Every teacher knows the importance of encouraging kids to read - but schools aren't always the best place to lose yourself in a book. The school library, while it may have a fantastic collection of volumes available, isn't always a welcoming, comfy reading area. Plastic school chairs can be uncomfortable, and banks of computers and the glare of strip lighting overhead might prevent a child from really getting immersed in a story.
In years gone by, it was common for all kids to spend hours outdoors every day. But, as we all know only too well, things have changed. Playgrounds and parks are disappearing, homework is increasing, and parents are often wary of letting their youngsters out of their sight. While some kids can still enjoy the great outdoors, thanks to groups like Cubs and Brownies, it doesn't seem fair that many children don't get the chance.
The clock is ticking! The new sugar tax is good news for schools, but only if you can decide how to spend the windfall on offer. With the deadline approaching, schools are struggling to figure out how to invest the sugar tax money.
So, quite rightly, you’ve taken a look at the timber buildings available from Cabins For Schools and decided that your school deserves one. Great choice! Having a Cabins For Schools building will make an unimaginable difference to your students’ learning experience and outcomes. You’ve visualised in rich, colourful detail what the extra capacity will bring you, and you’ve maybe even stepped inside of one of the buildings at our Nottingham Show Site and breathed in that spruce scent.
We've all heard the complaints: kids these days are too reliant on technology and are more likely to disappear behind a screen for hours at a time than explore the great outdoors. So why not inspire them to try something different? A Forest School Cabin BBQ Cabin is the perfect spot to spark creativity and teach youngsters about the wonders of nature.
What youngster doesn't dream of a private hideaway, located out in nature and far away from grown-ups' prying eyes? An Arctic Cabin may not whisk children away to a forest adventure, but it gives them the next best thing, and all without leaving the school grounds.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that some schools in England could start to return from 1st June, as he updated the country on the lockdown during a television statement on 10th May.