School Closure Activity Pack

As parents ourselves, we understand the challenges being faced across the globe with the indefinite closure of schools. So, we thought we would give you a helping hand with some ideas for a bit of musical fun to keep the kids entertained; and hopefully some peace and quiet for mums and dads too!


Colour in the pFamily

Don't forget to share your colourful pFamily pictures with us at


pBone/pTrumpet Colouring Competition

Colour in the pBone or pTrumpet in any colour, pattern or theme you like. Our favourite design will win a pBone or pTrumpet!

Entries to be emailed to before 30th June 2020.


pTrumpet colouring sheet

pBone colouring sheet


Puzzle Zone


Ralph has lost his orange pBone! Can you help him find it?



Can you find all of the hidden clues?

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Fill in the grid so that each row, each column and each box contains all the numbers from 1 to 9.

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Enter the Warwick Music Online Festival!

We understand that many children will be feeling disappointed about the cancellation of their grade exams, concerts and special performances that they have been practising for.

We love to see everyone experiencing the joy of making music, so we figure if they can't perform in their concert, or take their exam, they can share it with us instead in a virtual music festival! Click on the button below to find out more...

Warwick Music Online Festival


Experiments with sound that you can try at home


10 Fun Sound Facts

  • There is no sound in space because there is nothing for the sound waves to bounce off.
  • An echo is produced when the sound waves are bounced off of an object, rather than being absorbed.
  • The loudest natural sound on Earth is a volcano erupting.
  • Thunder is the sound produced by the rapid heating of air by a lightening strike.
  • The sound of a whip cracking is made when the whip is travelling faster than the speed of sound.
  • Hot and cold water make different noises.
  • Sound travels 4 times faster in water than it does in air.
  • Dogs hear higher pitched sounds than people so they can hear some sounds that are so high, people can not even hear them.
  • Dolphins can hear sounds under water from as far as 15 miles away.
  • Whale voices can travel up to 479 miles through the ocean's water so they can communicate with each other across huge distances.


Audio Illusions