Monthly Archives: July 2012

Carrot and Stick

Yesterday I read the story of a child who against the odds worked his way through the school system from a lad in primary school that misbehaved and was always in trouble in the bottom sets, failing academically, struggling to … Continue reading

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Summer Holidays On A Budget

Summer Holidays On A Budget: Summer’s here and parents with children in the school system all over the country are either pulling their hair out juggling work and children at home or celebrating at the thought of six weeks off … Continue reading

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Becoming Adult!

Moving into adulthood is an exciting and exhilerating time for many teens. So many firsts and yet also so many lasts to wave goodbye to from childhood. The transition is made all the more easy though with the loving support … Continue reading

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Olympic Values for Parents

At the time of writing the Olympic flame is wending its way around Britain in readiness for the London 2012 games this summer.  Crowds have turned out in force to support the Torchbearers that have had the honour to carry … Continue reading

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