Robbie Williams comes to Burslem Park!
In Just the Ticket, the characters are frantically searching Burslem Park after losing their tickets to Robbie Williams’ planned homecoming gig at Port Vale stadium. They meet a dark-haired stranger in a Port Vale cap who seems very familiar…
If you live within walking distance of Burslem Park, take part in Just the Ticket as your daily exercise!
If you don't live within walking distance of Burslem Park - there's plenty of Story Quest fun you can take part in at home! Check out the Story Quest at Home activities below.
The Eggciting Easter AdventureDesign your own eggstra special Story Quest by hosting an Easter egg hunt in your own home!Download
Write your own Story QuestLearn how to create a Story Quest in your own home.Download
The Lost DogValiant has vanished! Help the gang find their four-legged friend.Download
Zoom to the MoonCelebrate International Space Day as the gang find themselves flying through outer space!Download
Make your own mini bookLearn how to make a miniature book using just paper and scissors - then fill it with a Story Quest!Download
Back to School SuperheroesHelp your child get ready for returning to school with this fun story centred around wellbeing.Download
Story Quest and coronavirus
Government advice and Sport England state that staying physically active during times of social distancing is important for both our physical and mental wellbeing. Story Quest trails enable you to follow the new government guidelines and complete your one form of exercise a day in local green spaces, providing an alternative to going to the playground.
Story Quest also supports children to access important elements of the National Curriculum during school closures including:
- English – developing reading and writing skills
- P.E – physical activities
- Geography – map reading skills and challenges
Story Quest advice
The single most important action we can all take, in fighting coronavirus, is to stay at home in order to protect the NHS and save lives. You should only leave the house to buy food, for health reasons, essential work or exercise. You are only allowed to leave the house for exercise once a day.
Following government guidelines, you can go for a walk in the park with people who live in your house for exercise, but please remember to:
- Wash your hands before and after your completing a story, and then again as soon as you get home.
- Make sure you stay two metres away from anyone who does not live in your house, even if they are friends or family.
- Do not leave the house if you or any family members are showing any of the sign of the virus.
- Don’t go into the playground – even if the characters in the stories do.