Physical Activities For Pre-Teens/ Teenagers (Gift Ideas)

Physical Activities For Pre-Teens/ Teenagers (Gift Ideas)

When children are young they are inherently very physical. For some this doesn’t change, but many lose a little of this as they reach adolescence. This is because other things begin to dominate their time and thoughts. However, regular physical activities for pre-teens and teens can foster good mental and physical wellbeing, as well as … Read more

Fun Ways to Get Active and In Better Shape

Getting in shape is one of those tasks that people feel the need to do, but they don’t really expect to get any enjoyment out of it. However, maybe getting active and improving the health of your body doesn’t need to be a complete headache for you. There are plenty of things you can do … Read more

Sports Challenge: Celebrating Sports For All

On Friday we took Squiggle to the athletics track to do some races. This reminded me that I never actually properly wrote up our fantastic sports challenge (100 days of sports) last year!  I had started out by doing regular round-up posts about it but then for one reason or another, I decided to just … Read more

Allhallows Haven Holiday Park, Kent

We spent a couple of days at Allhallows Haven holiday park in Kent. Our favourite things about this Allhallows Haven site were the direct access to the beach, helpful staff, lovely play area and nice pool. I do think the layout could be improved- for a child with sensory processing difficulties it was very overstimulating … Read more

A Typical Week in Home Education?

In reality there is no such thing as a ‘typical’ home education week for us; we are interest-led and we tend to go with the flow as we feel this suits our needs. The freedom to do this is one of the many reasons we love home educating. However, this post aims to give a … Read more