St Peter's CE School
St Peter's CE School

Art and Design at home


  • The Crafty Classroom- The Crafty Classroom is a website is filled with crafts, activities and pintables you can use in your classroom! The thematic crafts and activities are designed to complement and work alongside areas of the curriculum, providing additional learning opportunities and discussions. You can find project ideas, full photo instructions and lists of materials that you are likely to already have in your resource cupboard.

  • Culture StreetThere are 4 ‘channels’ to choose from: art, museum, books, stage. It includes: ‘workshop’ and ‘have a go’ sections with ideas for exploring and making, a showcase gallery, and plenty of information and videos on a wide range of artists.

  • We are TeachersWe are Teachers have compiled '40 Kindergarten Art Projects That Inspire Creativity in Every Student’. There are links to a range of other websites with full details for the projects, which can be adapted for older learners.

  • Tate KidsTate's website has ideas for making, quizzes and games, facts and videos about artists, art movements.

  • Royal Institute of British ArchitectsRIBA have created a set of engaging and easy to use resources for people of all ages and interests to explore architecture from home. Some of them will develop your skills or teach you something new about architecture, some you can do together as a group and some all you need is your imagination. Activities separated in to 'Learning at home' and 'Curriculum based activities'.

  • The Art Room - Place2beDuring the lockdown period, the Art Room team created a series of free projects for primary aged children to make at home or school together with parents, carers or teachers.

  • Arts and CultureThis is an amazing resource for all sorts of things, from virtual museum tours, to exploring artists and their work, to sourcing contextual referencing for projects. It is an amazing for research for KS2 upwards.

  • Sculpture in the CityOver 8 chapters, these creative activities provide a learning journey that develop skills and knowledge relating to Art & Design National Curriculum targets.

  • Cassie StevensThis is the website of super dynamic US elementary art teacher Cassie Stevens. Here you can find lots of links to resources including YouTube videos, with step-by-step guidance for different art, craft and design projects.

  • Access Art resources for home learnersAccess Art have collated art resources to use at home. They also share a collection of visual arts learning resources for teachers aimed at primary age and upwards.

  • BBC BitesizeA range of BBC clips themed by discipline, visual & tactile elements; Media and materials; Inspiration and investigation; Design Activities.

  • NSEAD & Oak National AcademyNSEAD has partnered with Oak National Academy to create new Art, Craft and Design lessons for Key Stage 1 and 2. They are engaging and accessible, and fantastic for both remote and in-school lessons.

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