Do you want to start exploring the outdoors, learning new skills and trying new things? The National Trust have put together a list of 50 things to do before you're 11 ¾. How many of them have you already done? What could you do today?
Click here to go to the National Trust website and download the list. If you want to keep track of how you're doing with the list on your phone or tablet, you can also download the app - click here to found out how.
Keeping safe online
If someone has done something online that has made you, or someone you know, feel unsafe or worried click the CEOP button above to go to the CEOP website and report it to the CEOP. You will see this button on many different webpages when accessing the internet. It is there so you can quickly report anything that worries you.
For more information on how to keep safe online go to the CEOP's Think U Know website (https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/)
Activities for EAL learners
Try some of the activities on the following websites:
http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/ - Stories, videos and worksheets.
http://gamestolearnenglish.com/ - A range of fun games to support language acquisition.
http://www.wiganschoolsonline.net/inclusion/emas/eal.shtm - Resources to download.
http://www.schoolslinks.co.uk/resources_dl.htm - Multi-language resources/posters.
http://www.eslgamesworld.com/ - A large collection of games to support language acquisition.
http://www.games.englishclub.com/ - Lessons, games and videos to help pupils learn English.
http://www.collaborativelearning.org/ - Curriculum activities accessible for EAL learners.
http://www.mes-english.com/ - Worksheets and games to support pupils new to English.
http://www.resourceshop.co.uk/index.html - Resources to support across the curriculum.