General Learning Resources and Help Sheets
On this page we will add general links to websites etc that we think might be useful for students of all ages.
National Literacy Trust - family zone https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/?mc_cid=1a89f05f20&mc_eid=250dd04d00
A free theatre streaming (suitable for Year 9 upwards):
Joining the library is free to anyone that wishes to join. Anyone residing in the UK may join Lancashire's library service, however the eBook downloads and access to subscription resources are limited to Lancashire residents. If you are under 16 you can join the library by yourself and they will send your parent/carer a letter to tell them about the services you are entitled to.
This will open the direct page for joining the library within the lancashire.gov website.
· Scroll down until you see the below green button, click on this and it will take you to the form to complete to join the library.
Child Bereavement Trust
Support for children and young people who are grieving and specific advise in relation to COVID-19. Help lines available.
Lancashire Youth Challenge
As they were forced to halt their face to face and group activity due to the Covid-19 outbreak they have produced five short films of Rev Jitei White from the Tara Centre leading mindfulness and meditation sessions to support our young people in managing their stress and anxiety during this period of lock-down.
From the 20th April, BBC Bitesize are going to be holding daily lessons on their website.
Amazon have cancelled subscription charges for books and audio stories for children and students of all ages, for as long as schools are closed. Young people can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.
They have made their Harry Potter - A History of Magic' Exhibition virtual and free:
Explore the wonders of the British Library exhibition. Harry Potter: A History of Magic Explore the wonders of the British Library exhibition
Mental Health UK
This is a great web page full of advice
We're living in extraordinary times right now, and it can feel overwhelming. We've collected resources on different topics that are affecting people right now. Whether you're a caretaker of children and young people, or you're a young person yourself, we're covering issues relevant to you.