Please click on the following links to explore Home Learning options for The Arts:
|The National Gallery
The National Gallery, in collaboration with Google Street View has an online tour of its fascinating paintings across seven of its rooms and its central hall. According to the gallery, those logging on can look at ‘Renaissance Masterpieces from Northern Italy, the Netherlands and Germany.
|The Beatles Abbey Road 360
An incredible interactive panoramic image by britishtours.com allows you to explore the instantly recognisable graffitied sign and zebra crossing outside London’s Abbey Road Studios, made famously by The Beatles.
|Victoria & Albert Museum
London’s V&A Museum doesn’t offer an interactive virtual tour but you can browse static images of some of the stunning artefacts that it has showcased on its website.
Like the National Gallery this is in collaboration with Google Street View. There are also more than 270 items in its collection that can be found on the site.
The cameras at the Zoo have been placed in the enclosures of pandas, penguins, tigers and koalas. Don’t worry if you can’t see the animals at first they may just be lurking out of shot.
Folly Farm also has a number of webcams for you to to see live activities at the farm.
The RAF Museum has virtual tours of several of its collections and exhibitions.
|Ten Pieces at Home
BBC Ten Pieces at Home includes a Ten Pieces film to watch and enjoy and a linked creative activity that can be completed by children at home without any special materials or preparation. A perfect, simple and easy way to keep listening, enjoying and creating music at this time.
|Out of the Ark Music
There’s no need to miss out on singing and music whilst at home; Out of The Ark music are providing a song a day to learn, along with associated activities to help explore the song and its message:
|Kids at Home Singing Project
We also encourage you to take part in the ‘Kids at home singing project’- an exciting project from Rachel and our friends at POP UK for your child to be involved in whilst at home. Here is the link to the video. Encourage your child to learn the song. When we return, the children will sing the song together in our first assembly back.