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Wellbeing Wednesday - Time Out & Time Together

13 Oct 2021

 
The Importance of Time Out & Time Together
 
We are almost there.....half term is around the corner and everyone is ready to recharge and rest, enjoy some space and time together with family and friends. 
 
With London more or less fully reopened for the first half term since February 2020 there’s plenty of activities – Halloween related or not – to get stuck into with the little ones these holidays. I have listed below some ideas for the upcoming weeks and months – we would love to hear about what you have been up to – remember booking is almost essential now with every activity.
 
CHARITY RELATED ACTIVITIES

For example

Meet Little Amal, the giant puppet
Little Amal, a 3.5 metre tall puppet of a nine year old refugee girl, is the centrepiece of ‘The Walk’, a logistically dazzling touring arts festival that has seen Amal walk from the Turkey-Syria border, across Europe and eventually on to Manchester. Before that, London, where she will be having her tenth birthday and serving as the focal point to family-friendly activities at a host of venues, from St Pauls to the Globe.
https://www.walkwithamal.org/about-us/little-amal/
 
CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

For example

Polka Theatre in Wimbledon
This theatre is back with new auditoriums, new play areas – including sensory play – new cafes and a new programme ‘Red’ – a promenade version of the Red Riding Hood story for ages six plus that takes you on a tour of the new building via the medium of an exciting adventure.
https://polkatheatre.com/event/red/
 
Family Fun at Shakespeare’s Globe
The Globe’s lively half-term programme returns for the first time in an age. The days are full of workshops and activities, ranging from tours of the theatre to demonstrations of stage sword fighting techniques. The headline events are the storytelling performances, which offer sensory interactive takes on a selection of The Bard’s greatest hits – this time ‘The Merchant of Venice’, ‘Hamlet’ ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ and ‘Julius Caesar’ for ages 5-12.
 
South Kensington Kids Festival
The SKKF is back for a 24th edition! This festival celebrates the wonders of children’s literature together in a week packed with live drawing events, workshops, films and performances with the most talented children’s writers and illustrators from both sides of the Channel and beyond: Momoko Abe, Clémentine Beauvais, Marc Boutavant, Iris de Mouy, William Grill, Sharon King-Chai, Pauline Martin, Chris Naylor-Ballesteros, Delphine Renon, Axel Scheffler and Jo Weaver.
Highlights include an exhibition of the SKKF patron, Quentin Blake, the world premiere of the film Quentin Blake – The Story of My Life and a spellbinding adaptation of The Little Prince by storyteller Matthew Crampton and pianist Olga Jegunova.
 
The Festival runs from 15-21 November – booking is essential for the weekend workshops (Saturday 20th & Sunday 21st). 
 
Evelyne Hagg our wonderful librarian will be distributing more information about the SKKF and specifically the activities being done within the school day – make sure you look out for the links being made.
 
http://southkenkidsfestival.co.uk/info/
 
ACTIVITIES AT SCHOOL
 
Bozart Club will be running for a few days over the Half Term – for details, contact Sofy Chemin
bozartclub@googlemail.com
 
A proper break is essential for children and participates to the quality of learning for the rest of the term at school.
 
Whatever you choose, we wish the children plenty of rest and lots of fun!
 
Best wishes, 
Emma Getty
Deputy Head with Responsibility for Language Learning, Safeguarding and Pastoral Care
 
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