Education resources and keeping children and young people entertained

Online learning covering a variety of subjects

BBC Bitesize has content for ages 3 to 16+

BBC Teach has thousands of free curriculum-mapped videos, arranged by age-group and subject for primary and secondary school children.

BBC schools have daily content that supports you as schools close across the UK, to help you with your education and wellbeing.

Brainpop has free learning resources for children of all ages during school closures.

Doorway online offer a variety of free online educational games for primary school children. You need to have Flash on your computer.

Eparenting have 50 free revision resources for 11 to 18 year olds.

ICT games have 20 literacy and numeracy games for primary school children.

Jumpstart offer activities, lesson plans and worksheets for children in primary school.

Kahoot are offering free access to their learning materials for all ages during school closures.

Khan Academy is a non-profit organisation providing schedules and remote learning resources for children aged 2 to 18.

Kids Learning Tube publishes sing-a-long animated videos on YouTube that cover a variety of educational subjects.

Outschool has free learning resources for 3 to 18 year olds during the coronavirus outbreak.

Scholastic has created a free learn-from-home site with over 20 days of learning and activities for all ages.

Twinkl has created home learning and school closure packs, but have also introduced an offer for all of them to be completely free.

Twinkl – resources created by teachers to support National Curriculum subjects

Chatter pack: Free resources and worksheets

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