Activity Aces

Hello and welcome to the new Activity Aces Page !!!

This page will be where you will be able to see all the information regarding the Fabulous and Fantastic Activities we have at school.

Due to the unusual times we find ourselves experiencing at the moment, I thought that we could get some fun ideas from the Activity Aces coaches, for activities you can do at home.


Phill Daley, our sports coach, said that now is a fantastic opportunity for the footballers amongst you to get some practise of your Keepie – Uppies !! He also suggested that you could have some relay races with your family, build your own obstacle course, using pillows, chairs, blankets etc. Or you could set yourself a challenge for doing 20 Star Jumps followed by 20 Sit Ups and see how many repetitions you can do ??


Alan Pugh, our dance instructor, has suggested that you could try designing a new Easter style dance, or perhaps have a virtual disco ? He very much looks forward to seeing your new moves when we return to school !


Cookery Club. We would love to hear about all your amazing cakes and bakes when we return to school. I thought that I might try putting a recipe on here for you, if you want me to put a recipe on for something else we have made, just let me know.


I thought that I might start with Sausage Rolls. This is something that we are always requested to make in Cookery Club. There are a couple of Red Alerts. One, you may be handling raw meat, so it is essential that you wash your hands straight away. Two, you will need to use an oven. You will need to get an adult to help you. The sausage rolls will also be incredibly hot when you take them out of the oven, so you need to be really careful.

Homemade Sausage Rolls | BBC Good Food




You will need shop bought puff pastry and either pork, beef, chicken or vegetarian sausages. You will also need some milk. Please pre-heat your oven, Gas Mark 5, 190 C, 375 F and 170 C for a fan oven. Roll your pastry out in accordance with the manufacturers instructions. Cut into equal squares, slightly longer than your sausage in length and approximately 8cm wide. Brush around the edges of the pastry with milk, (like the frame of a window). Remove any skin from the sausage and place onto the edge of the pastry. Roll the pastry firmly around the sausage and seal the ends, then brush all over with milk. Place the sausage rolls, joint side down on a baking tray lined with baking paper and cut two small slits into the top of the pastry. Carefully place in the centre of a pre-heated oven and bake for approximately 20 mins until golden brown. Remove from the oven and leave to cool on a wire tray. Now enjoy !!


If you make the above sausage rolls or if you do any of the activities mentioned and you are able to send then to me, then my email address is; Or send them directly to @KceSafe.


Keep well, Keep safe and I very much look forward to seeing you all soon.


Miss Parr.


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