Successful summer of events puts Good Toys into the hands of the UK’s children

Summer 2019 has seen our team of experts touring the UK to introduce the nation’s children and families to products from the Good Toy Guide. The Good Toy Zone has taken in three festivals, weekly play days with The Entertainer, and the launch of a new partnership with 360 Play. Our events this year have
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Meet the Associate – Penelope Ball

This instalment of ‘meet the associate’, where we delve a little deeper into the lives and careers of the Fundamentally Children Associate Network, finds out more about our Special Educational Needs expert, Penelope Ball…     You can find out more about the Associates Network here   Over to Penelope…   1 – Could you
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Meet the team – Peter Wraight

It’s over to our sales team for the next meet the team instalment. Peter Wraight is one of our account managers. Peter joined the team at the end of last year and has become a key part of the industry already. Over to Peter…     1 – Could you tell us a bit about
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Meet the Associate – Erika Brodnock

In this instalment of the Meet the Associate series, where we delve a little deeper into the lives and careers of the Fundamentally Children Associate Network, we are chatting to Erika Brodnock     You can find out more about the Associates Network here   Over to Erika…   1 – Could you tell us
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Top tips for making surveys work for you

With tools such as Survey Monkey and Google Forms, it can be easy enough for people to bash out a quick survey to test opinion and gain insight and why not? It’s always good to engage with your stakeholders… isn’t it?   People usually do surveys for one of two reasons: To genuinely find out
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Using the balanced play approach to promote your good toys

  (Part 2/2. Read the first article of this series on ‘Are Children getting the right opportunities for Balanced Play?’ here)   In Part 1 of our two-part series, we took a look at how a balanced approach to play can reduce the risk of obesity and support positive mental health. In this article, we will
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Are children getting opportunities for balanced play?

  (Part 1/2. Read the second article of this series on ‘Using the balanced play approach to promote your good toys’ here)   In a two-part series, we team up with The Entertainer, the Genius of Play™, and Theodora Children’s Charity to delve deeper into the UK and US’s play habits and look at the
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Meet the team – Georgia-Mae Evans

The fifth member of our team to bare their soul on the blog is Georgia-Mae Evans, our fabulous research assistant intern. Georgia-Mae joined our team in early 2019 and quickly cemented herself as an invaluable member of the Fundamentally Children office. Over to her…       1 – Could you tell us a bit
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