Home learning resources
School age children
Schools organised some online learning resource packs and will contact you directly to support your child’s learning. In addition to this, please find below home learning resources for school age children.
Home schooling? Here are some useful resources.
Learn to sew knit & crochet - online resource
Learning at home and cultural activities for 0 – 18 year olds (Mayor of London)
Online learning resources prepared by teachers and parents who normally home-school: these cover a range of topics from maths, geography, science, literature to fun craft activities, cookery and exercises you can enjoy with your kids at home
Audible has free access for to stories for children during lockdown:
The museums in London: most have online resources for children
The British Library
Children can also enjoy the SciShow on YouTube and take virtual tours to explore earth.
Some Westminster residents who rely on getting access to computers and the internet at our libraries. To help, the council has been making computers available in special areas at Victoria and Church Street libraries.
The computers are available from Monday to Friday, 10am to 4pm, and residents can use them for up to 45 minutes. Each computer and work station is carefully cleaned after each customer and there is a 2 metre distance between desks. Staff are on hand to help with IT queries and to ensure that safe social distancing is observed at all times including queuing when demand is high. Find out more here.
Please find useful resources through the link below brought to you by KIDS: Classroom Secrets.
Additional resources are also available on: https://kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk/ (please note that there might be a charge for other activities and packs available on this site)
Last Updated 27/10/2020