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The school that shortened its working week (and what happened next) Amid growing interest in shorter working weeks, a school that rejigged its timetable is now looking to further adapt its week Education Society Wellbeing
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‘You just need to be willing to open your home, and ride the rough with the smooth’ The number of children needing foster care has surged during Covid. One couple explain why they foster, and what it brings to their family Education Society Wellbeing
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Seesaws are out, saws are in: the rise of risky playgrounds Tools, old cars and thorny bushes are being introduced to playgrounds, amid research highlighting the benefits of risky play Body & Mind Education Society Wellbeing
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Forest schools are booming in the UK – here’s why Forest schools are experiencing a surge in growth as children reconnect with nature in the wake of stifling pandemic lockdowns Education Environment Lifestyle Society Wellbeing
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Restaurant chefs are reinventing school dinners in the UK Top chefs are helping transform school meals in deprived areas, serving up food that is fresh, nutritious – and fun Education Food Health Wellbeing
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‘We embrace imperfection’: the adoption agency for preloved playthings By finding new homes for old teddies, the agency reduces waste and saves cuddly toys from an inglorious trip to a landfill site Environment Lifestyle Social Enterprise Society
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