My Activity Passport

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Last December, Damian Hinds introduced the Children’s Activity Passport, an editable activity checklist for children under 11. It’s not a statutory requirement for primary school children and is more targeted as ideas parents and carers can use to broaden their child’s experience as well as having fun together. You can download a Word version here: My_Activity_Passport_Rosendale_editable

If you do start using one, please tell us how you’re getting on and whether you’ve come up with some even more exciting ideas for inclusion.

Further information:
For full details refer to the DfE website at https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/my-activity-passport or email them at activity.passport@education.gov.uk.
My activity passport: supporting resources: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/my-activity-passport/my-activity-passport-supporting-resources
A useful forum can be found at https://activitypassports.co.uk/

 

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