Health and well-being. Mentally Healthy Schools have produced fortnightly curated toolkits with videos, practical activities, top tips and expert advice to help parents manage anxiety and improve well-being of their children.
National TrustThe National Trust have some great ideas for family activities to do this spring either in the house or your garden.
Be part of History........Scholastic are inviting students to document their experiences living through the COVID-19 pandemic as part of a living history project.
Science ideas to keep you busy!Little Bins for Little Hands has put together a great collection of simple science-based activities that use common household supplies e.g. making cloud dough!
Ideas for things to do outside. Days Out with the Kids have put together 100 plus activities to do indoors with children with links to videos and downloadable resources.
Keeping fit !Jo Wicks work out daily starting from Monday 23rd March 9am!
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