The autumn term is notorious for bugs and colds. After a long summer children return to classrooms and share their germs around, taking them home to their families like a new term gift. This year however, well it’s 2020, it’s no normal year and no normal back to school is it?
Do you worry about your children’s health? As a parent, you’re responsible for providing them with a healthy environment that will allow them to thrive and grow. But, due to our hectic lifestyles, our desire to watch TV, engage in social media and the fact that we can order a takeaway at the tap of a screen it’s not always an easy task.
Physical activity is often last on your list of priorities along with work, school runs and bath times, but being active is an essential part of living a healthy lifestyle.
Packed lunches or hot school dinners? We are a couple of weeks into the new term now and well into the routine of making packed lunches. I’ve always given my children the choice and whilst they’ve had the occasional hot dinner at school, they usually opt for a packed lunch. With episodes of fussy eating […]
I’ve heard a few parents saying this week that they can tell the children are back at school because there seem to be lots of bugs around already. I love autumn and winter but I know lots of people dread it. The dark nights, the rubbish weather and those awful winter bugs. Colds, sore throats, tummy […]