• Self-Learning

    Self-Learning Methods Are Lending Working Mothers With A Helping Hand

    Most of the working mothers are always consumed with guilt as they are not always available for their children when they need them. They also feel guilty for their inability to contribute adequately to the present learning procedure of their children. Working mothers are always facing concern on how they can actually boost the academic […]

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    Should I Encourage My Child to Learn a Musical Instrument?

    There are so many benefits to learning a musical instrument, for both children and adults. Of course, it can be quite costly and it doesn’t always come naturally to every single child, but the positive impact it will have will make it a worthwhile investment. With that said, the short answer is yes, you should […]

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  • Creative Writing

    Helping Your Child with Creative Writing at Home

    Creative writing is a skill that can benefit your child academically, personally and professionally. It is also a really fun activity to practice with your child at home. Creative Writing Ideas Parents can help to develop their child’s imagination and writing skills, using some really simple and fun techniques. Here are a few creative writing […]

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    October Half Term Spooky Fun at Lulworth Castle

    This October Half Term, The Lulworth Estate in South Dorset’s UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast is hosting an incredible 4 days of ‘Spooky Fun’ at the storybook Lulworth Castle. The event is suitable for the whole family and includes a whole host of imagination-fuelling activities. What’s On at Lulworth Castle? ‘SPOOKY FUN’ EVENT AT LULWORTH CASTLE […]

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    Let’s talk SEN spending

    Talking SENse – does the government’s announcement on SEN spending really stack up? Caroline Klage is a Partner and Head of the Child Brain Injury team at Bolt Burdon Kemp, top-ranked clinical negligence and personal injury firm in Islington. She has three amazing children, two of whom have a diagnosis of autistic spectrum condition (ASC), […]

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    What to Do if your Child is Performing Poorly at School

    Like adults, children can experience ups and downs in their working lives. There are multiple outside factors which conspire to disrupt them or set them on the wrong track during their early academic lives. Whether your child is very bright, average or has additional needs, there is every reason to support them to aspire to […]

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  • Starting School

    Top Tips to Help your child settling into Primary School

    The Summer and its infamous six week holiday came and went in a whirlwind, and we are now in the early stages of an autumnal September. With the end of Summer and the beginning of September, comes a monumental stage in many parents and children’s lives like – the first day of school. It can […]

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