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Be sure to check out the latest news stories below to stay up to date on Premier Education, children’s wellbeing, and the world of physical activity.

6 Reasons Why Parents Love Our Kids Holiday Camps

After a disjointed year, and plenty of hard work to prepare our Summer 2020 Holiday Camps, we were delighted to receive such fantastic feedback from parents...

Prime Minister Boris Johnson joins Premier Education Summer Holiday Camp

Prime Minister Boris Johnson joined Premier Education’s Multi-Activity Summer Holiday Camp at Sacred Heart of Mary Girls School in Upminster, Essex....

Making our mark on the next generation

A message of gratitude that we received recently has lifted the spirits of the entire company!...

Our Top 5 Activities to Help Your Kids Stay Active!

Our Stay Active activities have been designed to provide families like yours with quick, easy, engaging games and activities that will stimulate the mind and body....

Holiday Camps: Everything you need to know about booking with us during the holidays!

Our Holiday Camps provide a safe, fun and social place for your child to be during their summer break from school....

Supporting Our Community: A Coach’s Perspective

Each day, our coaches have the opportunity to foster a new love of sport and physical activity in children across the UK. They see primary...

Stay Active: our three-pronged approach.

At Premier Education, we know there’s more to health than simply increasing your heartrate. Because of that, you’ll notice that our Stay Active resources...

Stay Active with Premier Education

With schools across the country closed and families staying at home, this a tricky time to keep children on the move. We may be...

What is a healthy diet for kids?

A healthy, balanced diet is crucial for children and adults alike for maintaining good health and feeling your best. Essentially, a balanced diet is one...

Does playing sports improve school grades?

There has been a myth, for decades, that sports can interfere with academic achievement. The theory goes that encouraging pupils to get out of the classroom...