Time management and organisation


Summer term childcare challenges

Children may rejoice as the summer holiday approaches, but for many working parents it can be a nightmare juggling childcare and keeping them entertained without breaking the bank. Here are some suggestions for a stress-free summer… Sharing childcare Many families use the summer holiday to use up at least two weeks of annual leave and

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Working mothers and discrimination at work

With more than a quarter of mothers feeling discriminated against at work, it seems that many employers are still living in the dark ages and women are continuing to feel frustrated by the lack of opportunities following maternity leave. Out of 2,000 women who were questioned for a survey by law firm Slater and Gordon,

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Technology productivity

Are we more productive with technology?

Thanks to the genius invention of the internet, we are becoming a nation of workers who would rather email than pick up a phone to make a call or write a letter. On average us British workers send and receive a staggering 10,000 emails every year but has it made us any more productive? One

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Revision tips for exams

With the right approach and a lot of preparation, revising for exams need not be as stressful as you may initially fear. Whether you are revising for first year exams or finals, with these tips, you can be well on your way to success. Devise a Timetable Research has shown that short bursts of revision

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Help your child through their GCSE’s

The fact you are keen to help your child through their GCSEs is an excellent start to assisting them achieve the best possible examination results. There are numerous issues many parents face when their child enters in to the Key Stage 4 segment of education. It can be a complicated time for teenagers and with

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