Learn Local in Richmond upon Thames

Are you homeschooling at the moment? Here are some great fun, interactive online resources for Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4. 

Did you know that the Barnes Children Literature Festival YouTube channel has over thirty author and illustrator events from our virtual festival last year, as well as their own Lockdown Library with thirty-five fun read along picture books with a new book added each week. You can take a look here

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This magnificent Tudor palace with State Apartments and 500 years of royal history.

Online resources for Hampton Court Palace

The collection spans from prehistory & includes the original stained glass, Richmond Palace.

Online resources for Museum of Richmond

Former residence of French royalty and now home to the borough's Arts collection. Visit the stunning Grade I listed Baroque Octagon and the art collection.

Online resources at Orleans House Gallery

Created in the 18th century by Horace Walpole, Strawberry Hill is the finest example of Georgian Gothic revival architecture.

Online resources at Strawberry Hill House

Explore Langdon Down Museum of Learning Disability and Normansfield Theatre.

Langdon Down Museum

The curriculum-aligned resources for KS1 –⁠ KS5 are designed to keep pupils on track with their learning, at home or in the classroom.

Online resources for Kew Gardens 

The National Archives is the guardian of some of our most iconic national documents, dating back over 1,000 years.

Online resources for The National Archives

Built in 1899, Richmond Theatre is a purpose-built Victorian Grade II listed building. It showcases the best West End and touring productions from across the UK.

Online resources at Richmond Theatre

The WWT London Wetland Centre is a 105-acre award-winning nature reserve. See endangered birds and wildlife.

WWT London Wetland Centre

Experience a Victorian lesson taught by strict Mrs Sawyer in her schoolroom.

Online resources at the Victorian School

Marble Hill was built for the remarkable Henrietta Howard. It is a lovely Palladian villa set in 66 acres of riverside parkland

Online resources for Marble Hill House

One of the most well-respected Off West End theatre, it is the only theatre in the round in London.

Online resources for Orange Tree Theatre

Resources are family-friendly, not requiring prior subject knowledge. There are fun and diverse activities to do, linking to a multitude of subjects.

Online resources at School of Ruck

Discover life as a servant, the wealth of the Duchess or experience 17th century life in our below stairs room.

Online resources at Ham House

Reveals some of the history of Twickenham, Whitton, Teddington and the Hamptons. 

Online resources at Twickenham Museum