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Back chatting to Adults is Very Wrong

With most exams over or almost over, we thought it would be a good idea to talk about issues that we assume our children should know better. Back chatting is becoming very common among teenagers and is the fastest route

Children With Special Educational Needs (SEN)

Families Of Children With Special Educational Needs Are Facing A Postcode Lottery To Get Help At Schools. Around one in five children in England and Wales has special educational needs (SEN) and is eligible for extra help at school. BBC

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

TIPS FOR ENCOURAGING OUR SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN’S WRITING:

Writing is a very vital aspect in life. Whether our children are writing by hand or on the computer, many homeworks and exams require them to write short answers or longer essays as a way of assessing what they have

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

Importance of Homework

Homework gives us a chance to be involved in our children’s learning and really reinforces what our children are learning at school. The variety and level of homework depends on your child’s class year and school. Between Reception and Year

MORE PARENTS SUPPORT IN THE NEW TERM

As the new term begins in about a week’s time, our children’s new teachers will be planning and working hard to make sure that all our children are progressing but with the recent news of many schools having an average

PARENT’S ROLE AS CAREER ADVISERS CAN OFTEN BE OUTDATED-says a report

According the Association of Colleges (AoC), 70% of young people trust their parents for job advice; however the report argues that parent’s views can often be out of date. “Parents can push their children towards careers that are seen to