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General Home Learning and Fun Activities for All

On this page, we will upload any lovely activities or websites we come across that you might enjoy.

Thank you!

Hampshire County Council’s Leader (Councillor Keith Mans) and Executive Member for Education and Skills (Councillor Roz Chadd) have been very keen to thank all of Hampshire’s pupils and students for the part they have played in helping to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. They have made a short film (under two minutes in length) in which they, personally, express their thanks.  Please see the link below:

https://youtu.be/gE2mAYOvD4wa

 

Collective Worship

Reverend Katrina is uploading Bible stories and worships for children and families to access.

This is the link to the Anna Benefice YouTube channel:
 
The Church is also producing a weekly bulletin which is published on the Anna Benefice website for people to subscribe to or download.http://www.annabenefice.co.uk/weekly-bulletin.html
It gives information about all our services and each week has an activity for the children to do at home and song they might like to learn/sing.
 
On the children and families page of the website http://www.annabenefice.co.uk/children--families.html
are this month's activities for Messy Church. They  would love children to post us pictures of their creations on the benefice facebook page to share with others.

 

 

Each week on a Thursday, on the Oak National Academy website, a collective worship will be available to access:

 

https://www.thenational.academy/assembly

 

 

Sport and Fitness

Launch: The official start of  'School Games Mark May' is Monday 4th May. It is a 4 week programme of daily challenges linked to the sports normally played at the annual Hampshire School Games, two different sports (4 challenges) per week. 

 

There will also be a ‘Dance Challenge’ to engage children who love to  dance and be creative!  This will run for the first 3 weeks in May and any child/family/teacher can enter. The School Games Organisers will pick their local winners, and their videos will be used for the closing ceremony at the end of May. 

 

Documents: Please find attached the challenges for next week, we also have a fantastic launch video - please watch - https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cszH-ozVsrVfGjU590YDoIfmLBwIRUO7 

 

The Google folder is still going, and the link below will give schools and parents access to all resources, including the video tutorials.

 

Google Folder: 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1UobNZmVfA49XWXTxw5hzROpoogtz2fN7

 

Muddy Runners

We are  delighted  that Mrs Kate Bone and Mrs Katy Ross have created a Muddy Runners video for our children and families to access. Session One demonstrates a warm up and running games for all to complete. We know many of the children were looking forward to the Muddy Runners Club starting up again, so we are truly grateful to Kate and Katy for producing this. I know many of the children will be delighted to have this video to enable them to join in! To access this, go to the link on YouTube: https://youtu.be/qxH-V0S3bnw

 

Follow the link for Session Two which demonstrates our School Value of 'Respect.'

https://youtu.be/Pe1HuHVpyS0

 

Session Three linked to 'Love'

 

Session Four linked to 'Responsibility'

https://youtu.be/qQgru2U03vc

The next session of Muddy Runners can be found here:

https://youtu.be/-2J5l8UHp14

Premier Education - visit their website and 'Stay Active' landing page where parents are able to download  fun resources to keep their children healthy, happy and learning at home - in the garden or at the kitchen table. Resources are available  to support  children achieve through:
•  Physical activity
•  Health and Wellbeing activity
•  Lifeskills activity
The content will be updated regularly so parents can keep an eye on their email and follow the Facebook page if they wish. Children can also keep a log or learning journal to share.

A list of lots of fun and useful webistes

Rainbows of Hope

Create your own springtime rainbow as a sign of hope and solidarity. Make sure that you display them in your windows at home so we can see your beautiful creations!

 Link for parents to find out more information:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-51988671

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