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24.03.2020 Use of *.zip files to upload content

We are on a sharp learning curve with delivering content online, and during the course of the next week you may see some changes to how we present content. That is so it can be presented in the most manageable way.

Files will be now grouped in *.zip files so all the necessary files for an activity/day/week are grouped together. For Mac and Apple users, this may mean needing to download a programme such as WinZip for Mac. In the long run, we hope that this will make organising and finding content will be more highly structured.

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Please look below to find a list of links to help enrich home learning and broaden children's experiences. The attachment is organised by subject, indicating if resources are appropriate for age 4-5, age 5-7 or age 7-11. A few of the highlights are below:

BBC Bitesize - Lessons, teaching and games for almost any subject. BBC Bitesize will be refreshed starting on 20th April.

DK Findout! - One of the best online encyclopedias available, covers almost any subject and topic.

Royal Institution - YouTube channel with experiments for kids from one of the world's leading scientific organisations.

Royal Society Science at Home - Collection of activities and ideas covering a range of ages from another world-renowned scientific organisation.

Nrich - support and activities to do at home from Nrich maths project at Cambridge University. Loaded with easy-to-start but hard-to-stop puzzles, games and intriguing maths ideas.