In this age of daily dieting, healthy eating and a multitude of health and fitness DVDs we all know by now that the earlier our kids are shown how to choose the right foods to eat, also how to incorporate physical activity Continue reading “SHOCKING TRUTH ABOUT PRIMARY SCHOOL DINNERS”


Poorest kid in UK told they ‘should start school age two’

  • July 2015
Boot washing
Pre-schools based on the same site as primary schools can help track a child’s progress

The poorest children should be taught in primary schools from the age of two, Ofsted’s chief inspector has said.

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Schools Health and Safety Myths

Sensible Health and Safety in Schools – The Myths

12th July 2015

School Health and Safety

According to research by the University of Exeter, children come second in the list of groups most affected by health and safety myths. In this article, Michael Evans looks at some of these myths and at how schools can Continue reading “Schools Health and Safety Myths”

Reality about primary schools

The modern day primary schools in some ways is dictated by the beliefs of the parents, holding back the free flowing education that primary schools at large promote, one of the most controversial area is letting kids go on the school residential away days, this alone stirs up so much debate, in reality the participation allows pupils in most cases to interact with others from other schools on a day to day basis, also helps them develop listening skills as they must follow instructions from leaders and helpers from these residential establishments. Continue reading “Reality about primary schools”