For children, breakfast is a vital kickstart to cognitive, muscular and metabolic systems. For an active way to celebrate the brilliance of brekkie, try these breakfast themed PE activities!
Thousands of children skip breakfast and start school hungry. Let's look at the reasons why skipping brekkie puts physical health, emotional wellbeing and academic performance at risk.
If you're keen to increase your child's level of physical activity, getting them outdoors is half the battle. But before you herd them out the door, we recommend some spring safety checks.
At Easter, the average child in Britain receives between 8 and 13 chocolate eggs! Use these funny food hacks to make sure kids get plenty of fresh veggies too...
It's almost time for the Easter Bunny to visit and drop an abundance of chocolatey treats in kids' laps! But what's the best way to ensure your Easter is happy and healthy?
Children who eat a balanced lunch every day perform better behaviourally and academically. Find out how mindful eating can help your pupils develop a healthy relationship with food.