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Additional links for keeping busy

Story time

Listen to a stories with moving illustrations:


Begin to listen to an audio book – Amazon Audible have set up free access to audio books for children. There are lots of lovely stories under ‘little listeners’ and ‘elementary’:

Get creative

Check out the links below for lots of ideas to be creative at home.

Try a draw-along video with Illustrator, Rob Biddulph:

100 Activities To Do At Home During School Closures:

Art ideas and resources to use at home:

Famous Museums Offer Virtual Tours

The British Museum, London, Britain:

The Louvre, Paris, France:


The National Gallery, London, Britain:

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA:

The Frida Kahlo Museum, Mexico City, Mexico:

Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Netherlands:

Bedfordshire Online Library

Library members can download the RBDigital app, then use their library number to download ebooks, audiobooks and magazines. There is a good selection of audiobooks and ebooks (eg. Harry Potter series and David Walliams books, or the Dirty Bertie series). Use the 'audience' button to select resources for children. In the e-magazines, there are some specifically for children: National Geographic for Kids; Minecraft World Magazine; Horrible Histories.

Link to website:

Online Registration:

(To support lessons which you may be planning, we recommend the Encyclopedia Britannica, which is available in a junior version. From the Virtual Library, this may be accessed with a library number and pin)

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Due to the national lockdown, the school is currently closed to all pupils except the children of critical workers and our most vulnerable.

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