With one week to go until its nationwide cinema release, STUDIOCANAL and Heyday Films are pleased to launch a brand new clip for PADDINGTON 2, featuring The Brown Family, Paddington, and a selection of his new pals!
CBeebies’ The Snow Queen ticket ballot opens on 11am on Tuesday 10 October, 2017 and will be open for one week only closing at 11am on 17 October. This year’s performance comes from the heart of the East Midlands at Curve theatre in Leicester.
There’s a whole world of food out there just waiting to be explored and Giraffe World Kitchen's passion is exploring the world, discovering these dishes and bringing them back home for you to try. And during the summer holidays Kids Eat Free!
Royal Academy of Dance has some great events coming up in July, 2017 for kids keen on dance.
The National Literacy Trust has today published research showing that children who enjoy writing and who write creatively outside school do significantly better in the classroom. However, the research also shows that far too many children are missing out on these benefits, as half of pupils (49.3 per cent) say they don’t enjoy writing outside school. The research is launched to mark the very first National Writing Day, a campaign coordinated by charity First Story to give children across the UK the opportunities and ideas to give writing a go and experience its benefits.
New research published today by the National Literacy Trust reveals that three-quarters of primary school children enjoy reading – the highest levels ever recorded by the charity. The research also highlights the link between enjoyment of reading and attainment, showing that the longer children keep an enjoyment of reading going, the greater the benefits are in the classroom: ten-year-olds who enjoy reading have a reading age 1.3 years higher than their peers who don’t enjoy reading, rising to 2.1 years for 12-year-olds and 3.3 years for 14-year-olds.
The Koala Who Could by Rachel Bright and Jim Field has been announced as the winner of Oscar’s Book Prize 2017. Chosen from a shortlist of five titles in a search for the best book for under-fives that have been published in the past year, Oscar’s Book Prize is a celebration of children’s literature supported by Amazon and the National Literacy Trust.
Research conducted by the NSPCC reveals that less than a fifth of parents are having frequent chats with their children about online safety. The figures are being released to coincide with the launch of the NSPCC’s Share Aware campaign.
To highlight Cleft Lip and Palate Awareness Week, Susannah Schaefer, CEO of international children’s cleft charity, Smile Train, tells Parenting Without Tears about the condition and treatment.
The Football Association and SSE have teamed up to launch a new initiative, SSE Wildcats, designed to inspire girls aged between five and 11 to get involved in football at over 200 clubs.
Internet Matters joins forces with Dixons Carphone to launch "Digital Drop-ins" for parents at Currys PC World and Carphone Warehouse stores across the country. Stores are giving practical advice to parents and guardians on child internet safety
and help them set up devices safely until 28 April.
Introducing Discussion Cards and Parent Dashboard—New Ways for Families to Discover, Share, and Connect Through Amazon Fire for Kids.