The importance of reading at a young age is something we like to support at Educational Life. Young Reporter, Larisa, really enjoys reading and we are pleased to share her latest book review with you. Here is her review of “Warrior Cats – Fire and Ice” by Erin Hunter I love dogs and horses but my sister is cat crazy, hence I thought I might try her likes and give this book a go. The fact that my sister loves cats helped me get used to the book. Once I had started, there was no turning back. I found it...Read More
Author: Dave Stevens
Young Gymnasts from Thanet and Canterbury recently competed in their respective ‘Key Steps Gymnastics’ inter-school tournaments. The competitions saw children from years 1-6 compete against other local schools to secure places in the Kent School Games Finals. Key Step Gymnastics is a grass-roots competition framework that supports the sport’s development in Primary schools. It has been designed by British Gymnastics and helps ensure that a standard form of competition takes place across the country. British Gymnastics’ website explains the framework as follows … Key Step – The Gymnastics There are 3 gymnastic areas, known as ‘disciplines’ in Key Step. These...Read More
The glorious sunshine over the Bank Holiday weekend proved the perfect backdrop to a fantastic Family Fun Day at Whitstable Yacht Club. Despite the awful conditions earlier in the week, the sun shone down on Whitstable and the sea proved calm and inviting for the many families attending. The annual event, organised by members of Whitstable YC, was a fantastic opportunity for visitors to experience sailing and to encourage them to take up the sport and join their local club. A number of boats were available throughout the day, with club members offering free half-hour taster sessions out at...Read More
Kent Schoolchildren Enjoy A Healthy Taste Of Country Life At ‘The Living Land’ Event At Kent Showground
Youngsters from around the county visited Kent Showground today to experience a taste of country life. ‘The Living Land’ is a FREE, one day event offered to school children in years 3 and 4 aimed at educating them in the areas of farming, agriculture, countryside and healthy eating at the home of the Kent County Show. This fantastic event, now in its 15th year, is organised by the Kent County Agricultural Society and offers young primary school children the opportunity to see a range of farm animals up close, taste local produce and witness traditional agricultural trades. Most of the...Read More
At Edu-Life Kids, we love hearing about the days out and adventures that our Young Reporters have been on. One of our newest Young Reporters, Luca, recently went on a trip to Legoland and has sent the following review in to us ….. I visited legoland this Easter and went on a few rides (a few I wanted to go on were shut. There is lots of stuff made out of lego. There are new miniland cities, I attended three educational workshops, the first one was called : Around the world in 80 bricks; I chose a volcano in...Read More
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