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Study Shows Kids Eat What They Watch On TV

Just as it’s been proven that brands encouraging our kids to watch YouTuber/Twitch presenters peddle Doritos and Mountain Dew increases those brands junk food sales it seems the correlation between the media we let or children engage with and their eating habits has been further illustrated in a new study which shows that kids who watch

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Creative Ways To Improve Kids “Physical Literacy”

The Telegraph have released an article this week showing 25 ways parents can get kids more active to stave off the summer holiday slum. That dreadful reduction in mobility that has been recently reported on by UKActive and Sport England. Just surf through our previous blogs this month to see the stats on how little

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P.E. As Important As Maths & English to 2/3rds of Parents.

A poll conducted by YouGov for the Youth Sports Trust surveyed 2,071 adults and the results indicate that P.E. is just as important to parents as maths, science and English. Two thirds of parents believe P.E. should get as much time in the curriculum as the core subjects. Almost half of the parents surveyed believe

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Warning Signs of Obesity Appear From Age 2

Should 2 Year Olds Be Measured To Red Flag Childhood Obesity? The Mail online seems to think so. Following conversations with Manchester Uni researchers who have determined that you may be able to see early warning signs of childhood and possible future adult obesity from as early as two years old. Research has shown us

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Standing Desk Classrooms Reduce Student BMI

An estimated 41 million children worldwide are deemed overweight or obese (World Health Organisation, 2017) A study by the World Health Organisation and Imperial College London showed that the number of obese children and adolescents has increased tenfold in the past four decades and should current trends continue then more children will be obese than

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Doctor Shortage Puts Children’s Health “At Risk”

A new report by The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) has described the Scottish paediatric workforce as on the verge of a crisis, putting children’s health ‘At Risk’. Scotland are lagging behind England in the recruitment of Paediatric consultants and would need a 25% increase to meet required standards. Kids doctor shortfall puts

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US Schools Spending on Standing Classrooms

An American public school district has spent over $30,000 on flexible seating in the process of revising their campus facilities. School board records show that Illinois based David Jakes Designs has been paid that much as a consultant plus the cost of the furniture itself to provide expertise and design advice to schools such as

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Kids To Be Taught To Sleep + Go Outside With Friends in 2020

It seems the government is backing up its claims that preventative medicine and mental health are now a priority. Following pressure to vastly improve our country’s safeguarding of vulnerable groups now by September 2020 school children as young as 4 years old will be taught compulsory lessons about the importance of sleep, looking after their

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Teach or Tech. Apples Reach is Hitting the Education Sector.

Apples push into the education sector has hit the headlines again as Metro has written a rather glowing account of their education tech designed to bolster creativity and coding skills with free classroom apps and a 9.7inch iPad designed for school pupils. It seems Apple is aiming to make the iPad as essential as the calculator

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