Education and Learning


School provision guidance for KEY WORKERS 


The Department for Education has provided a list of online resources to help with home education.

Oak National Academy for teachers

LendED:  online learning resources for schools:

Laptops for most disadvantaged:…/new-major-package-to-support-online-le…



Access to Hampshire Libray services: and their live events:

Gilbert White's House:

Seacity Museum:



Hungry Little Minds: activities for newborns to Age 5:

BBC Bitesize:  for Primary, Secondary and Post-16:

Literacy Trust: including @meetlibby, an app full of ebooks and audiobooks

Mathematics Mastery:


The Scouts bring the great outdoors inside:

The Woodland Trust:

Imperial War Museum:

The British Museum:

The Science Museum:

The Natural History Museum:


Open University:

STEM resources from the Institute of Engineering and Technology:


The National Education Union has launched a Coronavirus and Schools microsite to support parents 

The charity Action for Children has help and advice for parents, with an option to talk with coaches online


Careers Advice

The National Careers Service provides free, professional impartial advice and guidance to anyone aged 13+ and living in England. Individuals can now access that support using a multitude of alternative channels, including webchat, over the telephone, via video call, and through social media. 0800 100 900 or via








A new term begins - at home

This article was written by Damian and publshed in the Herald Group of papers on the 16th April:

"Next week, we will have the strange experience of Back to School, while not actually going back to school.