Friday 8th May marks the 75th Anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, 8th May 1945.
You can find out about the history behind this celebration on the English Heritage website. We thought it would be nice to mark the occasion by creating a celebration picnic, tea party or by decorating your front door. For loads more ideas of what to do, you can download the pack from the website (or here). The pack includes sing along songs, dances, bunting to decorate, recipes and much more! Design your own tea cup printable: download here
Art and History
The Tate museum is packed with games and activities for you to enjoy from home.
The Natural History Museum
Explore the Museum and maybe you will come across some artefacts from one of your previous topics!
The British Museum
This self led virtual tour allows you to dip into the art, history and culture of civilizations over time and read about these fascinating artefacts.
If you're looking for some inspiration for your art, you can take this virtual tour and look at some other masterpieces up close. Each painting comes with an audio description to help you to understand the piece even better.
Tune in every Monday at 9.30am or listen to the podcasts at anytime via BBC Sounds. Presented by Greg Jenner from the TV show Horrible Histories!
Music, Theatre and Literature
Free musical streaming from Andrew Lloyd Webber
Sit back, maybe grab a handful of popcorn and watch one of Andrew Lloyd Webber's famous shows available to steam live each weekend.
Completely free for all children and families, the extraordinary collection of short stories, poems, essays and pictures has contributions from more than 110 children’s writers and illustrators.
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