Tagtiv8 Want To Splash In Puddles – Peppa Pig’s Muddy Puddle Walk

With the weather brightening up this week, we don’t want to make you dwell on the horrible rain that seems to be in the rearview mirror. However, it really is for a good reason. Save The Children are encouraging nurseries, families and schools to take part in Peppa Pig’s Muddy Puddle Walk to raise money for the amazing charity. The …

Sugar Tax – Tagtiv8’s Opinion

This week saw the introduction of the Sugar Tax – a levy on sugary drinks. To many, this is a ‘sin tax’, designed to deter unhealthy habits – with win/win outcomes for health and the economy. The Sugar Tax has been talked about for almost two years now as a sensible and proactive way of tackling childhood obesity. The Sugar …

Night Zookeeper #WCWM18

Explore the World and Turn it Upside Down with Words – World Creative Writing Month

“All I need is a sheet of paper and something to write with, and then I can turn the world upside down,” according to Friedrich Nietzsche. A bold statement from a bold person and the words ring true. Words have a massive impact and there is no denying it. Words are the things that shape our lives, shape who we …

Can You Survive The Easter Holidays Without Chocolate? – Tagtiv8’s Top Tips for the Easter Holidays

Two weeks can seem like a long time for children. Their attention spans are generally shorter than adults, therefore it can sometimes seem like a difficult task to keep them entertained. Especially over the Easter Holidays when they could also be hyped up on easter egg chocolate which doesn’t really help matters. However, fear not. Tagtiv8 have come up with …

Tagtiv8 Active Learning Crossgate Library

Tagtiv8 Active Learning – for Young and Old Alike

At Tagtiv8, we are used to playing in classrooms, in PE halls, in MUGAs and of course in the playground. In theory, a library is not a location that we would usually consider appropriate for our active learning games. Running and jumping around does not mix well with old and sometimes delicate books and shushing librarians generally. So it’s a …