Enrichment at Home
To maintain our co-curriculum programme, we will regularly update this page with new enrichment activities and opportunities which can be done at home. We hope you enjoy exploring the links below.
British Science Week activity - How to keep the doghouse dry in a flood
In this experiment we are going to use material to make a barrier to protect our doghouse in the event of a flood. Click on the image below to download a pdf with full details.
LGBTQ+ History Month activity
Watch Ms Pickett's film below about how we can celebrate the achievements of LQBTQ+ people. Find out more about a special co-curricular activity for LGBTQ+ History Month.
Easy drop scones recipe
Otherwise called Scotch pancakes, this recipe is an easy substitute for those who prefer fluffier British pancakes on Pancake Day.
Click here for full instructions on how to make your tasty scones.
Arts and culture
Now you don’t need to battle the crowds at the Louvre to get an up-close look at the Mona Lisa.
Explorers can jet off to the Great Wall of China and learn insider facts about this amazing feat of architecture—the longest structure ever built by humans.
The Guggenheim in New York City will allow you to walk the curving halls of this hallowed institution using Street View, making for a more realistic experience.
Google Arts Project: Street Art showcases the world’s greatest graffiti works and tells the stories behind them.
The possibilities of what you can see at London’s National Gallery are nearly endless.
The Rosetta Stone and Egyptian mummies are just a couple of things that you're able to see on a virtual tour of the British Museum.
Love cuddly animals? The San Diego Zoo is live-streaming many of its animal areas, allowing viewers to virtually visit their favorite furry friends any time of the day or night.
For an extra dose of adorable, the Atlanta Zoo features a PandaCam showcasing the adventures of its giant pandas. Want to see more nature in action? You can tour five of the world’s most incredible National Parks, thanks to Google Arts & Culture and the National Park Service.
Head to the top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris without any queues.
Check out the sea life and hop on the Mako roller coaster at SeaWorld in Orlando.
Learn a new skill by learning the alphabet in British Sign Language.
Sport and fitness
It’s recommended that everyone takes part in 30 minutes of exercise a day… Why not try PE with Joe Wicks.
If 30 minutes is too long, why not try 10 minute workouts from The NHS. You could work these in to your school day. When you would usually be playing basketball on the playground give one of these a go!
Challenge yourself to complete the Couch to 5K.
Here’s a trip that’s out of this world—to Mars. While actual travel to the red planet is not yet possible for travelers, NASA has partnered with Google to offer a tour of a 3D replica of the Martian surface as recorded by the Curiosity rover.
Interested in the solar system? Find out all about the eight amazing planets each with their own unique atmosphere.