Difference we make

Being aware of the children’s needs for activity, fresh air, less TV and computers, and a generally less sedentary lifestyle, we focus on healthy eating and on exercise, especially outdoor activities.

We have seen that if children have the offer of healthy food, and learn to cook it themselves, they will develop an appetite for vegetables, pulses and the like.

If they are offered activities like swimming and cycling they take them up and if they are viewed as “play” (rather than physical education) they engage custom essay writer enthusiastically. So our adventure playground, where children can swing, run, climb, chase, dig and so on has been a great success.