Bush Kinder in the Media

Free-range kids could become healthier, happier adults 

 

 

A new article By Dr Rachael Sharman discusses the research that letting kids play in unstructured, natural environments may help their development. Please use the below link for the full article.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-04-07/sharman-free-range-kids-could-become-healthier%2c-happier-adults/7306740?WT.mc_id=newsmail

 

 

Kids playing outdoors

 

(Photo borrowed from ABC the drum website)

 

 

Kids gone Wild


A new SBS documentary looks at the positive impact of children being allowed to play freely in nature.


http://www.sbs.com.au/news/dateline/story/kids-gone-wild


The biggest risk is keeping kids indoors


A recent study was conducted in Canada, regarding the importance of physical activity for children and youth.

Entitled "The biggest risk is keeping kids indoors", it sets out the findings of The Child and Nature Alliance of Canada and collaborated with Forest School Canada. The take away message from this report was: "Just get out of the way, and let them play"



Please feel free to read the report by following the below link:


The biggest risk is keeping kids indoors



Media Attention


We are proud that our Bush Kinder program has received media attention.

Did you see the article in The Northern Weekly about our Bush Kinder Program? Please click on the link here to view the article


Seminar

 

The staff at Jacaranda Preschool- Kingsway Drive and Nebel Street sites, attended an inspirational seminar by Claire Warden on Wednesday 15th May, 2013.  It was an honour to meet Claire and discuss Nature Pedagogy and our Bush Kinder Program with her.