Monthly Archives: May 2015

Successful Human Beings

It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught them to do for themselves, that will make them successful human beings. – Ann Landers

Relax and Reset

Hello all, Have a great Bank Holiday Monday (UK). Use today to relax and reset. Relax from all the hard work you have done this far and reset for another burst of hard work to come. PLAN your week. Make

A Son’s Love

A beautiful conversation between a mother and son crossing a river: Mother: Please hold my hand Son: No mum, you hold my hand Mother: What’s the difference? Son: If I hold your hand and something happens to me-chances are that

Don’t Talk Yourself Out Of It

How many times do we find ourselves talking ourselves out of something? A fantastic idea comes along and we immediately talk ourselves out of it by telling ourselves reasons why it won’t work. There is an old African saying that

Success is not always what you see

Success is not always what you see. In whatever you are doing, keep at it. Keep keeping on. Do not give up because you see and hear of others. Stay inspired. Each and every success story is unique and different.

Teachers’s Expectations of Students

Recent education news reports what we have always known regarding the Asian countries topping the global school rankings. In as much as I do not want to focus on the actual rankings, a point made in the article caught my

Exams Week Begins

Parents let’s put on our ‘Encouragement Hats’ and be our children’s no 1 SUPPORTERS this week as they start their various tests and exams. Our beautiful and handsome Year 6 girls and boys begin their SATs test today and our

SATS Tests for All Year 6 Pupils Starts On Monday The 11th Of May 2015

As we start the last weekend before our children face their SATS tests, it’s the time to remain calm, help get rid of any anxieties or worries that our children may have and be their number 1 encourager. Here a