Are you wondering how to survive parents evening or dreading it as much as your child? I had a parents’ evening last week, and it was something of an eye-opener. I expected to hear wondrous tales and anecdotes about my little angel’s performance – how she was three years ahead with her reading ability, how
Back to school stress is something most of us have faced at some point either in childhood or with our own children. ‘School days are the best days of your life’ – a phrase many of us have heard at one time or other and while some children love every minute of school, not every
Have you ever thought ‘my child is a genius’? While most parents are fretting that their child doesn’t fall behind in class, isn’t struggling with their studies and are praying they get the ‘clever parents’ gene, others find themselves in the unusual position of having a child that is exceptionally bright; something which brings up
Your child’s first day at school will be one every parent will remember. My daughter’s first day was momentous – along the lines of first words, first steps and, more recently, first wobbly tooth. We’d spent all summer getting ready – buying uniform, reading “going to school” books, talking about what it might be like
Free nursery places for three and four year olds are available throughout the UK. They are entitled to 15 hours of free early years education a week, until they go into reception class or reach compulsory school age. It is available from the school term after your child turns three. So youngsters born between January 1
Did you know about the free nursery school places that are available? All children aged three and four years old are entitled to 15 hours of free early years education a week, until they go into reception class or reach compulsory school age. It is available from the school term after your child turns three.