Competitions

  • Facebook- Good, Bad And Ugly

    Facebook- Good, Bad And Ugly

    The advent of social media has predominantly been a wonderful concept. There are so many good and positive points to it, so much so that it’s hard to imagine life without it. Facebook wears many hats, acting as a networking site, a reuniting site and an information providing site to name a few. But it has

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    Comping Tips To Help You Win

    Comping Tips To Help You Win

    Comping is the practice of entering as many competitions as you can, thereby increasing your chances of winning something to the maximum level possible. A lot of the success in comping is related to luck, but by approaching competition entries in the right way you can increase your chances of success. Some lucky comping addicts

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    Common scams to be aware of

    Common scams to be aware of

    Unfortunately, there are some people in the world who have no qualms about scamming others out of their hard earned cash. As the general public become more and more aware of scams, criminals have to come up with more plausible looking ways to get money out of people. Figures from Consumer Direct suggest that three

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    Monitoring kid's social media use

    Monitoring kid’s social media use

    When the kids are little, we are keen to introduce them gently to the wonders of technology that will largely define their adult lives. The simple, innocent skills of using a touchpad and working a mouse are safe and increasingly considered as fundamental life skills. They now, sit alongside learning how to use a knife

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    young carers

    Short Story Competition: Runner Up Entry!

    Here is the short story we’ve chosen as the runner up which is called ‘Bye Oswald’ by Julie Hands. For so many children, this isn’t just a fictional story, it’s their real life as a child carer. We loved the way it captures a day in the life of a child carer and highlights the stresses

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    Short Story Competition: WINNING ENTRY!

    We had some really brilliant entries when we launched our short story competition, making our decision on a winner especially tough! The winning prize was a Kindle Fire along with £100 of Amazon vouchers and we eventually decided on this story by Rachel Jepson, to be crowned the winning entry! We loved the way it was written

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