SCARF Each day, Harold's diary gets children to think about the different things they need to keep healthy - physically and emotionally. There are ideas for activities, pictures and other resources. Harold will focus particularly on the NHS Five Ways to Wellbeing and how we all need to look after the 5 different areas of our lives. These are important for children and adults. Each day Harold records in his diary that different things that he's been doing to stay happy and healthy.
Go NoodleLots of fun videos to improve balance, coordination, manage anxiety, breathing exercising along with fun guided dance sesions and exercise routines
NATREA range of free teaching resources to support learning in RE in Key Stage 1 and 2.
Spanish Interactive GamesThis website is perfect for challenging your Spanish knowledge and skills. There are plenty of different games to choose from and there are a range of activities suitable for both KS1 and KS2 children.
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