I Express Myself Through Acting with Bukky Bukray, Kia Pegg & More | BAFTA Kids
Join Bukky Bukray (Rocks), Kia Pegg (The Dumping Ground), Patrick Ward (Jamie Johnson) and Tom Clarke-Hill (Robozuna) to learn all about how expressing yours...
Role Play for Children has so many benefits and not only for their Mental Health
4th February 2021
I Express Myself Through Writing with Shaun Duggan, Sharna Jackson and More | BAFTA Kids
Join Shaun Duggan (Jamie Johnson), Sharna Jackson (High Rise Mystery), James Lamont (The Adventures of Paddington) and Holly Phillips (Get Even) to learn all with an activity idea from one of Oak National Academy’s English teachers.
Today I Feel.... A template for children to use, to help them to express how they feel from https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/533676624589828307/
I Express Myself Through Dance with Oti Mabuse, JJ Chalmers & Christina Andrea | BAFTA Kids
Join Oti Mabuse, JJ Chalmers and choreographer Christina Andrea to learn all about how expressing yourself through dance can be beneficial for your mental he...
The Benefits of Dance & Movement - not just for the children, but for adults too!
2nd February 2021
I Express Myself Through Creating Content with Nikki Lilly, Luke Franks & More | BAFTA Kids
Join Nikki Lilly, Luke Franks, director Jermain Julien and comedian Inel Tomlinson to learn all about how creating content, whether it's create videos, or using Purple Mash to create your own games using Code. Technology when used safely, can be a good way for Children to express themselves.
Social Media & Mental Health
The Squiggle Game - Children's Mental Health Week 2021
For more activities ideas visit www.childrensmentalhealthweek.org.uk
1st February 2021
I Express Myself Through Art with Hannah Brooks, Annabelle Davis, Oli Hyatt and Ayo Norman-Williams
Join Hannah Brooks (Aardman), Annabelle Davis (The Dumping Ground), Oli Hyatt (Blue Zoo Studios) and Ayo Norman-Williams (2018 BAFTA Young Game Designer fina...
Draw Your Feelings - Children's Mental Health Week 2021
For more activity ideas visit www.childrensmentalhealthweek.org.uk
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