Norfolk Libraries and the Reading Agency present Silly Squad, the Summer Reading Challenge for 2020.
The Summer Reading Challenge has moved online this year children can join now!
Visit the summer reading challenge website, where you'll meet the Silly Squad - a loveable bunch of animals who run a fantastic fun house! But beware: a mysterious baddy is waiting to spoil the fun!
Children taking part online will find out more about the fantastic characters and unlock digital rewards, activities and video content as rewards for their reading.
You can find all this and more at www.summerreadingchallenge.org.uk
Please note, when signing up, you will need to create an adult account before creating one for your child, to ensure you child has appropriate permission. Check out our YouTube channel for a video explaining the process
Norfolk Community Directory contains activities, services and groups to help all Norfolk residents live healthy, active and fulfilling lives.
You should find something to help you, whether you want to: keep healthy, be sociable, physically active, mentally active, raise your aspirations for educational achievement, help your community, stay independent, feel included, get involved, improve your well-being, stay safe, find suitable care and support, find help looking after your children, or get family support. We also provide information which supports the Local Offer, Care Act and Childcare Act.
FREE ONLINE COURSES – EARLY YEARS
Adult Learning is providing a wide variety of online free courses available on subjects such as Family Fun; Back to School; Getting Reading for School.
NOTE: The Adult Learning pages have lots of interesting courses for adults.
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