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3 Trim trails


In a bid to get their pupils more active, many schools are now asking PTAs to purchase outdoor trim trails for their school playground. These safe, versatile and exciting areas allow children to be active and adventurous, at the same time building confi dence. They have been shown to improve gross motor skills and can be used in a number of ways – for one-on-one activities and whole-class fi tness activities, as well as at break and lunch times. Children will love challenging themselves and taking risks by swinging from one rope to another, climbing along a wall or balancing on a beam.


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4 Stall supplies


Every child loves a novelty toy, especially winning or unwrapping one. If you’re running a lucky dip stall at your fair, or looking for alternatives to sweets as prizes on stalls then buying in bulk from a wholesaler will keep your costs down. Choose from the ever-popular squishies to key-rings, water pistols and toy cars, or add to the festival atmosphere at your summer fair by giving away bubble wands or giant infl atables as prizes. You could also consider running a ‘pocket-money’ stall where you can sell toys and games for a profi t. For those looking to reduce their use of plastic, more traditional, wooden toys are also available.


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5 Outdoor classrooms


Outdoor learning has been ‘associated with higher levels of physical activity, and better emotional, behavioural and cognitive outcomes, with children developing a greater sense of connectedness to nature’, according to a University of Plymouth report. Outdoor learning supports teaching across the curriculum and an outdoor classroom gives children a new and exciting way to learn, all year round. When choosing an outdoor classroom, think about the size (do you want the whole class to fi t in, or just small groups? Do you want an enclosed structure or an open structure?) and start planning an outdoor learning environment that suits your school.


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