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  • Planet Earth

    Planet Earth

    To all the children out there - on this page, we ask you to tell your parents and other grown-ups you love about how to keep our Beautiful Planet Earth a really cool place to live.

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  • Safety in our UK heat wave

    Safety in our UK heat wave

    Summer is definitely here and what a sizzling season it’s proving to be. In our blog, we give a few tips on ways you and your children can enjoy the sun safely. Children (old and young) need educating in protecting themselves from the sun and starting early is a good way to help them get into good habits.

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  • Getting ready for SATs exams

    Getting ready for SATs exams

    Week commencing 14th May is the week that SATs exams will be sat by our 10-11 year old children in mainstream primary school. OK Our Kids offer some ideas on how to help your child cope with exam stress.

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  • Easter Holidays

    Easter Holidays

    Days out over the school holidays can be great fun but sometimes we need a bit of inspiration for where to go or what to do. OK Our Kids take the opportunity to suggest some ideas for activities to get involved in which won’t break the bank.

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  • World Book Day

    World Book Day

    Having the opportunity to enjoy reading books with our children can be a great way of developing lots of areas of learning. OK Our Kids shares ways to celebrate World Book Day.

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  • 'Watch Out' A child's guide to everyday dangers

    'Watch Out' A child's guide to everyday dangers

    Some dangers that have always existed need to be communicated carefully to our children, others are new. But they need to be made aware of the world around them and what might happen, without being frightened. Broaching the issue of how people do not always have good intentions, is a difficult one. Children need to know how to say ‘no’ in situations where they feel uncomfortable, not feel pressured to be part of a gang and to learn about bullying and how to deal with it. ‘Stranger danger’ must be raised at an early age as children can be vulnerable at any time, but they also need to know when it’s ok - even advisable - to seek help from a stranger, if you are lost for instance.

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