Monthly Archives: August 2012

Back to School: Where do the holidays go?

One week to go and the blogs and internet ads are pinging away with comments and content on how fed up everyone is, how much they quickly they want their children back to school, how empty their purses are and … Continue reading

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Hidden Disabilities – Why getting the right support and help is so important

For seven years, my daughter went through the school system struggling with the hidden disability of hypermobility syndrome.  It didn’t affect her every day but even in primary school I remember her being laid up for a week with the … Continue reading

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The Way Forward

Wondering what the way forward is and what to do next?  Whether it’s after the A Level Results, in readiness for the GCSE results next week, life in general or just for general options in the future why not take … Continue reading

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Helping your child deal with options post A Level Results Day

What is a dream?  What is your dream?  What is my dream? A dream is something that we never give up on?  It is the utopian state that we aspire to – that we hope to become, to do, to … Continue reading

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A Level Results – What You Need to Know

It’s not long now until thousands upon thousands of anxious young adults and teenagers all over the UK (and elsewhere) will get their long awaited A Level and GCSE results and as many parents are finding out the wait is … Continue reading

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