With Half Term here next week and the Easter school holidays fast approaching too, having a few quick, cheap and easy ideas of things to occupy the children at home can be really useful.
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?
There are lots of reasons why a child might have to move to a new school. Sometimes it’s because their parents have to relocate for work, or maybe they are going through a separation. Sometimes parents make a decision to move a child who has been bullied or not progressed well at school.
Is your baby a good sleeper? It’s one of the most common questions new parents seem to get asked isn’t it? Are they good for you? This generally means do they sleep well? People are obsessed with the sleep questions and the amount your child sleeps appears to have a direct correlation with how ‘good’ they are perceived to be.
It’s not always easy to ‘find your brave’ but Barnardo’s has come up with some handy tips for parents on how to help their children build their confidence.
There are 12 million people with hearing loss across the UK, that’s around one in six of us and by 2035, it is estimated there’ll be around 15.6 million people with hearing loss across the UK – that’s one in five. SCARY!
A teacher plays a vital role in your child’s education. They spend a huge amount of time with your child and this can have an incredible influence on your son or daughter’s happiness at school. For this reason it is extremely important for students to build a good relationship with their teachers.
In today’s digital world, computers, tablets and smart phones are unavoidable. Some believe that technology offers many benefits, such as instant access to educational resources. Others however see the rise of screen time as a concern, fearing that their children’s health and development will be negatively impacted.