As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures, many young people have been working from home for the first time. But this doesn’t mean learning, or creativity, need to stop.
Whether you're a parent looking for inspiration or a student wanting to get creative, we've got lots of resources and ideas you can use.
Shakespeare’s play King Lear was first performed in 1606, shortly after a major outbreak of plague had shut down much of London, so it’s possible he wrote the play during that time. But if you’re not feeling inspired to write your own play just yet, below is a list of the content we already have that will help you to keep learning about his.
We know this is a very challenging time for everyone. If you are experiencing feelings of isolation or have other wellbeing concerns, you may find the Heads Together website helpful. Other useful sites include themix.org.uk which provides practical support to under 25’s and Young Minds.