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Work out a routine, start the day with some physical activity. PE with Joe Wicks has been live streaming on YouTube every morning for the last 13 weeks at 9. All his workouts, some with quizzes and some with music are available on YouTube so you can revisit them or try them out for the first time. Make up an exercise session for everyone
Work out a routine, start the day with some physical activity. PE with Joe Wicks has been live streaming on YouTube every morning for the last 13 weeks at 9. All his workouts, some with quizzes and some with music are available on YouTube so you can revisit them or try them out for the first time. Make up an exercise session for everyone at home and set yourself a challenge to beat. Check out PE for wheelchair users too.
What is your dream job? Maybe you have a part-time job already. You might be worried about how precarious life can be. Take some time to think through what sort of job you would like. Check out Working Options who have a great student zone.
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Make some meals for your at-home community. Dig out the recipe books or cards, or check out some ideas online. Invent your own combinations and put the ingredients on the family shopping list. BBC Good Food has some great ideas for simple but tasty food. Why not try Jamie Oliver too?
New Ventures Trust is based in Stroud and work across Gloucestershire. Our ideas can be followed wherever you live. You can use our local page to give you inspiration to find out about your local area and visit where you can and plan to visit those places you can't go to at the moment. Things are slowly re-opening which is amazing, but we all still still need to keep to the 2m distancing rule.
What new music have you discovered during lockdown? Check out Ten Pieces on the BBC Teach website. If you are dedicated musician, you will love the extra time to practise and create your own music. Share your best with us and enthuse others with your passion.