Key Stage 1

Coral Reef Waterworld – Exciting update!

More details revealed about Coral Reef’s fantastic new flumes coming soon! As progress is made on installing Coral Reef Waterworld’s new, thrilling water slides, more details can now be revealed about what visitors can expect […]

Key Stage 1

The Theatre Chipping Norton Workshops

Easter Workshops at The Theatre, Chipping Norton Boys’ Dance Day Monday 10th April, 10am-4pm, for 7-11 years. Tickets: £30 This workshop is designed especially for boys, providing them with the rare opportunity to dance with […]

Key Stage 2

Secret Codes

Secret codes or ciphers have been in use in various forms since ancient times when communications need to be kept secret. Detectives in stories often have to crack them. […]

Key Stage 2

The Houses of Parliament

The Houses of Parliament, also called the Palace of Westminster, is on the River Thames in London. Parliament is where Members of Parliament (MPs) and members of the House of Lords work to make new laws and discuss important topics. […]

Key Stage 2

Supernatural: Ghost Ships

A ghost ship, also known as a phantom ship, is a ship with no living crew aboard. In the past, people reported that they had seen a ship on the sea at night glowing with ghostly light…, […]

Key Stage 2

The story of William Tell

According to legend, in the early 14th century, Switzerland’s William Tell was well known for his skill with a crossbow. […]

Key Stage 2

Grow a cress head

You will need a clean yoghurt pot, empty egg-shell or something similar, cotton wool, cress seeds, kitchen roll, paint or something to decorate the yoghurt pot (optional) and water […]

Key Stage 2

Victorian School

Most of early Victorian England’s children were illiterate, which means they couldn’t read. They worked to earn money for their families leaving no time to go to school… […]

Key Stage 2

Dinosaurs!

Once upon a time, much of Oxfordshire was an area of mudflats and marshland next to a shallow sea that extended north and west into what are now the rolling hills of the Cotswolds. Then, dinosaurs roamed in the places where we live today… […]