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Childcare options for older children

Childcare options for older children

In the UK there is no law that states what age children can be left home alone. Many kids will be given a front door key when they start secondary school and will let themselves in to wait on their parents coming home from work. However, this isn’t suitable for everyone. Parents with a long

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Do working parents find life harder now

Do working parents find life harder now

A YouGov poll conducted last year found that over half of parents (56%) think life is harder now than it was just 20 years ago. Childcare High on the list of issues facing working parents is balancing work, childcare and home life. With more families than ever having two working parents childcare facilities and, often

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Schools role in protecting children from abuse

Schools role in protecting children from abuse

Child abuse is often very difficult to spot, so the more eyes and ears that are on the job the better. Schools have a very active and responsible role to play in this, as children spend a significant number of their waking hours in their care. So just how are schools equipped to help identify

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School Discipline, Suspension and Exclusion

School Discipline, Suspension and Exclusion

Not all kids behave well all the time. For this reason, all schools have a written policy that details those standards of behaviour that are required from students. Within that policy are details of the consequences faced by children if those standards are not met. In short – what will happen if your child misbehaves

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Financial education in schools

Financial Education In Schools

Since September 2014 lessons on how to manage your finances have been a compulsory part of the national curriculum in English schools. Money expertise, imparted to our children during maths and citizenship lessons, is designed to provide them with the skills they need to manage their money effectively and make good financial judgements. Key Stage

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What to do if your child can't settle in school

What to do if your child can’t settle in school

We all want to protect our children but this can become problematic when they start school. Not only are they out of our sight for over six hours each day, they’re often not very forthcoming in telling parents about their day. If your child still hasn’t settled after starting at primary, moving to secondary or

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