Eureka the National Childrens Museum

Should Children be Banned From Museums?

Leigh-Anne Stradeski | Posted 03.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Leigh-Anne Stradeski

Whatever the reasons, it can only be a good thing that museums have become more accessible to children, families and other diverse audiences, and I find it difficult to imagine a world where the first sign to come into view at the entrance of one of our renowned galleries or museums reads "NO CHILDREN ALLOWED". Or at least I did until recently.

Why Playtime Should be Anytime!

Leigh-Anne Stradeski | Posted 20.04.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Leigh-Anne Stradeski

For parents, grandparents and carers there is no better way to learn about your children than to play with them. Every child is a unique individual with their own special styles of learning and ways of looking at the world, and the more you understand about this the more prepared you will be to support them in their everyday lives.

Unicef Report on Child Well-Being and Inequality: Parents Need to Spend More Time not Money on Their Children

Leigh-Anne Stradeski | Posted 19.11.2011 | UK Politics
Leigh-Anne Stradeski

We believe that once families start spending more time playing together, and realise how much value it brings to the quality of their family life, the perceived need for the latest X-Box or pair of designer trainers will diminish.