Bussel https://twitter.com/diversedancemix/status/1241098264373592065
2.00pm – History with Dan Snow (free for 30-days) https://tv.historyhit.com/signup/package
4.00pm – Home Economics with Theo Michaels (Mon/Wed/Fri) https://www.instagram.com/theocooks
Non-daily events include:
Science with Professor Brian Cox, Robin Ince & Guests https://cosmicshambles.com/stayathome/upcoming-schedule
9.30am Wednesday 25 March – Geography with Steve Backshall https://twitter.com/SteveBackshall/status/1242058846941712385
For your older kids, here are 50 free revision resources for 11+, GCSEs and A-Levels:
http://www.eparenting.co.uk/education/50_free_revision_resources_for_gcse_a_level_11_plus_and_sats.php

The Scouts have published their online resources here.

Eddie’s have some great online resources, including keeping fit and a quiz.

BBC History for Kids is a great interactive learning site.

E-Learning for Kids is a great resource to keep up with education while at home.

Living Sport are in the process of creating website pages to help us keep physically active.

Don’t lag behind your kids in the digital world! You can keep up to date while having some fun here

Here’s a good resource on talking to your children about Coronavirus.

Ollie and His Super Powers have a nice video explaining things to little children.

With schools closing and exams postponed, it might be a struggle to keep your teenager motivated. Plain Sailing Motivation are organising webinars to help you and your families.

Think Autism have some great resources here – both free and pay for courses.

The National Trust are hoping to offer their open spaces for free.

Are you and your kids bored? Check out Chatterpack’s list of resources for all the family. Thanks to Jackie for this information.

Looking after you mental health is extremely important for parent carers, so we are able to look after ourselves as well as our families.

For our sensory children, the current situation might be very difficult. Here is a great explanation from Sensory Spectacle.