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7 ways to improve pupil mental health through physical activity
7 ways to improve pupil mental health through physical activity
In the UK, the mental health of children and young people is a growing concern. A staggering 1 in 6 children between the ages of 5-16 are likely to ha…
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How does play support social development?
How does play support social development?
Developing various skills such as social, cognitive, and gross/fine motor are an important part of a child’s early development and promotes h…
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16 playground games for primary schools
16 playground games for primary schools
Playtime gives children and teachers valuable time away from the classroom. Although it is not a structured lesson, playtime offers infinite opportuni…
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Age-appropriate playground games for your outdoor play equipment
Age-appropriate playground games for your outdoor play equipment
We all know that children have different milestones when it comes to their physical development. It starts with tummy time and crawling and progresses…
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Getting active: Small playground ideas for schools
Getting active: Small playground ideas for schools
The number of children who regularly meet their physical activity suggested hours is less than 20%. Schools try to be creative with extracurricular cl…
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Outdoor Play: Why is it Important?
Outdoor Play: Why is it Important?
Children can spend many hours looking at electronic screens such as computers, televisions and phones and will often choose to do this over outdoor ac…
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Making the most of playtime: How to engage SEND children in outdoor play
Making the most of playtime: How to engage SEND children in outdoor play
Active play doesn’t always mean tearing around the playground in a ferocious game of tag. There are so many ways children can join in with outdoor p…
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5 ways to improve SEND provision in mainstream schools
5 ways to improve SEND provision in mainstream schools
Following the Green Paper on SEND and Alternative Provision Plans in 2023, it has been highlighted that mainstream SEND provision needs work. Not thro…
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