Thames Clippers Teaching Resources for KS2

Thames Clippers

Suitable for: KS2
Key Subjects: Art, Geography, History, Maths
Links to National Curriculum: Yes

As well as a convenient transport link across London, Thames Clippers offer a resource pack for Key Stage 2 that links to the Maths, Geography, Art, and History curriculums.

Activities include discussions on what pupils might expect to see on the River Thames. The resource includes drawing exercises, plus activities related to Fire of London and Victorian London. The pack also introduces pupils to timetabling and departure times.

Key Stage 2

Art & Design




This resource was created by Thames Clippers.

The Community

Make sure you have access to all the latest news, free resources, tips & guides.

We work with theatres, museums, galleries and attractions to help you connect with the arts.

Sign up to our weekly round-up newsletter to get more free resources, plus our exclusive tips & guides.

Follow Us.

Download this resource for free!

We’d love to stay in touch!

Sign up to our weekly newsletter to get access to more FREE resources, plus exclusive tips & guides.

We 100% respect your privacy and protect your data. For more details, please read our Privacy Policy.

Related Teaching Resources & Lesson Plans.

Latest News, Tips & Guides.

Be part of The Community that has FREE access to exclusive Resources, Tips, & Guides.

Become a member of The Community today and get access to resources and exclusive offers you won’t find anywhere else.

You’ll have FREE access to:

  • Teaching Resources & Lesson Plans
  • Educational Videos
  • News, Tips & Guides
  • Amazing offers & discounts

Don’t miss out and join today!

We 100% respect your privacy, protect your data and you can unsubscribe at any time. For more details, please read our Privacy Policy.

The School Trip Community Blue Statue

Sign up to our weekly newsletter for more FREE resources, news, tips & guides.

Get a round-up of all the latest, FREE resources and activities - helping you connect the arts and culture with the curriculum.

Welcome to The Community!

Pin It on Pinterest

Know someone who'd also like this?

Share with your friends & colleagues!