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Rudolph’s Christmas Treat

Posted by OpsSupport on  November 30, 2020
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Download the Recipe Here! Serves: 12 The Rudolph’s will keep the family happy this Christmas with their festive flavours and chocolate coating! The sneaky bit… There is a hidden CARROT inside, so these treat are super healthy too! Don’t stop at the carrot! Experiment with other fruits and vegetables! Ingredients FOR THE MUFFIN BATTER: 3 eggs 1/2 cup Greek yoghurt 1/2 cup maple syrup 1/4 cup trim milk 1 tsp vanilla extract 2 carrots peeled,

7 Eco Friendly Gift Ideas for Christmas

Posted by OpsSupport on  November 30, 2020
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Christmas is a time of getting together with loved ones, enjoying the great Kiwi summer, some favourite foods and taking a well-earned break — especially this year! But this time of year can also bring extra stresses, particularly financial. We want to take away some of that pressure by helping you create thoughtful, special gifts for family and friends, that won’t hit your wallet too hard. All of our eco gifts can be bought for

Sharing the magic of Diwali 

Posted by Bex Woolfool on  November 2, 2020
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Diwali is the Hindu Festival of Lights that takes place over five magical days and is celebrated by millions of people around the world. Held in October/November, it marks new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil, and light over darkness. At sKids we love celebrating this special time of year with our children by exploring its colourful traditions, learning new skills and having the opportunity to engage with our local communities. In this

GO GREEN this Halloween ….

Posted by Bex Woolfool on  October 21, 2020
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Going GREEN this Halloween Halloween is almost here and there’s so much to look forward to. Originating from a Celtic festival, this celebration on October 31 has evolved into dressing up in spooky costumes, trick-or-treating, festive gatherings and of course, indulging in unfathomable amounts of sweets. Whatever way you look at it, this year has been an absolute howler, so Halloween is a perfect excuse to let off a scream and have some fun! While

Emotional resilience: how do we get there?

Posted by Bex Woolfool on  September 15, 2020
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The term emotional resilience is used alot these days, particularly in a world of COVID-19, but what does it actually mean?  In this 5 part blog series “Emotional resilience: how do we get there? we talk to Child Psychologist & Neuroscientist Kathryn Berkitt. In this first blog,  we look at how stress can impact our behaviour and thinking. In this series we want to share some neuroscientific knowledge that may help you and those around