Education, as far as I am concerned, is a gift. Without education we wouldn’t be able to unleash our full potential and to achieve great things for our future and that of our families. Long after I left school I continued to attend evening classes to learn other skills I hadn’t had the opportunity to do at school.
So far we have been quite lucky with Curly and Little Bean, they both enjoy school and the prospect of learning new things. They often come home and tell us all the amazing new facts and skills they have learnt, they are eager to show how well they are doing and we praise them accordingly. In September Beanie Boy will be joining them in the school halls as his education journey begins and I hope that he will enjoy it as much as his older siblings.
Collins, the publishers best known by parents for their dictionaries and textbooks have produced a parent guide full of practical information, tips for parents to help their child continue their learning at home and what to expect at each stage of their child’s education with product recommendations for key stage. This guide is a gold-mine for parents who want to support their children through the formative years of their lives.
The guide is FREE for parents to download at www.collins.co.uk/parents
As well as this, Collins are offering a 25% discount plus FREE P&P on the Collins Back to School range of books until 30th September 2015 using promo code SCHOOL25 on the Collins.co.uk website.
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As well as this, Collins are offering one lucky Mummy Matters reader the chance to win bundles of Collins school books worth £100, tailored to the age of the winner’s child/ren. How cool is that?!