Discover your child's BrainBox Personality! Discover your child's BrainBox Personality! Discover your child's BrainBox Personality!

Discover your child's BrainBox Personality!

Ever wondered how your child sees the world? Find out by taking the BrainBox personality quiz! It only takes 2 minutes and gives a great insight into how they think.

Let's get inventing! Let's get inventing! Let's get inventing!

Let's get inventing!

Is your child buzzing with ideas for games? We want to hear about it! They just might be our next Young Games Inventor of the Year...

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BrainBox Roald Dahl

Mixing up all the fun of BrainBox with Roald Dahl's splendiferous words and Sir Quentin Blake's gloriumptious illustrations makes for an extra special whoppsy-whiffling observation game like no other!

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Children and charity

Summer 2014 will be remembered in three simple words. Ice Bucket Challenge. A silly idea that has caught on and generated millions of pounds for charities around the world. How can we capitalise on this new-found excitement? How can we get our children interested and involved in charity? Here are five ideas…

The best is yet to come

Among Team GB’s record-breaking haul of 12 gold medals at the recent European Athletics Championships were three for relay races. The thing I love about relay races is that it’s often really hard to see who’s got the upper hand until the very last leg. And as in relay races, so in life.

From Maths hater to Maths lover

So your child hates Maths. I can understand that, I really can. That was me; a skinny, playful boy who just wanted to get outdoors or get stuck into a great book. Wind the clock forward 25 years and I’m poring over budgets, analysing quantitative survey data, devouring website statistics, and calculating odds based on previous trends – and absolutely loving it.

So what happened?

Children and charity

Summer 2014 will be remembered in three simple words. Ice Bucket Challenge. A silly idea that has caught on and generated millions of pounds for charities around the world. How can we capitalise on this new-found excitement? How can we get our children interested and involved in charity? Here are five ideas…

Loving the great outdoors

I guess it was discovering the huge ledger that my Dad had used as a scrapbook during the war that first fired my love of nature. It’s a passion that’s stayed with me and which I’ve managed to pass on to my children, too. Here are a few ideas that may help your children fall in love with the great outdoors too…