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Some more great resources to help families understand coronavirus, how it is reported in the news and how to look after your physical and mental health.
A little message from the staff at St Anne's...

Websites that your children can use to do work at home:

BBC Bitesize will publish daily online lessons for all ages from Monday 20th April as well as a new dedicated TV Channel with lots of ideas for home learning activities. 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

Also check out these websites for additional home learning ideas:

https://padlet.com/seanjones1/q7yfgbq970v2

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom

 

Why not try composing music at home? Use everyday objects from your home/garden to create music with the help of the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group.

http://resources.bcmg.org.uk/

A useful 'book' to explain Coronavirus in a child friendly way. The book for children and aims to give information without fear. With everything that is going on at the moment; big changes to children’s routines and lots of stories on the news it can be a really scary time for them. This book aims to open up the conversation about Coronavirus and some of the things they might be hearing about it and provide truthful information in a reassuring and child friendly manner.
Guidance to help your children to create a time capsule to record their memories of this period:
Over 60 Virtual Tours and Trips that you can 'visit' from home!
RE Resources for Reconciliation Topic

Artist Activity Pack - Coming soon sign up for the newsletter on this link.

https://firstsite.uk/art-is-where-the-home-is/ 

 

Extract taken from 'The Guardian'

Antony Gormley and Grayson Perry help design the 'ultimate artists’ activity pack'

A top team of visual artists – including Gormley, Perry, Jeremy Deller and Gillian Wearing – will this week launch an activity pack full of creative ideas for the coronavirus lockdown.

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