Outdoor activities you + the kids can do during lockdown to stay healthy

Outdoor activities you + the kids can do during lockdown to stay healthy

In England we are currently in another national lockdown.  Things are a little different to the first lockdown of March 2020 where playparks were closed as these and outdoor parks and gardens have remained open this time. That’s lucky as it’s the middle of winter in England and it’s freezing outside, so we’re not spending … Continue reading Outdoor activities you + the kids can do during lockdown to stay healthy

How does outdoor education benefit a child’s health?

How does outdoor education benefit a child’s health?

It’s crucial for children to explore a variety of learning environments, especially when they’re young. Since lots of children across the country have limited, or no access to a safe outdoor environment in which they can play and learn, many schools incorporate outdoor learning into their curriculum. Parents should also try and encourage it on … Continue reading How does outdoor education benefit a child’s health?

5 must-have items in your first aid kit for adventurous kids

5 must-have items in your first aid kit for adventurous kids

This blog post is a paid partnership with Safe and Sound Health. Adventure fearlessly with Safe and Sound Health’s new Kid’s Fun Plasters Being outdoors and in nature is really important to us as a family.  We want to encourage the children to have a love for the great outdoors for healthy living reasons such … Continue reading 5 must-have items in your first aid kit for adventurous kids

Legal challenge to include vegan milk in schools on par with cow’s milk

Today I want to share with you a press release about how nurseries and schools only offer free cows milk to children and not a vegan alternative.  This is something we have experienced as my son has just started school and all the children get free cows milk.  Obviously as we are vegan I have … Continue reading Legal challenge to include vegan milk in schools on par with cow’s milk

How to reduce your child’s sugar intake when they have a sweet tooth

Sugar is added to almost everything these days - even to things that we wouldn’t expect, and that don’t actually taste sweet. Things such as bread, cereals, soups, sauces, gravy, processed savoury food and more.  Literally everything that is processed and packaged in a supermarket contains added sugar.  You may not even notice it on … Continue reading How to reduce your child’s sugar intake when they have a sweet tooth