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We offer accessible, fun and inspiring activities for the whole family to enjoy across the Centre, from our Cinemas to the Foyers
The summer holidays have arrived, but as have been children at home for many months already, you may have used up your great ideas of things and activities to do together.
So, if you are looking for some further inspiration or you find yourself stuck for ideas, check out our suggested resources for summer. (Please note, these link to third party websites).
Explore outdoor spaces
Royal Opera House – Create & Learn
Natural History Museum - great dinosaur focused activities!
Firstsite artist activity packs
Learn to draw with children's book author and illustrator Rob Biddulph
Summer reading challenge – join this year’s summer reading challenge online with your local library
Oxford Owl – online reading resources
Teach your Monster to Read – a game that makes learning to read fun
Scholastic – a wide range of books including activity books. By purchasing through Scholastic, you can earn free books for your school to stock their library full of the best new books and resources
Southbank Centre – February Half Term Activity & children’s books celebrating diversity and inclusion tips and recommendations
British Library – discovering literature (for older kids)
Twinkl – Summer activities for parents
Learning at the Primary Pond
National Geographic Kids
Happiness is Home Made – crafts
Medium –non-screen activities
Duolingo – learn a language
Institute of Education, UCL – learning resources
Anna Freud for Primary
Anna Freud for Secondary
Every Saturday at 11am, come and watch films in Cinemas 2 & 3 from all over the world, specially selected for our family audiences and smaller cinephiles.