My husband has been self-employed for nearly twelve years and I have been self-employed for seven. Being able to do our own thing has become so firmly entrenched in our way of life, that we both jokingly say we’re now utterly unemployable!
Only 32 percent of parents now has a weekly phone call with their off-spring. This is partly due to kids who no longer ‘phone home’
One of my boys has a detention this week, for failing to hand in homework. Again. Really, he has no excuse. And I am at my wits’ end! It seems like the Homework Battle has been going on in my
Sharing good news with friends is normal human behaviour, and the freedom to comment on everything feels exhilarating. Furthermore, these sites allow kids to stay in touch, socialise, boost creativity and develop technical skills.However, experts warn that online socialisation may replace real-life experiences because of its convenience..
In Issue 2: What do Richard Branson, Alexander Graham Bell, Roald Dahl and Walt Disney all have in common? Dyslexia. Claire Bolton sheds some light on the subject and highlights the importance of early intervention.
A toddler or a teenager – which would you prefer? I’d go for teething, tantrums and sleepless nights every time. A 2-year-old may be physically exhausting but at least there is the reward of a big grin, a sloppy kiss and a massive hug.
“Clumsy” or “uncoordinated” are just a couple of words that many parents use to describe their children who may later be diagnosed with Dyspraxia.
When your child hands you that letter from school inviting you to parents’ night, you could have mixed emotions. I’ve been on both sides of the fence as a parent and a teacher. Parents’ nights should be helpful. Follow a few simple rules and get the most out of them.