Monthly Archives: January 2016

An Involved Parent makes a Difference

Research has proven it again and again that the more we as parents are involved in our children’s educational journey, the more likely our children will succeed.

What If

To our Amazing Parents, rather than give up saying ‘What if it does NOT work, focus on ‘What if it DOES work’ We are rooting for you all the way.

Black Cultural Archives announces the “Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Scholarship”

Black Cultural Archives is proud to announce the “Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Scholarship” – an Annual Scholarship for young Black Asian Minority Ethnics (BAME) future leaders to pursue their education in the UK. Following the recent launch of the “Black

Fear

As adults, we know how fear can stop us from achieving things. Our children also face fears in certain subjects or topics. Please share this with them. The more they start to believe that they can do it, the more

The True Sign of Parenting

The true sign of great parenting is not actually in the child’s behaviour BUT in the behaviour of the parents. This is a point worth realizing as many parents do sometimes find themselves question themselves when their children make different

THE TRUE SIGN OF GREAT PARENTING

The true sign of great parenting is not actually in the child’s behaviour BUT in the behaviour of the parents. This is a point worth realizing as many parents do sometimes find themselves question themselves when their children make different

Attitude and Values

During my family’s ‘New Year Goals meeting’ with my teenage boys and 9 year old daughter, I emphasised on how their attitudes MUST count this year. I reminded them of how valuable they are and how they must keep that

There is no school…

There is no school equal to a decent home and no teacher equal to a virtuous parent. As our children go back to school this week, let’s keep this mind. You are that important in their lives whether they say