Monthly Archives: September 2015

Bedtime Stories To Their Children

Parents should continue to read bedtime stories to their children up to the age of nine. Between the ages of seven and nine, parents can make a huge impact. This age provides an opportunity for them to support their children


Congratulations to these beautiful black ladies, Viola Davis, Regina King and Uzo Aduba who won at the recent Emmys. Now more than ever, our children need to see more role models on our screens. We know for sure that as

Unruly Pupils –Disruptive Behaviours and What Parents Must Do To Help

Recently there has been quite a lot of talk about the negative effects that schools are facing with the increase of unruly pupils in the classrooms. Teachers are having to spend more time managing behavioural problems than teaching full uninterrupted

A Right For Siblings To Attend The Same School Guaranteed

The schools minister promises to end transport ‘nightmare’ faced by many parents Brothers and sisters will no longer have to go to different schools because places are over-subscribed, under plans being drawn up by ministers. Nick Gibb said he wants

How Can We Help Build Our Children’s Self Esteem?

As our children grow, they become more aware of their own identities. Some children shrink back being too conscious of themselves, some others glow and grow into very confident children and we come across many who are in between both

Back-To-School Day

Wishing all parents and pupils a very stress-free, well-organised, inspiring, smooth-running, punctual and happy Back-To-School day.

Take Courageous Steps This Month

Happy New Month to you! As we step into this new amazing month, a question I have found myself ask is “Where indeed is the time flying to” Unfortunately the time itself cannot answer that question for me but I

Routines – Back To School

From today, all other kids are back to school to start this new term, new class or even new school. The key to a stress-free running of our homes during the school term is in the making and keeping of