Spark Arts Festival Fun things to do over the half term - check out the website for more information for each activities - on line. Sofa dance, theatre shows, some live, some recorded. Pay what you can afford or even FREE.
Mansfield Half termThis is a link to the District Councils website about half term activities but there are links to their Facebook pages so you can get up to date informaion.
Radio StarListen on Mansfield 103FM - Friday 12th Feb. 5pm to 5.10pm. Will be a short piece on oral history including our very own pupil Lydia, who has recorded her grandad's memory of being in Mansfield when the Queen visited in the 1970's.
Palace Writing Competitions - deadline - end of March. Write your way into a prize by giving one of these competitions a go!! You can write about your take on the year 2020 or about memories of Mansfield - yours or an older persons.
CBBC You Tube channelThe BBC have let us know that the CBBC You Tube channel is being revamped for entertainment at half term and outside of home-schooling hours. Suitable for 5-11 year olds. It has all the top CBBC brands on there, with a wide range of genres from factual shows, news, dramas, comedy to entertainment. Programmes like Horrible Histories, Blue Peter, Newsround, The Next Step, Saturday Mash-Up, Operation Ouch, the Playlist, the Dumping Ground, Heirs of the Night and Jamie Johnson. We are also welcoming back Dani Harmer in the brilliant new programme My Mum Tracy Beaker.
Nottingham Playhouse - half term activities.You could apply for help with the costs by filling in a simple form on this website. There are lots of fun activities, including drama games, dance, creative writing and even a Radio Play In Half a Day!
Julia Donaldson and Axel Schiffer books and illustrations about Covid 19 - these are lovely to help the children understand about the virus.
Inspire - Library books on lineWe've added this link again to our website as yesterday a parent asked about additional reading books. You can download children's books - you just need your library card and number. If you don't have a library card then you can ring the library and they will help you.
25/8/20 A New Book made especially for youTwo local artists have created a new story book just for you. It is a really lovely story about characters you could find in your own home, with a bit of imagination. There are also lots of craft activities. So if you are looking for ideas during the last week of the holidays, then follow this link. Great for a wet day!
11/8/20 Digger Fun
10.8.20 Whats happening on the school site today.
Exciting things are happening on the school site today with KS Building UK LTD moving soil around to recreate the banking. Most young children enjoy watching a digger in action so we took a little video clip to show you!!
Mansfield TownscapeReviving our town centre heritage - take a look to see what you could get involved with, including a children's art project with prizes.
Dance UniteThursday 16th July at 11am - you could be joining lots of other children dancing the same steps at the same time. A real community feel. Mrs Stocks is involved with the children in school
The Big Veg TakedownThe Online Adventures of Walter Lemonface An animated, interactive story where you decide what happens next!
Upload Festival - 27th and 28th JuneA virtual FREE festival with three different stage fro musicians, actors, poets, comedians and much more... even a fun fair! Take a look there should be some Asquith pupils taking part!
Children in Need Design a DuckFor the chance to have your duck taking place in the annual sweep stake then take a look at this website and download the duck template
Thank a Teacher Day - 20th May 2020You might just send a email to your teacher to say thank you for all you are doing OR you might go on this website for ideas. I'm not a teacher so i can put this on our website but SHHHH don't tell them i suggested it!!!!
Sing Up at Home This website has lots of free singing resources to keep kids learning and singing outside of school. Mr Hynd has recommended you all take a look, as it's great fun, with silly songs, relaxing songs, songs to get you moving or to inspire you. There are Makaton or British Sign Language videos as well as songs for learning, some linked to the topics you are learning about at home.
Victory in Europe Day - 75 yearsThis is a great film written and performed by Jack Burrows, working with The Palace Theatre. It is an informative, short film telling you about World War II, Anderson shelters, being an evacuee, Churchill and how the end of war in Europe was celebrated. Well worth the 13mins to watch.
Mansfield's VE Day celebrations for Friday 8th MayThis link is to Mansfield District Council's website showing activities to go with your learning about VE Day, especially the above film clip done by Jack Burrows. There are some great recipes and activities, particularly one connected to the situation we are now in, called 'looking to the future'. MDC also has a VE Facebook page you can look at. .
Victory in Europe Day - Old Photographs of VE Day celebrations, 75 years ago. Take a look at these old photographs on the Imperial War Museum website to find out more about why Friday 8th May is a Bank Holiday and why we sent you a Union Flag pack in your home learning bag this week. Maybe you can have a Stay at Home Party to celebrate and commemorate 75 years since the end of World War II in Europe.
Lakeside Arts - websiteThere are some great activities on this website - particularly the audio stories and interactive storytelling.
The Book Trust's Pyjamarama : Friday 1 May Celebrate the bedtime story and reading together, by joining in this year's Pyjamarama, when families across the country can join in a festival of story-filled fun at home.
The Daily Mile at HomeFollow the link below to some Daily Mile Family Fun Challenges to do while you are taking your daily exercise.
Math resources We have been sent this link with some real life money/math exercises for the children to take a look at.
Inspire On-Line - range of activities for all ages linked to books and audio reading, some signed stories, videos of stories being read, musical theatre and stage shows, links to other websites with activities for young children.
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