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Easter Traditions around the world

by Richard Wise
Easter Traditions vary between countries When we think of Easter here in the UK, we often think of bonnets, bunnies and chocolate. Who doesn't love a good Easter egg hunt, searching high and low for delicious sugary treats! But not everyone has the same Easter traditions, as we found out...

5 Interesting Facts about Sleep

by Richard Wise
With the Easter holidays upon us, we are all looking forward to catching up on our sleep. But considering it’s something we all do every day, how much do we REALLY know about it? Here are 5 facts about sleep that we found pretty fascinating Around 12% of people dream...

Students take on climate change

by Richard Wise
Students across the world have taken it upon themselves to join the fight against climate change. According to scientific research, planet Earth is on the verge of several severe climate tipping points. Once past these, it is believed the damage done to our planet will be irreversible. The young people...

Feeling SAD in winter

by Richard Wise
The cold and dreary winter months can make us all feel a bit sad and gloomy. The dark mornings and grey days have us longing for some sunshine. But for some of us, these melancholic feelings are more intense. If you find your mood changing massively in winter, to the...

30 Day Challenge Ideas

by Richard Wise
At the start of 2021, I’m sure we have all heard the phrase “New Year, New Me” at least once already! Many people use January as a great time to wipe the slate clean from the previous year and start fresh with good intentions. The mindset of starting again at...

Joy to the world: 5 ways to spread festive cheer

by Richard Wise
The festive season is here, bringing family fun times, jolly jingles and food forever. Not everyone finds this time of year quite so joyful however. Previously, we have looked at the issue of loneliness, especially around Christmas. There are also many other reasons why people may not feel full of...

What a year 2021 has been for WiseUp Team Building!

by Richard Wise
After the relative quiet of 2020, WiseUp Team Building knew 2021 was going to be busier, but even we had no idea just how busy! WiseUp has just has our busiest season ever, with multiple teams going out to run our educational and fun challenge days at Primary and Secondary...

Celebrating Female Teachers as UK Children go Back to School

by Richard Wise
This week has been a big one! Not only did UK schools start to re-open fully on 8 March, but we also celebrated International Women’s Day 2021. WiseUp wanted to explore the vital role women play in the education of children in the UK. Not only that but also find...

7 Children’s Books that feature Team Work

by Richard Wise
Here at WiseUp Team Building, we love World Book Day! Children's books that feature team work are a fantastic way to show children the different ways of working together. Reading also helps children relax and lets their imagination take over, which is something that transfers across to Outdoor Play. These...

5 Free School Team Building Activities Ideas for Online Classes

by Richard Wise
February Half Term is over, and it is back to the virtual classroom for almost all children and teachers. After a week away from daily digital lessons, pupils may be struggling to get their brains back into school mode. We have put together a list of 5 school team building...

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