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Get Active – National Heart Month

Get Active – National Heart Month

Every February, British Heart Foundation, celebrate Heart Month. The aim is to encourage everyone to make a small change towards a healthier and more active lifestyle. Exercising helps to keep your heart strong. Being active helps keep your heart healthy. You can be in control by taking just 10 minutes a day to make a […]

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Take Storytelling Outdoors

Take Storytelling Outdoors

Storytelling is one of the most natural forms of communication and plays a role in child development at schools. As a specialist in playground equipment we have vast experience in creating outdoor reading and storytelling areas for schools and nurseries. Outdoor storytelling increases motivation and enables friendships to develop, as children communicate and socialise. Outdoor […]

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Get Active with Outdoor Play

Get Active with Outdoor Play

This week (9th-15th January 2017) is National Obesity Week and they are asking for everyone to join them in a national New Year’s resolution.  The aim is to do something good for January to improve health and fitness. This could be a combination of avoiding snacks, eating more nutritious food or getting active.  This can […]

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Infographic: Benefits of Outdoor Play

Infographic: Benefits of Outdoor Play

The number of children staying indoors and playing on tablets or watching the TV is increasing. It is important for children to still participate in outdoor play. The outdoors is one of the best places for children to learn and develop a number of skills. Playing outside helps children learn how to solve real life […]

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Roald Dahl Day

Roald Dahl Day

In its 13th year, Roald Dahl day takes place on the 13th September to celebrate Roald Dahl’s birthday. This year, is even more special, with it being 100 years since the birth of Roald Dahl. Numerous events are taking place across the country with schools encouraging children to dress up as their favourite character to […]

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The Big Butterfly Count

The Big Butterfly Count

The Big Butterfly count takes place from today  (15th July) until 7th August and it is a perfect opportunity to get children outdoors . The Big Butterfly Count is a nationwide survey aimed at helping specialists assess the environment. Last year, over 52,000 people took part in the survey sighting 580,000 butterflies.  Counting butterflies provides […]

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Growing Together – Benefits of School Gardening

Growing Together – Benefits of School Gardening

Children enjoy being outdoors, they’re curious, like to learn by doing and being creative. They love getting in the dirt.  Gardening can give children the satisfaction of watching something evolve from a tiny seed planted into a beautiful plant or vegetable which they can later eat. Gardening is often overlooked in the school curriculum, however, […]

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National Insect Week

National Insect Week

Today, (20th June) marks the beginning of National Insect Week. The week is aimed at encouraging children and adults of all ages to learn more about the insects that live within our surrounding environments.  National Insect Week takes place every two years, and is organise by the Royal Entomological Society. Insects are a diverse group […]

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Benefits of Outdoor Learning

Benefits of Outdoor Learning

The outdoor environment has massive potential for learning. School grounds have become just as important as inside the classroom. When children are outside they are motivated, inspired and want to learn. Empty Classroom Day on Friday 17th June is a celebration of the health and learning benefits which can be gained from being outdoors. The […]

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Benefits of Outdoor Play

Benefits of Outdoor Play

Parents of today spent their childhood playing in the streets, riding their bike with their friends and climbing trees in the park. They used to play outdoors until their parents called them in for dinner or before it got too dark Fast forward and children today are more focused on hitting that next level of […]

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