Children Took Part


Here you’ll find out all the information you need to know about our partners!

Fundamentally Children – Fun4All

We believe that Play is an invaluable learning experience that is key to breaking down barriers such as money and location by allowing everyone to get involved regardless of the activity!  For example, a child in a wheelchair can get involved in arts and crafts, the whole family can join in with a good board game, and a child who can’t afford lots of toys can have fun at the playground.

Play is accessible and open to everyone and that is why we’re in full support of the Children’s Activities Week, as it highlights the importance of play as well as promoting the benefits of play for both children and parents

Children’s Activities Week also incorporates and echoes many of the aims and goals of our very own Fun 4 All campaign, which is a drive to make play accessible for children all around the world, especially to those with additional needs and placing a strong emphasis on what a child can do, rather than what they can’t.

It’s all part of our bigger vision to help create a world where children are able to fulfil their potential and develop – during a safe, happy and playful childhood – the skills they need to thrive and prosper throughout their lives.

Our Healthy Future

Our Healthy Future ( is an initiative established by healthcare professionals that works with schools, companies and industry to empower children’s health.

Working within NHS England’s Clinical Entrepreneur Programme and Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Our Healthy Future strives to give every child the opportunity to unlock their true potential by providing clinical development to educational, engaging and entrepreneurial solutions.

Now we are proud to be official partners of the Children’s Activity Week, a week dedicated to showcasing the inspirational work delivered by service providers to empower the wellbeing of children. We are honoured to be part of this important event, as we work together to improve the health of children across the UK.  

Quack and Field

Quack and Field is an exciting, new series of picture books designed to introduce young children to the dozens of different Olympic and Paralympic sports.

Aimed at children aged 3-7, each book explores a different sport, e.g. swimming, wheelchair rugby and javelin.

Guided by Quack, the totally quackers duck, young readers join a collection of whacky animals as they compete in each sporting match or athletics race.

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