Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake return in an all-star sequel to DreamWorks Animation’s 2016 musical hit: Trolls World Tour and we have some awesome activity sheets for the kids to celebrate! Just click on the links to download! Trolls World Tour Activity 1 Trolls World Tour Activity 2 – Spot the Difference TrollsRead More →

Belfast Zoo is helping to spread some positivity and coming to you through the world of social media while it is temporarily closed to the public due to Covid19. The dedicated zoo team are providing regular updates so you don’t miss out on the animal antics, and posting them onRead More →

Northern Ireland’s education system is under “extreme pressure” and “cannot fulfil its obligation” to all children with special educational needs (SEN). These were just some of the critical claims presented by the Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People (NICCY), Koulla Yiasouma, in the robust report published on theRead More →

Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey and Education Minister Peter Weir have announced plans to make sure families do not experience hardship as a result of schools closing. Communities Minister, Deirdre Hargey said: “We have taken action so that almost 97,000 children who are entitled to free school meals will benefit. IRead More →

SPAR, EUROSPAR and VIVO in Northern Ireland have published a list of 225 community stores that are offering home delivery during the Coronavirus outbreak. Following the latest enforcements from the Government to tackle the spread of the virus, the Henderson Group which owns the brands in Northern Ireland is callingRead More →

Health Minister Robin Swann has today published details of a new bespoke home childcare scheme to meet the childcare needs of keyworkers during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Minister said: “I have been very clear in my message that staying at home will save lives.  I am very aware that keyworkersRead More →

The Education Minister Peter Weir has written to educational settings in relation to COVID-19 (coronavirus) You will be aware that yesterday afternoon (Wednesday 18 March) the First Minister and deputy First Minister announced a radical package of measures that the Executive is taking immediately to deal with the unprecedented challengesRead More →

By Natasha Geary Ten years ago my opinion on gardening was something like this: It’s for ‘old’ people, people with time on their hands and people who aren’t fit enough to do anything else. This Christmas my favourite present was a five-year gardening journal! It’s full of pockets for plantRead More →

The big parades might be postponed but it’s still St. Patrick’s Day and if you and the kids are celebrating at home here’s our Ni4kids round-up of super suggestions for St. Patrick’s Day shenanigans… Crafty Kids ☘️ Rock Art. Search the garden for some round, flat pebbles paint white andRead More →