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The National Theatre

Broadcasting some live performances. Click here to watch the  recent production of Treasure Island - suitable for for upper school and Post 16 pupils .

BBC Bitesize

Mark-making and doing adventures for all the family to enjoy.

Some creative sensory ideas to try at home.


Learning Music - The basics of music making. No prior experience or equipment is required; Suitable for children in G1 - G5 and Post 16

Music Learning Synths - Learning about keyboard synthesizers. G1 – G5 and Post 16 

Music Rhythm Groove - This site allows the user to create and play different rhythms suitable for G1, G2 and Post 16.

Primary Games - Music notation recognition game. But there’s lots of other cool games on here too!

Music Lab Chrome Music Lab is a website that makes learning music more accessible through fun, hands-on experiments. So why not try making up your own songs.

Free ‘Fun music sessions for people of any age with PMLD or SLD’ Every Tuesday and Saturday at 2pm -

7 Free Inclusive Music Resources for Parents, Teachers and Pupils

Music making (free ipad apps)

Garageband - Free ipad app- Compose your own music or perform on instruments. (Drums are a good starter)

Korg Kaosilator – very easy to use, a touch sensitive electronic music making app.

Launch pad- Dance music software, compose and record a dance music track. (Try using the effect settings too for build ups.

Pacemaker- A free DJ app, be a real DJ, try mixing together different music. (Music is needed on the device for it to work)

Minimoog- A fancy keyboard. Try out all the different style of keyboard.

Video star- Make your own music videos, can use either the free tracks included or music on your device.


Play free games and quizzes, find art activities, explore homework help and share your art with Tate Kids. The best art website for kids.

five highlights from this site below:

1. Make marbled paper

Use shaving foam and ink or paint to create swirly patterns in the abstract style of German artist Gerhard Richter.
2. Make an op art pot plant

Paint a pot inspired by artist Bridget Riley using lines, zig-zags and spots.
3. Make a friendship bracelet

Weave an arty bracelet inspired by Anni Albers's giant textile patterns⁣.
4. Make a chocolate artwork

Create your own Jackson Pollock drip painting (which is also delicious to eat!)  
5. Make a spin painting

Have fun creating splats and splashes of paint inspired by artist Damien Hirst.