Monthly Archives: February 2014

Straightforward Tips on Making the Parent-School Relationship Work for You

Many schools are either about to have their parent evenings or have just had them. The parent-school relationship is a vital relationship for us as parents. For the next 2 days, we will share some tips on making this necessary

Female Genital Mutilation (Fgm) Awareness To Be Spread To Every School

Michael Gove has pledged to act on female genital mutilation and its detrimental effect on girls. More awareness will be made by him writing to every school in the country about FGM reminding head teachers of the duty to protect

A ‘Hands Off’ Approach to Our Children’s Education Is Very Detrimental

EVERY parent desires that their children succeed in life, but the key difference in the results of these desires appears in the approach of the parents. Parents who have a ‘hands off’ approach to their children’s education help widen the

It’s Time To Stop The Holiday Companies Cashing In On School Holidays!

Let all the parents who agree on this shout Yeh! It is about time for changes to be made about this increase on holiday fares. It has become the norm and we complain about it year and year out. Apparently

SUNDAY INSPIRATION: “God didn’t bring you this far to leave you.”

Don’t give up. You are on the right path. Things will work out well for you at the end. Everyone who has succeeded in life had moments when they almost gave up, but someone encouraged them to stand up and


According to the BBC, more than two thirds of 14-17-year-olds believe negative portrayals of teenagers in the media are affecting their job prospects, a survey suggests. More than 1,000 14-17-year-olds from England and Northern Ireland took part in the survey.

The Wonders in Our Children

I just read a story of a six year old called Blake Ansari from New York. After reading about a homeless girl and her life in some other part of New York, this 6 year old decided to have a

What Type Of Parent Are You?

We hear of 3 classic parenting styles that parents tend to follow. As kids grow, our efforts to train them and their drive for independence can sometimes be frustrating for both us as parents and these growing kids. I saw