What to Do if your Child is Performing Poorly at School

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 … Read more

How performing arts can benefit children’s development

Performing Arts

Joel Kern, founder and managing director of Make Believe Children and young people are growing up in an era of smartphones and overexposure to screens are becoming a common parental concern. But how can parents limit screen time, and instead ensure their children are developing healthy social and personal skills that will benefit them as … Read more

The route to success: 4 top tips for when your child’s exam results are unexpected

Exam results

By Samrita Hayer Careers Adviser at the National Careers Service Exam Results Helpline. The National Careers Service Exam Results Helpline is the free service available for both parents and young people alike to seek advice and support following exam results. Here, Samrita shares her expert advice on what to do next if results are lower … Read more

6 Money Lessons To Teach Your Teenagers

6 Money Lessons To Teach Your Teenagers

Sending your child to college can be a difficult time of life. While there are many different factors that can add stress to that college departure, one that is far too often the concern is the issue of money. Teenagers are infamously immature, and the thought of sending your young, inexperienced adult out into the … Read more

Talking to Your Kids About Drugs Doesn’t Have to be Difficult


Every parent wants to keep their children safe from the many dangers of the world, including substance abuse. One of the best ways to protect your child from going down the path of addiction is to have open and honest discussions about drugs. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) says parents should … Read more