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Awareness Days Children

National Weaning Week

National Weaning Week is set to take place from May 13th to May 17th this year, dedicated to supporting parents and caregivers as they navigate the exciting journey of introducing solid foods to their little ones. Unlike fixed-date observances, National Weaning Week moves annually, aligning with these dates to provide guidance, resources, and encouragement during this important milestone.

Walk to School Week

Walk to School Week takes place on 20th May each year, encouraging students and families to embrace the benefits of walking to school. It's a yearly event, so mark your calendars! Walking to school not only promotes physical activity but also helps reduce traffic congestion and air pollution.

Global Day of Parents

Global Day of Parents takes place on the 1st of June each year, providing an opportunity to honour parents worldwide for their selfless dedication and unwavering love. This special day remains fixed on the calendar, allowing families everywhere to come together and express gratitude for the invaluable role parents play in shaping the lives of their children.

Child Safety Week

Child Safety Week takes place on the first Monday in June each year, ensuring a consistent date for raising awareness annually. This important event encourages communities to come together and focus on the safety and well-being of children, addressing various risks and preventive measures.

International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression

International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression takes place on the 4th of June every year. This important day remains fixed annually, providing a consistent opportunity to raise awareness and support for the innocent child victims affected by aggression around the world.

Donald Duck Day

Donald Duck Day takes place on 9th June every year, marking the anniversary of this iconic character's debut in 1934. Celebrated annually on the same date, this fun-filled day is dedicated to honouring one of Disney's most beloved and quacky characters!

World Day Against Child Labour

World Day Against Child Labour takes place on 12th June each year, serving as a global reminder of the ongoing fight against child labour practices. This important day remains fixed on the same date every year, ensuring consistent advocacy and awareness efforts to protect children's rights and promote their well-being.

National Bug Busting Day

National Bug Busting Day takes place on 15th June each year, offering a dedicated opportunity to tackle head lice and promote good hygiene practices. Unlike some awareness days, National Bug Busting Day remains fixed on the same date every year, ensuring that families and communities can come together annually to address this common issue.

Event Series Children’s Hospice Week

Children’s Hospice Week

Children's Hospice Week takes place in June each year, offering a dedicated time to raise awareness about the incredible work of children's hospices and the vital support they provide to children with life-limiting conditions and their families.

National School Sports Week

National School Sports Week takes place on the third Monday in June each year, offering schools and communities across the country a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the power of sport and physical activity in education. Unlike some awareness days, National School Sports Week remains consistent, providing a reliable occasion for promoting fitness, teamwork, and healthy competition among students year after year.

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