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Easter Fun



I know that a lot of you will have plans and be happy to sit back and relax and enjoy the Easter Holidays without giving school or work a second thought!

That’s exactly what we want you to do!

However, we also know that some of you might want some ideas of things to do over the next two weeks.

Here are few things you could do:


PE – Look below for some yoga, fitness circuit and Easter PE ideas.

Oti Mabuse is a professional dancer from Strictly Come Dancing and she is creating dance lesson videos each week to entertain you at home. You can access these via her Youtube channel if you just type her name into the search bar. She is doing dances to songs from Trolls, Frozen to The Greatest Show and Mamma Mia. If you fancy a little dance then you can go and check it out!

Getting Creative-

Here are some fun things you could do with your families: 



You could write a diary for some or all of the Easter Holidays.

As you know, I subscribe to 'The Happy News' created by Emily Coxhead.

This year you got to write your own happy news and I'm pleased to find out that she has created her own templates that you could use.

You could either find your own positive news and create an article (there is positive news out there during this pandemic, you just have to look hard enough) or you could complete some of the other activities such as writing down some things you are thankful for each day.

The link for the individual templates you may like to do are below. I have also put some pictures of my latest copy of The Happy News if you'd like to read some positive stories and some recent positive news stories.


You could log into Purple Mash and play some of the games such as

'Monster multiplication'

'Sequence snake'


'Funky Platform'


You could have a go at cracking the code in this 'Escape the Room' activity

 Or there are some colour by numbers multiplication if you'd like to print something off and create an Easter picture!