We are pleased to bring you the Summer Edition 3 of the Rainbow Book. This is the last of 3 books that we have produced over the summer holidays. We hope that we have helped to provide plenty of activities to keep you busy and active.
A number of schools have uploaded the booklets onto their school website, others have printed and sent them out to families, whilst others have circulated them electronically through their newsletter. We are more than happy for you to promote, share and utilise the resources however you see fit.
As always, further details including previous editions can all be found and downloaded on the official webpage. Remember if you haven’t signed up and pledged your support you can also do this below too:
The Rainbow Book will be back in the new academic year with new strands and some exciting new activities and ideas for schools to incorporate into their Rainbow Hours from September. We hope to be able to reveal further details on the Rainbow Bus too!
REMEMBER we would love to hear what you have been getting up to over the summer so please share with us at #blackcountryrainbowhour .
Keep your eyes peeled to see if your school makes the highlights video which is currently being collated and will be shared in the coming weeks.
If you have any comments, questions or would like to discuss any aspect of The Black Country Rainbow Hour, please get in touch with Sam Perks in the first instance.
Thanks for all your support and continue to have a good summer.
The Art Room at Home
The Art Room team have created a series of projects for primary aged children to make at home together with parents, carers, other family members, and teachers.
Their latestArt Room at Home project, Superhero, will encourage children to explore their strengths and the ways in which they can summon their ‘superpowers’ ahead of the new school term.