Choosing to Study GCSE’s at a college rather than in a traditional school setting, may seem like an unorthodox and potentially risky path to take. Staying where you are and completing your GCSE’s just seems like the most sensible and safe route for many.
As children get older and they spend more time out on their own or with friends, it can be an anxious time for parents . Not only are you having to come to terms with your child having more freedom, but also trying to remind them how to keep themselves and their belongings safe, without […]
Moving your elderly relative – or making the decision yourself, if you are the elderly person – to a nursing home can be a really difficult and distressing decision to make.
If the last year of a global pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we never know what is around the corner. Even this time last year, no one imagined a year like the one we have had, proving that you just never know what will happen.
For the one who was pregnant for nine whole months in her womb. For the one who spent the night with you while you were reading to pass your exams. For the one who, no matter how old you are, will always remind you that breakfast is the most important meal of your day.
When you have got children, it can be such fun when it comes around to their birthday. There is a side of you that is crying inside at their getting older and growing up, but it is always fun to plan a party. There can be a lot to sort and organise, though. Yes, we’ve […]
Whilst ‘saving’ might seem far out of reach, what if you weren’t doing it alone? What about social saving? Saving together for a common goal.
To anyone unacquainted with the idea of Early Year Foundation Stage monitoring, a child tracker observation has the ring of something unpleasant – an overly stringent teacher keeping tabs on everything a child says or does, rather like a nosy neighbour, constantly peeking through the curtains to tut and disapprove of normal childhood games and fun! But in fact, the truth is much more useful, and all but invisible to the child, when done right.