Childwall CE Primary School
‘And The Child Grew...’ Luke 2:40

Stay Home and Stay Busy

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Those of us who are able to are currently helping the NHS and our communities by staying home. This isn’t always easy and finding activities and ideas can be hard.

Please check this page on a regular basis for some craft ideas, fun activities and more!

Stay at home, protect the NHS, save lives


Pictures for Nightingale

After some confusion around this, there is a way you can get involved. Click on the link below to find out more!

Domoney TV: Videos from TV Gardener David Domoney


We love this song as a way of thinking and reflecting on what Easter means to Christians and what a special time it is  (YouTube link)

Remember Me 


As many of you will know, The B Tales are an extended part of our school family and we grasp any opportunity to invite them into school! They have produced a Collective Worship for us all to engage with – try the link! (click the logo)

Create a time capsule!

These unusual times are sure to become a huge part of our history. Take a look at this activity booklet …

Covid-19 Time Capsule Booklet

Digimap for Schools

This is one of the fantastic resources we use regularly in school to enhance children’s learning. They have provided some excellent home learning resources for you to try- we think the Scavenger Hunt sounds like lots of fun!


Competition Time

Ages 5 -11

 Liverpool Hope University - Wikipedia

In a current time of uncertainty and change, coming together, supporting one another and showing a little kindness has never been more important. For our Easter competition this year we are asking you to create a poster, recipe, poem, picture, rap or whatever you like to show us your: ‘Small Ways to Change the World’

Send your digital entries to by Thursday 9th April and we will tweet the best ones! The winner will receive £50 of Amazon vouchers!


Hope University are also running an art competition. Take a look!

Easter Art comp

Live Fieldwork!

(Ages 7-11) FSC have arranged some live fieldwork sessions. Click here to visit their site

Join us live as we look beneath the surface, exploring gardens, the earth beneath our feet and become explorers, experiencing wild spaces in ways that you might have never thought of before.


Soil Exploration – Monday 20th April

Creative Exploration – Friday 24th April

Habitat Exploration – Thursday 30th April

Borrowed from social media!

Every time you wish you could do something over the coming weeks, write it down and put into a jar! When these strange times have passed, this can be your ‘Family Activity List!’ This will also help to remind you to not take the simple things for granted x


First News - First News is an award-winning national UK newspaper for children, read at home or in school, with 2.2 million readers every week.

This resource is very popular in school. Here you can find the latest edition (updated every Monday).

Activities to keep you busy during the Easter break!

Issue 720


News Quiz 1 3


2-Easter-Puzzle 1


British Red Cross

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‘Things may feel unsettled right now, but one thing is clear: small acts of kindness can make a difference. There has certainly been an outpouring of kindness across the country and children can play their role too.’

 Click on the image to find out more! We would love to see some of your completed Kindness Calendars xx

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Elevenses with The World of David Walliams

Every day at 11am, you can listen one of David Walliams’ World’s Worst Children stories, so sit down, take a break, and enjoy 20ish minutes of pure fun!

Psalm 46:1-3 ‘God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.’

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Easter reflection activities 

Easter reflection KS2                         

Easter reflection KS1

Geography challenge!

Suitable for all ages! (Adults too!)

Below, you will find a selection of resources and activities about world flags. Try to learn as many flags as you can – younger children might want to focus on the United Kingdom. Take the quiz, try the worksheet or design your own!

 Want some more family fun? Play GeoGuessr for free!



The British Red Cross | Worldwide Humanitarian Charity

British Red Cross

‘Things may feel unsettled right now, but one thing is clear: small acts of kindness can make a difference. There has certainly been an outpouring of kindness across the country and children can play their role too.’

Click on the image to see a short YouTube clip and download the ‘Kindness Calendar.’ We would love to see some of these once they have been completed. 

Have you seen this?

Along with the beautiful rainbows that have been appearing in windows, children have started adding their teddy bears! This creates a fun ‘bear hunt’ for others when they are out for a walk. We love this!

A teddy bear on the window of a house in Seattle, US

Bring the zoo to you!

Feel like you’re missing out on visiting your favourite animals? These webcams can give a sneaky peak of what the animals get up to when they don’t know we’re watching!

Zoo sign - South Lakes Safari Zoo

Fancy a virtual museum tour?

Click on the link below

National Museums Liverpool - Small Logo



Chocolate lovers

Chocolate microwave mug cakes with napkin and spoons

Try this simple recipe for a tasty treat!

Calling Year 5 and 6 children

Are you a fan of the author, Michael Thame? Or interested in finding out more about his novels? He is sharing readings of his novels, Conyers Street Mysteries, on YouTube for you to enjoy!

Just search Conyers Street Mysteries! (Be sure to check with an adult first)


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