Category Archives: Education

In my opinion – Healthy Eating Week UK

Healthy Eating Week UK (12 to 16 June) is designed to promote healthy eating, drinking, being active, food provenance and cooking. I was thrilled when Sarah Creighton, founder of Veggie-Kids.com took time out from her busy life to write an inspiring and practical blog post this month. As well as being founder of Veggie-Kids.com Sarah…
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We are two!

I hope this blog post finds you flourishing. What a second year we’ve had and I am delighted to share that we are building on the achievements and success of our first year. In year one we connected with 55,000 people in the global African Diaspora community and our website is enabling us to extend…
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We are one!

I hope this blog finds you flourishing this spring. What a first year we’ve had! I’m delighted to state that we definitely turned our theme Celebrate Africa! Past, Present, Potential into reality. Our first year was about putting the African Diaspora Kids operating model to the test. We have reached over 55,000 people in the…
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In my opinion – Choosing Non-Fiction Books for Children

In this blog post children’s African history author, Kandace Chimbiri shares her 5 tips for choosing non-fiction books for children.   1. Judge a book by its cover! We’ve all heard the saying “never judge a book by its cover” and while it’s true that looks aren’t everything, with books they can sometimes be a…
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In my opinion – World Book Day 2016!

Children’s author Linda Unugboke is a writer with a passion for children's storytelling. She writes wholesome stories that open young hearts and minds to a world of possibilities - equipping them to live a life that's unique, special and full of love. She is a dedicated wife and mother and lives with her family in…
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