#LoveLearning Twitter chat: How do your children learn while travelling? #ad

We all know how important it is to keep children occupied while travelling, but children can learn so much with family travel – both about the world around them and while on the go. At our #LoveLearning Twitter chat, we’re talking about how to make the journey better and more educational than ever, whether by…

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Twitter chat: Sexism in Schools #BritMumsMeToo

Has your child been the subject of sexism or gender bias at school? Having a name tag in pink or blue, depending on gender can seem harmless enough (or irksome, depending on your point of view). But when little girls start to wear cycle shorts under their skirts because the boys look up, and then…

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#McDonaldsFunFootball Twitter chat: Introducing your children to football with free Fun Football sessions from McDonald’s  #ad

Football is one of those games that you can play anywhere: at home, in the garden or in the park and playground. Now for kids who don’t play, getting into the game and gaining confidence is easier than ever with FREE Fun Football sessions from McDonald’s and the Football Association. The sessions are about getting…

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#PJMasksHeroes Twitter chat: What makes your child a superhero? #ad

With their energy, creativity and imagination, our children are little superheroes! Our #PJMasksHeroes Twitter chat celebrates the little superheroes in our life on – wait for it – National Superhero Day – 28 April! Come and share stories of your small superhero and their super powers for a chance to win some exciting prizes! The…

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The Energy Behind Women’s Football: Celebrating women & girls football with SSE Wildcats #ad #SSEWildcats #SSEWomensFACup

  From the green neighbourhood playing fields to the roaring grandstands, enthusiasm for girls’ and women’s football is bigger than ever! Our #SSEWildcats Twitter chat celebrates the power of football – from the way it encourages girls to build confidence, get active and become part of a team (like in the SSE Wildcats girls’ football…

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