Emotional or Spiritual Support
If you need any emotional or spiritual support - please contact Suzanne (firstname.lastname@example.org or 01202 883721) and Lorraine email@example.com). Whilst the Church building may be closed, we might not be able to meet for worship as usual, but the clergy are working on other ways to keep us all connected. Do join us for our weekly online live streamed services on YouTube at 10am each Sunday.. Do check the website often for material to help you with maintaining our life together in different ways.
For digital resources from the Church of England click here.
If you require practical help - Colehill Parish Council, working in conjunction with other agencies are helping to co-ordinate the local response to the situation caused by the Coronavirus outbreak. If you need help, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or text/telephone 07857 597502 or 07857 598158 . We will need your name, telephone number, address and email address. By giving them your details you are giving them permission to hold your data. More information at www.colehill.gov.uk/resilience
Around the world we are having to find increasingly creative ways to keep ourselves amused within the four walls of our homes. So here are some of our suggestions.
Learn My Way - Free Online Course to Develop Digital Skills
Learn My Way is a website of free online courses.
Over thirty free courses designed for beginners to get started with the online basics.
There are modules to help people make video calls, socialise online and shop online.
Even if you don't need them yourself, please signpost people to these useful resources.
If you set up an account, please type in the name of your local library as your learning centre.
Classic FM has an updating list of Classical music organisations live-streaming, or that have made their concert archives available online:
Join an on-line choir. Choirs, like the Stay At Home Choir https://www.stayathomechoir.com/ and Gareth Malone’s Great British Home Chorus, practise every day live at 5.30pm on You Tube, but you can watch later if you missed it.
Register here https://decca.com/greatbritishhomechorus/ for copies of the music.
Opera from the Metropolitan Opera.
Watch a streamed Theatre Performance
Every Thursday from 7pm, you will be able to watch some of the best British theatre brought to you by the National Theatre from the comfort of your living room via YouTube.
Here is a list of musicals and plays that are streaming too. Click Here
If Joe Wicks is not for you, there are lots of other free work outs - Try the Body Project
on Youtube. Daniel is a great motivator and there are lots of low impact exercise routines.
If you'd like to take up Yoga, try on You Tube - Yoga with Adriene
is running child and adult dance classes live on Facebook, Instagram and Youtube, but you can also watch them back do them at your convenience.
Also former Stirctly Pro Ian Waite is running live Fitstep classes on Instagram and on Facebook (follow Fitsteps page) These will take place on Tuesday and Thursday night at 7pm.
The Ballet Coach
runs everything from toddler classes, to primary to adult stretch to Grandparent classes - live on Facebook or Instagram. She'll soon be coming live on Youtube too, so keep your eye out.
Visit the zoo or a a museum - there are lots of virtual tours you can take.
List of zoos.
List of museums
This 3D tour of the Oxford Musuem of Natural History
is very cool.
- 100 objects from museums across the UK with resources, information and teaching ideas to inspire your students’ interest in history
Learn a Language
Download the app Duolingo to learn a multitude of languages.
Audible is free for the duration. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. Download the app to get started.
Google 3D Interactive Animal - have a little fun with your phone and view a lion, panda, bear, penguin and much more, 3D in your living room. Find out more here.
Get inspired for activities to do at home on this Cherubs blog - Rainy Day, Any Day Activities
Join Captain Fantastic's Online Toddler Group - Monday to Friday.
The Ballet Coach lovely toddler classes live on Facebook or Instagram. She'll soon be coming live on Youtube too, so keep your eye out.
Here are some past toddler group crafts to inspire you
This is the Imagination Tree Best Ever No Cook Play Dough Recipe that Cherubs use. Highly recommended.
There are lots of great blogs to follow and inspire you with crafts and activities - some are all ages, some are better for young children - all with websites and facebook pages:
Picklebums - https://picklebums.com/ - from toddlers to teens, Picklebums has a wide range of ideas and printables.
The Imagination Tree - https://theimaginationtree.com/ - great for toddlers and early years.
The Craft Train - https://www.thecrafttrain.com/ - great for craft ideas for toddlers and young children.
I Heart Crafty Things - https://iheartcraftythings.com/ - great for craft ideas for toddlers and young children.
krokotak - http://krokotak.com/ - great for printable arts and crafts for all ages
Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls - https://frugalfun4boys.com/ - lots of activities for all ages.
No Time For Flash Cards - Early Childhood Education - https://www.notimeforflashcards.com/ - early years ideas.
reading a story every day at 11am ?https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/
is reading a chapter of How to Train Your Dragon each day. How to Train Your Dragon.
is doing live demonstrations at 6pm UK time on how to draw cartoons. There are some videos on the page too, should you not want to wait around till 6pm. https://www.facebook.com/harptoons/
TTS Free Activity Packs
for Early Years, KS1 & KS2 - Click here
Classroom Secrets Activity Packs
by Year Groups from Early Years to Year 6 - Click Here
Mr French -
free workbook for Year 3,4,5 & 6 - Click Here
The Ballet Coach
lovely runs a range of children's classes live on Facebook or Instagram. She'll soon be coming live on Youtube too, so keep your eye out.
- iconic ‘in One Take’ video series on our popular YouTube channel provides a high octane tour through events such as World War One and the Cold War. https://www.youtube.com/user/HistoryBombs
- great for printable arts and crafts for all ages
Printable Lego Challenge
- we like this one from Picklebums - https://picklebums.com/building-challenge-cards/
A weeks worth of fun, writing prompts
for 6-8 year olds (tested successful on an unenthusiastic writer) https://picklebums.com/writing-prompts-for-kids/
Talk 4 Writing
- have excellent writing have produced a wide range of home-school English booklets for Reception to Year 6. No registration is required and they are free to download.. https://www.talk4writing.com/home-school-units/