After Study Activities

Have you:

  • Finished all your homework due over the next couple of days?
  • Finished revising what you learned during your classes today?
  • Worked on any upcoming assignments or tests?
  • Checked your emails?

If you answered ‘yes’ to all of the above, and still have time before study ends, you may choose from the following activities.

Reading (Print books & magazines)

See Miss Davies or Mrs Chandler if you would like to go upstairs and choose a book from our collection.

We also have a selection of magazines available including Health & Wellbeing, National Geographic, HistoriCool & more.

Don’t know what to read?

Reading (eBooks & eMagazines)

Register for an account on the SMC ePlatform to gain access to heaps of FREE ebooks to borrow and read in your browser. See Miss Davies or Mrs Chandler if you have any questions.

Want more options?

 

Drawing or Colouring

We have a few books and loose pages available for you to colour, as well as coloured pencils for your use.

There are many books available from the SLRC to help you improve your skills, including:

  • How to Draw Anything: A Complete Guide
  • Manga Mania: How to Draw Japanese Comics
  • Creating Textures in Coloured Pencil
  • Fashion Illustrator
  • How to Sketch Animals
  • Drawing Optical Illusions,      and many more!

Or why not try an online colouring site like this one (Or this one if you want something a bit simpler!)

Competitions

Visit the following competition pages to discover what’s on offer:

Make sure to read the terms & conditions to see if you’re eligible, and ask your parents before entering

Other current competitions you may be interested in:

 

Online Games & Sites of Interest

Choose from the following sites:

Please see Miss Davies or Mrs Chandler if you have a suggestion to add the to list and we’ll check it out.

Puzzles (Sodoku, Crosswords etc)

Try these online sites:

Alternatively, there are print copies of puzzles available for you to complete, or check out the following books (available from the SLRC):

  • Eye-Popping Puzzles
  • Mensa Puzzle Challenge
  • Deviously Difficult Mind-Bending Puzzles

Knitting

There are knitting needles and wool available for your use.

A variety of books are available to help you get started, or try the following tutorials:

 

Videos

Watch a TV program or video from one of the following sites:

ABC iView Education Programs

TedEd

You must use earphones, and NO OTHER MOVIES / TV SHOWS / VIDEOS are allowed!