Helping with homework and reading

raising your child's self esteem

Gifted children

Parenthood is a funny thing: When someone else’s child brings home a piece of A4 showing The Last Supper depicted in purple, green and orange with the disciples dressed as gangsta rappers, it’s hard not to laugh. Yet suddenly when it’s your own offspring, you start to see flashes of genius in every stroke of

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Tracking your childs progress at school

Tracking your child’s progress at school

Have you thought about tracking your child’s progress at school or are you already bang up to date? Packing your little bundle of joy off to school every morning without knowing what they are really doing all day can be a tough thing for some parents to do, especially if you take a keen, hands-on

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raising your child's self esteem

Is your child gifted?

Is your child gifted or are you an over enthusiastic parent wanting to believe you’ve given birth to the next Steven Hawkings? Parenthood is a funny thing: When someone else’s child brings home a piece of A4 showing The Last Supper depicted in purple, green and orange with the disciples dressed as gangsta rappers, it’s

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My child is a genius

Getting involved in your child’s education

Getting involved in your child’s education may be the last thing on your mind in your overstretched and time squeezed lifestyle. However, primary school teachers are desperately trying to get the message through that they and your kids both need your help. In the long term, what you do or don’t do at home with

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reading no longer a popular pastime among children

Are schools dad friendly?

Are schools dad friendly? A question that is being asked as more and more dads take on the school runs and play an active role in their child’s education. Mums on the school run or stood chatting outside the school gates isn’t anything out of the ordinary. From the days when the majority of women

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