Screen-Free Week

1st to 7th May 2023

Hosted by the nonprofit Fairplay, the national celebration invites children, families, and communities to take a break from digital entertainment and enjoy life beyond the screen. Children need to unplug now more than ever, with continuous findings of the adverse impact excessive screen use can have on kids' physical, mental, and emotional health surfacing every day.

By celebrating Screen-Free Week, families take a break from digital and virtual entertainment and engage in active, creative, and restorative opportunities that benefit children's healthy development.

We take pride in being able to offer activities, classes, and amenities for everyone in the community that is looking to keep active and social. Whilst we wouldn’t be able to choose a favourite customer, one of our most treasured is children who are just getting to grips with the world around them.

Take a look at just a few activities we have to offer below and Find a Centre to get yourself booked on!*


Soft Play and Active Play & Bounce

Just two examples of activities made for young children that allow them to understand and navigate the world of different shapes, sizes, colours and textures all whilst having fun with their peers.

Family Swim sessions

Allow children to get to understand the physics of movement within the water, developing mobility and learning how to swim - a physical skill that we deem essential - all whilst keeping them happy and active.

Every one of the activities we have on offer across our centres are beneficial in many ways. Encouraging your child to move more promotes better posture and balance, healthy growth and body composition as well as building stronger bones, muscles, and heart. As your little humans explore our different activities and their physical capabilities, the brain is also developed. Motor skills, concentration and thinking are all deployed as children make sense of the world around them. It's also a great opportunity to socialise and combine fitness with fun!

*Facilities and activities vary per centre.