Monthly Archives: January 2015

Communicate with Your Child’s Teacher

As parents, it is our responsibility to know our children’s teachers and check in with them every now and then. We don’t always have to wait for a Parents Evening to talk to the teachers. Here are a few tips

MIDWEEK INSPIRATION

Year 6 (Primary School) and Its Relevance at GCSEs Stage

Every Year 6 parent should check with their schools on what grade levels their sons/daughters are on at the moment and what their targets are. Many parents may think that Year 6 grades are not vital but we want to

A Balanced Life

A balanced life is a more productive life.

A Must Read For All Parents

Pupils shared “inappropriate” pictures on Snapchat and were “groomed” on school iPads. Wow! Just a day after we shared a write up here about SNAPCHAT, the Telegraph has reported about a school where pupils had shared ‘inappropriate’ photos on Snapchat

SnapChat – What Parents Need To Know About Snapchat

If you a Techsavvy parent, you would be familiar with a very popular app that most teens use these days called Snap chat and if you are not a techsavvy parent, it is vital that you get to know the

Helping your child with reading

Reading with your child is vital. Research shows that it’s the single most important thing you can do to help your child’s education. It’s best to read little and often, so try to put aside some time for it every

Parents ‘consider quitting work over childcare costs’

One in five UK parents with childcare costs will reduce the hours they work or consider giving up work altogether in 2015, a survey suggests. source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-30710371