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The Benefits of Outdoor Play for Children

Outdoor play offers children many benefits, from encouraging curiosity to developing social skills. Making time for playing outside is just as important as their academic development.

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What are Beach Schools?

At St Peter’s Prep, our private school in Devon, we believe that children should have the opportunity to experience hands-on learning whilst immersing themselves in

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Why is Outside Play Important for Early Years?

In the exciting world of our early years, where curiosity knows no bounds, the great outdoors serves as a boundless playground for exploration, growth, and

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What is Forest School in Early Years?

One of the perks of being an independent school in Devon is that we are lucky enough to take advantage of twenty-eight acres of outdoor

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The Benefits of Going to School by the Sea

Beyond the picturesque backdrops that foster a serene and inspiring atmosphere, close proximity to the sea can also provide unparalleled opportunities for hands-on learning experiences.

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4 Easy Plants for Children to Grow

What better way to get out and enjoy the sunshine and warm weather than discovering new, fun activities to do with your little ones such

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Winter Sports Activities for Children

Winter is upon us which only means one thing: cold, wet, dull days wrapped up in blankets and warm cosy clothes. Keep your children occupied

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The Benefits of Learning Outside the Classroom

Children are naturally inclined to explore and discover, and we believe in encouraging this instinct to its fullest potential. Fresh air, sunshine and a change

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A Guide to Outdoor Learning

With society’s ever-increasing focus on all things digital, encouraging the younger generations to embrace the natural environment around them is of utmost importance. This is