Monthly Archives: October 2014

A Parent’s View on Their Child’s Abilities Is Very Powerful

DID YOU KNOW THAT children’s abilities in Maths and English are more closely linked to their parents’ views of their ability than to their actual test scores in these subjects, even when the scores dramatically contradict the views of the

A LEVELS; THE CURRENT SYSTEM AND THE NEW SYSTEM

  (A change in the relationship between AS Levels and A level) It is important as parents to understand the A levels system and how it will change. Information they say is power. At the moment, a typical student would

MOM – DOES NOT MEAN “MADE OF MONEY”

A nice reminder to our kids this half-term. “MOM does not mean ‘Made of Money'” Lol! Happy Half-Term !!!

NEVER UNDERESTIMATE YOUR ROLE AS A PARENT!

Never underestimate your role as a parent. Fact: Whilst the school teachers teach our kids how to sit exams, we teach our kids the values of life, we teach them where they are going and who they are. We are

Study: TV Viewing Linked to Poor Vocabulary, Math Skills in Children

How long do your children spend watching TV? Research does have it that too much TV is bad for kids! We have heard it so many times but honestly with the busyness of life, can we really avoid this? The

Did you know?

DID YOU KNOW THAT? ….. Research has shown that the effect of parents and what they do at home to support learning can account for 80 percent of a child’s academic success. Wow!

Be a dedicated parent

Be a dedicated parent. Give them building blocks for growth. Make your child a scholar. All it takes is time, attention, intention and love.

Secondary School Applications – Check Points to Maximise Your Chances of Success

October 31st is the closing date for most councils to receive your application forms. As the dates gets closer, more and more parents may be in that panic mode or not sure about what to do and what not to