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The following links provide access to providers of enrichment activities, such as those included in the Department for Education’s (DfE) template, as well as resources you can use to help generate ideas for activities.
Action for Children
Build Sound Minds is an Action for Children campaign for improving young people’s emotional wellbeing, offering advice on how to support your child and look after yourself.
Council for Learning Outside the Classroom
LOtC resources contain a range of resources from various organisations offering children experiences outside the classroom.
Every Child Should
Every Child Should has lots of information and resources related to passport/bucket list approaches.
Transforming Young People and Communities is a Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues publication in collaboration with the #iwill campaign and 100 Headteachers, Principals and Senior Leaders in schools and colleges across the UK who embed youth social action in their school culture and practice so that all of their students are involved.
The resource includes case studies of the schools and colleges involved within it, which have ideas to inspire schools around youth social action.
50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾ is a list of 50 activities for primary-aged children to try, encouraging them to get outside, explore and discover.
Make learning part of life offers support for parents on learning at home and the value of linking it to the curriculum.
Join the adventure has details of local groups where you can get involved.