With just a handful of weeks left before children break up for the longest school holiday of the year, parents around the country are looking for ways to not only keep children busy, but to cover childcare while they work…you are not alone! So, what have you got planned? Here
With the school Easter holidays now here, many of us are full of mixed emotions. On the one hand, it’s always great to spend some (more) quality time with the children. But on the other, keeping them busy and happy for almost three weeks can be a task…an expensive one,
Are you worried that the standard of education at your child’s school is far from what it should be? Do you worry about the level of attainment your child has reached and feel that it just isn’t high enough for their age?
It’s fine when your children are preschool age – you can sing nursery rhymes in the car and say the alphabet together while on your travels. But when they’re school age and have homework to do – and need your help – that’s when the real fun starts.
Even the most organised mums can find themselves rushing around in the morning, trying to make sure everything is packed, and that children are sent off to school or nursery on time (ish). So it’s little wonder that the breakfast time rush has been found to put children in danger,
With the weather changing a few times a day and the Easter holidays just behind us, there is a mix of reasons why your child may struggle to sleep through the night. Watch today’s video to see how you can help your child stop waking in the night so you
With World Book Day just complete last week, many children have find memories of their favourite book character – or how much they enjoyed dressing up and getting into all the fun their school had prepared for them.
We all share a desire to give our children the best possible opportunities to succeed and to reach their full potential – it’s just that juggling the commitments of our own work and of current after-school activities can make this hard to achieve. Adding more activities to your child’s schedule
With schools starting back next week, many children will start school in January. If you’ve been struggling to get them mentally prepared for the experience, this video will help:
While you don’t have to metamorph into one of those mums who sickingly worship the ground that their child’s class teacher walks on, having a good relationship with he or she can ale a world of difference to how your child gets on. If you just can’t work out how
Raising a family today costs parents thousands of pounds every year, but there are ways to reduce that cost if you know how. If you could save money on childcare and the club’s and activities you enrol your children into, that money could go a long way and be used
If you’re expecting a child soon, you will probably be thinking of making your home child friendly. A child friendly home is a safe home for your child and a home with more freedom for your child.
Children are so engrained in technology these days, it’s often easy for them to run rings around less tech savvy parents…until the mobile phone bill lands on your doormat! If you’ve had to give your child a mobile phone because they are travelling to and from school but are worried
Potty training a child at home can be a mixed bag, but what if a holiday comes up? Do you stop potty training, or take it with you? We all need a holiday some time, and sometimes a deal is too good to miss on account of potty training. But
Who knew children can create so much mess. From using multiple cups, to endless piles of washing, the school summer holidays can create a battlefield at home. August is here, but there still is a good four weeks to go until schools open again. How do you make sure the