Monthly Archives: August 2018

One in ten young people in the UK, is obese, according to new research. With growing concern over obesity in Britain, the Government is challenging families to address the issue by announcing plans to reverse the “time-bomb” in children’s health with measures designed to halve childhood obesity. These include restrictions on advertising, promotion and sales of […]

At parent’s evening, you probably have quite a few things you’d like to talk about, but possibly only a 10-minute or 15-minute appointment. If you can prepare a little beforehand it will be less stressful and you’ll get more from your meeting with your child’s teacher, especially if it’s your first one. Focus on the […]

Top tips for keeping children’s brains active over the summer holidays The transition from primary to secondary school is an important milestone in every child’s life. But moving from the familiar environment of the primary classroom with one teacher to the busier world of secondary education with many teachers, classrooms and homework can be daunting. […]