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Outdoor learning – a great way to help “Corona” back to school?

Scotland’s local authorities are looking to increase outdoor learning as a template to help social distancing when schools go back. It seems, weather permitting, a sound idea. Cameron Sprague is a senior team leader at Stramash Nursery in Fort William. He said: “It’s always been the case that infection control is easier outdoors. We never

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650,000 children have returned to Danish day care centres and primary schools

Denmark has become the first European country under lockdown to start reopening schools, sparking conflict between health officials and concerned parents. Around 650,000 children have returned to day care centres and primary schools in the first phase of the Danish government’s reopening strategy. So what is actually happening in Denmark? Kindergartens and the first five forms in

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Denmark opens Primary Schools after COVID 19

Denmark was one of the first European countries to impose lockdown and is now the first to re-open Primary Schools. Re-opening Primary Schools seems to be one of the earlier benchmarks Governments are considering to relax full lockdown rules. Germany is probably going to be the next. The reasons why? We need to get employed

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Remote Working – Will there be more of it?

Flexible working has become more common place over the last few years. In the last few weeks it’s become the norm for a very large number of people. Is it working? Do we like it? Has it got more of a future in normal working practice? This is how we see it..the pro’s and the

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Movement is magic and medicine…

So here we are in lock down. It’s not a nice word and instantly we associate it with negative emotions and feelings. It indicates that we’re trapped and unable to move about freely…to do what we want. Human’s need to move to be healthy and happy both physically and mentally. It’s a fact. Not one

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US Project Based Schools Show How Antiquated We Are In The UK

In a political climate where politicians’ are pushing to increase class sizes, some schools are earning a gleaming reputation for pushing back against the norm and keeping classes small. We are in a time of flux with standardised tests, the debate as to whether the pressure from GCSE’s and SAT’s are too disruptive to pupil

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New Research Shows Nature Makes Kids Happier

As my own anecdotal experience tells me (as a big advocate for taking our children hiking in the local woodlands.) Research has now been able to demonstrate a scientific link between being out and about in nature and feeling good. A study released on Wednesday in the journal Frontiers in Psychology researchers studied the direct

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Alexa, Do My Homework!

Low Literacy Due To Overuse of Screen Time?…Health Secretary Prescribes An App For That. The independent reported today that the majority of parents would struggle to help a 7 year old with their homework according to a new study. The study by Oxford Home Schooling found that only a third of parents felt confident assisting

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NHS Mental Health Head Wants to Ban Loot Boxes

Loot boxes may have run into their end of game boss in the form of UK Mental Health Director Claire Murdoch. Murdoch has called for the removal of loot box based systems from games bought by children. The case against loot boxes is not a new one and gaming as a whole has only recently

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A Shift In Perspective For Your Health

Trick Your Sleepy Brain Have you ever laid in bed with the unshakeable feeling that you want to go to sleep but just can’t slip away into slumber? I know from experience this can drag on for hours. A little shift in perspective can make all the difference. How you look at your given state

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