Green Apple award

We won a Green Apple award! That’s two in two years. Carol, our operations guru, collected this award at a ceremony at the Houses of Parliament. We were the only games company who won an award. So what’s the big deal? Well Green Apples are awarded to organisations in the public and private sector that …

Keeping it green

If you grew up in the 1970s, being environmentally-friendly meant little more than putting your sweet wrappers in the bin, with kids encouraged to turn off lights to save electricity in energy-stricken Britain, rather than to stop the ice caps melting. If your childhood spanned the 1980s, you may well have worn a Save the …

Life Lessons from the Paralympics

I read somewhere yesterday, on Facebook probably, that when a door closes, open it again – that’s what doors are for! Oh how true. Quite by coincidence the children were talking about having watched the Paralympics on television, which opened a discussion about overcoming difficulties in life to follow your dreams. They were hugely impressed …

Father’s Day

Father’s Day is coming up, that time of year where you buy a cheeky pair of socks, a bland tie or something completely random picked by a small child for the father figures in your lives. Don’t they deserve better than that for all that they do? Surely this year is the year to trash …

Maths on the go

The summer holidays are nearly upon us and for kids that means six weeks away from the classroom, homework and tests. And of course, that’s no bad thing, but just because school’s out for summer doesn’t mean your kids’ education needs to grind to a halt. With the possibility of long car journeys ahead, or …