What to do this Half Term

No sooner is Christmas over, than half term begins. Although the little ones might have got the latest toys, thereai??i??s a multitude of ways ai??i?? and things to do ai??i?? to survive the half term. We give you a few ideas to help relieve the pressure of making this the best half term yet…



Imagine Childrenai??i??s Festival ai??i?? 9th-22nd Feb

For two weeks, children take over the Southbank Centre which will be hosting multiple shows and activities for all ages.

There will be guest readings by Russell Brand, Judith Kerr and many more, as well as orchestra performances. You can take under 5s too ai??i?? a complete family day out!


Peppa Pig: The Golden Boots

ppbootsA 15 minute movie special that will air along nine other Peppa Pig episodes, this loveable little pig will hit screens to keep the little ones highly entertained. Where are her boots?

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Shaun the Sheep: The Movie

Before the pig, there was a sheep. Follow Shaun and his flock on their city quest and see if they all get home safely!

V&A Museum of Childhood


From dollai??i??s houses and miniature worlds to daily activities, take a trip down memory lane and learn even more about toys!

Shop all Toys


Support your Nation


Itai??i??s a BIG rugby season so get involved whether youai??i??re at home or going to a game!

Shop Howick Junior

The Great Outdoors

Weather permitting; a walk along the beach or in the park is always an exciting prospect. Armed with wellies (we know itai??i??s not bare foot weather) and outdoor games, adventure in rock pools, dig for hidden treasures and then make your way for a marshmallow hot chocolate ai??i?? can we come?

Shop Kidsai??i?? Coats & Jackets

Shop Kidsai??i?? Shoes & Boots


Staying In


Sometimes a downpour and ice cold winds means the outdoors is a no go. Instead, get creative at home whether you need a mini helper in the kitchen or arts and crafts to keep them occupied!

Shop Arts & Crafts

Bianca Matley

My name's Bianca, Menswear Editor. Contrary to belief, I love Eastenders but wasn't named after the character... heyday of hoops and ponytail quickly erased from memory. Times have changed (thankfully) and although I love beauty, I equally love a good men's oxford shirt and jacket or two, for myself of course. You'll now find me flicking through men's magazine pages and my favourites list is increasingly becoming male dominated. Dare I say, there's a lot to learn from their style...

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