Under-fives’ viewing habits help determine how sporty they will be as adults, a study finds.
We don’t have to tell you about the increasing problem with childhood obesity that we are facing. Nor do we have to tell you that schools and early years settings face an up-hill battle to promote best practice and work together with parents to make a difference. It’s not just a case of making sure [...]... Read more.
It seems hardly possible that it has been nearly two weeks since Colin MacAdam and some of the Playforce team were up in Oxford at the Big Science Event. Here’s a picture of Colin with the other judges and the winning team, St Aloysius Primary School, Oxford. If you’d like to see photos of all [...]... Read more.
The winners of the ‘Big Science Event’ competition have been announced. 13 Oxfordshire primary schools and 50 pupils took part in the final at Science Oxford Live on 28th June. Thomas Bradley, Hamish Harrison-Cushing and Rodolfo Neils-Gervasio from Year 5 at St. Aloysius Primary School won first prize with their experiment “Do ants like salty [...]... Read more.
Just spent last evening reflecting on a most rewarding day judging a science competition with our partners, Science Oxford. Playforce were delighted to donate a Poddely Kit or a Discovery Flow Wall, as first prize in their annual competition for budding scientists within the surrounding counties of their excellent museum in Oxford. Well worth a [...]... Read more.