Monthly Archives: September 2013

I Love You Just Not Your Behaviour!

Teenagers and Apologies Consider the situation – a noisy classroom, a stressed teacher and an exercise that needs considerable 1:1 between one student and the teacher leaving the others unsupervised for a large part of the lesson!  It doesn’t take … Continue reading

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Fairies, Fairy Tale and Folklore – Good or Bad for Children?

We were reflecting the other day on the fairies that used to frequent our house when the children were little.  They have happy memories of Slumberbell (the night time fairy who would encourage the children to stay in their beds … Continue reading

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Fostering Independence in Children

I remember clearly the moment I gave birth to my daughter and it occurred to me that parenting was going to be about letting go.  It was going to be a journey that my daughter and I would take together … Continue reading

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