Monthly Archives: January 2013

Ofsted – the good, the bad or the ugly!

How much input do you have in your child’s school?  We are told on a daily basis that the school/home partnership is crucial to a child’s success and being actively interested in your child’s school/education is a vital part of … Continue reading

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LEARNING – Using the LEARN model to help children get on with homework and school work

When it comes to sitting down and learning, many children get unstuck just the same way that many adults do.  There’s always a hundred other things they would rather be doing and for sure they can come up with fifty … Continue reading

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Pictures: Top Tips for Teenagers Posting Online

We may all live in a human zoo but when it comes to the internet it suddenly becomes a jungle and no more so than when young girls and boys start posting their pictures to social networking sites and other … Continue reading

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Letting Go, Saying Goodbye and Moving On

“All of life is an act of letting go but what hurts the most is not taking a moment to say goodbye” ( Life of Pi)  Yesterday we went to see Life of Pi at the cinema.  Apart from the … Continue reading

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New Year – New Resolutions

New Year – New Resolutions!!  But just how long will it be until these are broken or will we manage to keep them and see them through to fulfilment? Each year we spend a little time on New Year’s Eve … Continue reading

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