You will have more time now that you are at home, so make he most of this to try something new or develop a skill or hobby that you have always wanted to do.
Operation Bletchley combines physical and mental challenges within a historical context. It is designed to be inclusive for all ages and abilities - there are 3 levels of difficulty to choose from.
Go to this page for more details: operationbletchley.soldierscharity.org
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Click on the links below to access some of the world's greatest museums and galleries:
This week the National Theatre are streaming a performance of Frankenstein, featuring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller. This will be available until next Thursday.
We have attached a COVID-19 time-capsule below, which you can download and complete at home.
There are some really interesting TED talks you can watch as a family here.
Harry Potter at Home: J.K Rowling has launched a magical crafts and activities digital hub with crafts, quizzes, puzzles, and articles for new and long-time fans alike.
The British Red Cross have produced a Kindness Calendar to help young people learn about the importance of being kind to themselves and encourage them to share their kindness with others. There are 10 activities to accompany the calendar.
Shakespeare’s Globe is making available its own public streaming platform without the usual charge. You can sign up here.
Why not try CAFOD's Connect 2020 Challenge?
The Hampstead Theatre have also released a series of plays to view online. They are currently streaming a play called Wonderland about the miners' strike during the 1980s. To access the plays click here.
There are a number of art galleries you can visit via the Art pages on our website.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra is hosting some online performances, which you can access here.
Well-being charity, Action for Happiness have published their Meaningful May calendar full of ideas and top tips to help us respond to the global crisis with a sense of purpose and meaning:
This BSL course to learn sign language is currently FREE for under 18s! Why not let your children learn a new skill that they will be unlikely to pick up at school? Children receive an official certificate once completed. Click here to enrol.
The Creative Dimension Trust are providing online workshops in a range of creative fields, from mask design, art and fashion. Click here to find out more.
The Scouts have set up website with some great projects that you can do at home. Go to the Great Indoors to find out more.
You can all do PE at home at 9am each day with Joe Wicks. Go to his YouTube channel for live PE every morning at 09.00!