Autism Awareness Day

Welcome to my blog post which focuses on autism. Did you know that today, the 2nd of April, is Autism Awareness Day, and that April is Autism Awareness Month? More people than ever have autism, and more children than ever are being diagnosed with it. As a teacher, I have taught many children who are […]

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The Frankie Books by Elisa Gianoncelli

J.K. Rowling said: I have a real issue with anyone trying to protect children from their own imaginations. I agree with her wholeheartedly. This is not just because I am a teacher and author, but also because I am a mother. I think children have a great gift of freedom of thought, and imagining, that […]

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The Me, You and the Sun books by Elisa Gianoncelli

We spend every year enjoying the healing heat of summer, or waiting for it to arrive. What better way to educate your children than have them share their delight in the life-giving sun with knowledge of our planet’s geographical peculiarities. In the ‘Me, You and the Sun’ set of books, students follow Antonio and Arlene’s […]

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The Me, You and the Moon books by Elisa Gianoncelli

The ‘Me, You and the Moon’ book is a wonderful start to the journey into learning about our world. It includes a wonderfully enchanting story about a little mouse who, along with his friends Antonio and Arlene, is looking to be reunited with his sister. He begins his journey under the light of the moon […]

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The Me and You Children’s Book Series by Elisa Gianoncelli

Today’s education is one that demands a lot from our children. They need to be creative thinkers, and yet be able to access a great deal of knowledge across a wide range of subjects. In the competitive age we live in, having strong skills in English and Maths is just the minimum requirement; all round […]

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The ‘Me, You and the Moon’ books

The ‘Me, You and the Moon’ book is a wonderful start to the journey into learning about our world. It includes a wonderfully enchanting story about a little mouse who, along with his friends Antonio and Arlene, is looking to be reunited with his sister. He begins his journey under the light of the moon […]

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Free Childcare – allowance of 30 hours per week

In this week’s post I thought I’d share information about the free early education and childcare allowance which gives parents up to 30 hours of free childcare per child of age 3 to 4. The first aspect to be considered is that applications must be made by parents through the gov.uk website a full term […]

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Me you and the Air and the ABC books

One of the toughest things parents and teachers face is getting children to read, especially when they are young reluctant readers. I know a lot about this particular issue, as I regularly tutor a range of students, getting them ready for 5+, 7+, 11+ and 13+ exams. My advice to all of them (and their […]

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