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  • 20 Oct 2014

    What baking a cake teaches a child

    As every home educator knows, children learn best when they’re having fun. Most parents, whether they home educate or not, soon become aware of this fact through watching a child’s face light up in recognition when a dull text book fact comes to life through play. It could, and has, been argued that real learning doesn’t take place in an artificial classroom environment, but through a child’s engagement with the world around them. The joy of sharing that learning with our children is unbounded, and a lot of the time we are re-learning forgotten things or discovering concepts anew. […] more

  • 3 Oct 2014

    Open Day at Brockwood

    Brockwood Park School is celebrating 45 years since they opened their doors to welcome students from across the globe. Founded by Jiddu Krishnamurti and located in the beautiful Hampshire countryside, this Open Day on 15th November 2014 is a wonderful opportunity for families and friends to experience a day at Brockwood, to observe classes, take a tour, listen to presentations and of course no celebration at Brockwood would be the same without some music and refreshments! […] more

  • 8 Sep 2014

    WIN A WOODEN BALL TRACK BY HABA WORTH £42

    The Toadstool is the home of fun, high quality pre-school toys which inspire and stimulate the natural creativity and learning of young children. All products are handpicked by The Toadstool team to make sure they only offer the very best toys which are not only beautiful in design but also fun and made to last. […] more

  • 1 Sep 2014

    Making time for your own interests

    Parenting is the most consuming and full-on job we’ll ever do, full of joys, anxieties, laughter, tears, and pretty much every emotion we’ve ever bottled up and hoped never to feel again. There’s no doubt about it: it can be exhausting. And when we feel like we’re running on empty, it can take a superhuman effort to get everything we need to get done in the day and be the kind of parent we want to be (and hope our children will remember us being!). Although we can schedule unwinding activities into our family day – such as reading, crafting, cuddling, breastfeeding, and just being still together – it also makes sense to schedule in a little time to nurture your own interests. […] more

  • 30 Jun 2014

    Have a Field day

    Have a Field Day (definition): To experience freedom from one’s usual work schedule; to have a very enjoyable time. Have A Field Day is Fields in Trust’s way to help you, your family and your community have fun in the fresh air on your local outdoor sites. We’ve got over 80 years experience of protecting outdoor spaces for you to enjoy. And we help you have a great way of enjoying them with Have a Field Day. […] more

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