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Image courtesy of The Shannon Trust

1-The Shannon Trust is a charity working with reader prisoners to support them in mentoring prisoners who struggle with reading. Following the new lockdown measures, the trust has not been able to access the prison as usual and that’s why the team has created activity packs, useful for anyone learning to read. Click here to find out more about the trust.

Download the reading packs now:

Topic: Science

Age: Primary to A-levels students

Cost: FREE

Link: Participants can find the FREE weekly challenge from Monday via:

More info: The ‘Measurement at Home’ challenge is suitable for everyone, from primary school to A-level students. The first challenge took place on Monday 11th May, and investigated force with ‘Break a Flake’, “which teaches young people some of the skills that NPL engineers use in their work – but all you need are cereal flakes and kitchen scales!”

“NPL is the authority on measurement in the UK, and so much of the Covid-19 response has relied on measurement science, for tracking the spread and treating the virus with new technologies. These challenges aim to get entire families excited about science and inspire the next generation of measurement scientists.”

Topic: FUN, and for FUN, we mean: cat-themed worksheets, quizzes, creative writing exercises, feline facts, recipes and other fun learning activities.

Age: Primary students

Cost: Free

Link: The Moggy Modules are free to download, click  here for more details.

More Info: “Comedian Bob Mortimer has lent his support to Cats Protection’s new free learning tools to help parents who are struggling to make homeschooling fun. Of the five modules, Bob features in the third one where he reads his story about black cat Liquorice Mick. The packs have been created by Cats Protection’s educational experts to help young learners discover more about our feline friends and their welfare needs – with age-appropriate learning tools for children aged five to seven and seven to 11.”

Work from Home


This is not a free app (about £3 per month) but we have found it particularly useful to convert pictures into a sleek scanned format. This is for you if, much like us, you love taking notes on paper or the office whiteboard after Every. Single. Meeting, or need to save your notes into a clean, legible version. Click here for more details.


Miss Squiggles Communications

Miss Squiggles’ Journal

Straight from our Miss Squiggles’ notebook, you can download our letters templates for FREE and start writing to your friends, soul sisters and, why not, even yourself. Perfect for journaling. Click below to download now: