Last day of the Summer term is Friday 19th July. School opens to pupils on Tuesday 3rd September. We hope you have a wonderful summer break.

Ninian Park Primary School


This week's news

Hello again,


Everyone at Ninian Park Primary hopes that you've had a lovely Easter week.  


The staff have enjoyed seeing your work via Hwb and SeeSaw, remember if you have any difficulties with this you can email for help.


Each school week we upload class planning sheets, which you can find by going to our home page, clicking on CHILDREN then YEAR GROUPS followed by the appropriate button.


Each week, we also publish several additional ideas on our Areas of Learning and Experience pages.  These can be found by going to our home page, clicking KEY INFORMATION, then CURRICULUM, followed by whichever area you are interested in.  The newest ideas are at the top.  We hope you find these useful, but remind parents to check websites before children use them, as we have no control over the content of external sites.


Here is a summary of the latest updates to our website - 



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Health and Well-being


Oti Mabuse’s dance sessions

Get up and move to the music with Stictly Come Dancing Champion Oti Mabuse.

Cosmic Yoga

A mix of action stories, mindfulness and yoga to help you and your children relax and learn calming techniques.

Language, Literacy & Communication


Online Read Alouds

We Are Teachers have complied a long list of authors who will be providing read alouds drawing workshops and many more!

BBC Teach – Bringing Books to Life 1

An adventure into the world of children’s literature as celebrity presenters share what they love about their favourite books.

Mathematics & Numeracy



Oxford Owl Maths

Free online activities for all ages.

BBC Teach – Kick Sum Maths

The best fun anyone can have learning maths!  A mixed-media mash-up maths sketch show delivery KS2 maths.

Science & Technology


63 super easy & fun experiments

Here are some experiments for your little scientist to try at home and explore with, not only will they have fun but also it’s a great way to spend quality time exploring together whilst learning. 

BBC Teach – Little stargazing 

In this series of short films a group of children aged five and six, and their families, marvel at the wonders of space.  They meet two astronauts and learn about the phases of the Moon 


Expressive Arts


20 drawing ideas

If your children love to draw why not explore the following site to pick up some fun drawing activities that will keep you busy for hours. 

Musical activities

Amazing musical activities at your finger tips to keep your little musicians busy and entertained. Take a look and enjoy expressing yourself through some creative play.



BBC CBeebies - Go Jetters 

You can now explore places all around the planet Earth with Ubercorn. 

BBC Teach – My Life, My Religion: Christianity 

A series of short films exploring the Christian faith through the eyes of young practicing Christians Nathan (aged 11), Kirsty (aged 13), Kiera (aged 8) and Santos (aged 8). 



Two general websites that you might appreciate are - 



A website full of free educational resources for a range of subjects. 



12 famous museums offer virtual tours that you can take from your very own sofa.  So during this lockdown period, why not take an hour and explore the British Museum, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the Guggenheim in New York City and lots lots more.

If you're not sure how to entertain your children in these cultural hotspots, why not take a look at the Kids in Museums website, which has put together 10 ideas -


Have a lovely week and remember to post any activities on your SeeSaw account or send them to us via  You can also Tweet us using @nppschool.


Stay safe