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  • 1 Feb 2014

    Get involved this National Story-telling Week

    Thought storytelling was just for kids? Think again. National Storytelling Week, taking place from 1st-8th February is a celebration of all that is wonderful about this ancient art. Founded and organised by the Society for Storytelling, this annual event is now in its 14th year with an estimated audience of 17,000 people. National Storytelling Week is a chance for communities to come together to enjoy this communicative art in schools, libraries, community centres, cafes, museums and homes. It celebrates the imagination and cultures all over the world, bringing people together through sharing tantalising tales and stimulating stories. […] more

  • 10 Jan 2014

    For children who like to ask questions

    Using a fun mix of science, arts and general knowledge, Aquila magazine will capture their interest with an exciting new topic every month. AQUILA is a monthly educational magazine that will keep children busy with intelligent, advert-free reading. Each issue will stretch their learning skills with a mixture of factual articles, puzzles and fun activities. The magazine will also nudge children’s awareness in the right direction with thought-provoking articles that sometimes include elements of philosophy, health and well-being. […] more

  • 25 Nov 2013

    Celebrate tree week

    So you're a green parent and want to preserve the environment for generations to come? National Tree Week, running from 23rd November to 1st December, is the perfect chance to express your love of nature and children by planting trees. Each year, the Tree Council invites people to get involved with the UK's biggest tree-planting event, launching the start of the winter tree planting season. Schools, community groups, volunteer organisation and local authorities all get involved in National Tree Week, and there are plenty of events to attend. […] more

  • 18 Nov 2013

    Help your child beat bullying

    Bullying can be one of the most challenging experiences our children might face away from the safety of the home. And it can be incredibly dis-empowering for parents, who want to protect their children and despair at seeing them upset, but don't know what to do. Children can be cruel and, as books like Lord of the Flies show, are adept at spotting difference and weakness in their peers. Bullying often comes from a place of fear: the perpetrating child may have difficulties at home, or feel anxious themselves at school. […] more

  • 15 Oct 2013

    Learning as a family

    Running from 19th October to 3rd November, the Family Learning Festival is the biggest annual celebration of family learning in the UK. It’s coordinated by the Campaign for Learning, a charity whose sole purpose is championing lifelong learning. The Family Learning Festival celebrates that a child’s most important learning takes place within the home, with their loved ones. Family learning can lead to powerful benefits for both children and their parents; children’s educational outcomes are strongly influenced by parental involvement in their learning; and parents and carers are often motivated to learn as a result of being involved in family learning activities. […] more

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