Child Safety

Say no to grass fires

Each year, as the weather starts to improve and more people head outside, Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service sees an increase in grass and woodland fires. Whilst some of these are started deliberately, many are […]

Child Safety

NSPCC

At Childline we have heard from children and young people of the devastating impact the pandemic has had and is continuing to have on their emotional and mental health. In fact, our trained counsellors have […]

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Get Family Fit

As your children’s main role models, it is important to set a good example to follow. Many believe that incorporating fitness into a family lifestyle can be burdensome, associating fitness with lengthy plans, equipment and […]

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Portion Control

Calorie consumption and expenditure is extremely difficult to understand. It is incredibly hard to apply various, generalised numbers fed to us from varying sources to an individual child, especially when children weigh different amounts, are […]

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Getting Girls Active

Research has revealed a huge difference in the number of men and women in sport. There are numerous factors said to have a part to play in moulding this difference, but fear of judgement is […]

Child Safety

Cyber Bullying

Bullying is common and is a real problem amongst young people. Out of 13,387 children surveyed by online charity Ditchthelabel.org in their 2020 survey, over 25% had experienced bullying and 26% had witnessed bullying. This […]