What are some of the reasons why positivity is so important? What steps can parents and teachers take in order to ensure that this type of relationship naturally develops? Are there any potential barriers that may need to over overcome along the way? Whether you are a primary caregiver or you are involved within educational settings, all of these questions are relevant.
Some parents feel very strongly that their children have fallen behind during this period of time (COVID). Whilst I don’t particularly feel that my children have, I recognise that this has put extra pressure on the education system and made things especially difficult for children in transition and exam years.
After four children I can honestly say that one of the things I was not prepared for was how little sleep I would get as a parent. I mean, don’t get me wrong, at no point did I ever think it would be easy being a parent, not in the slightest.
Most of the mums this Mother’s Day will be exhausted. Having just finished, or at least approaching the end of another long period of home-schooling, characterised by a bigger juggle than normal.
Life with the four of you Pre-Covid was hectic. Non-stop and hectic. I mean four children was always going to be hectic. We were always in a rush. Rushing to school, to swimming, to guitar lessons, to netball, to basketball, to theatre classes, to gymnastics, to galas and to shows and performances. Then it all stopped!
With Christmas likely to be a little different this year, you might be on the look out for easy gifts you can post. Everyone could do with a bit of laughter right now as well couldn’t they?
After 18 weeks of home-schooling, the prospect of another seven weeks of school holidays, without the opportunity to travel may be a tad daunting for many parents.
Family gaming replacing TV, the ‘Greta Effect’ – and plastic-free living are among the top trends expected to shape parenting in the next decade, a new report has revealed. What other parenting trends will shape the next decade?