Safety tips for keeping your children safe at home

In this post I’m going to be sharing with you some of the key safety tips for ensuring your children are safe at home. I will be sharing with you the safety considerations in the bathroom, the kitchen and the living room. THE BATHROOM Lock medicines away and ensure the labels are clear and containers […]

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Children’s Party Ideas and Planning

Organising and running a children’s party takes much time, effort, patience and planning and can be expensive. Hosting the party at home can save money as you can prepare the food at home and avoid paying hire charges for a venue. Planning the entertainment yourself will also save money on having to pay a party […]

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Keeping the kids entertained over the summer!

While many parents look forward to the break from the school-run, ferrying back and forth between clubs and after school activities as well as assemblies and parents’ evenings, they also dread the huge expanse of the six week summer break and the “How am I going to keep the kids entertained over the summer?”. So […]

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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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Is nature better than TV?

In an age of social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, the internet especially Google, television and YouTube, is it actually important to be able to physically know what bugs or worms look like, or the fact that butterflies come from caterpillars? In my opinion, it does. If we are not careful, the only way […]

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Eating Disorders

We often hear about eating disorders in the news, and frankly I find them alarming! Having read up on the matter, I think we should start addressing it much earlier than we are! Children should be taught about health and fitness from a very young age! Food Tech and P.E lessons don’t really do enough […]

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Bonding with your baby

This issue is very topical at the moment, with new NHS statistics making the headlines. According to a recent poll, one in five women suffer psychologically in the first year of giving birth. Rather dishearteningly, nearly half of NHS groups fail to provide a service for such women. Bonding with your baby is extremely important […]

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Is the 11+ exam getting harder ?

Have you experienced the ‘dreaded’ 11+ exams?! There are now more children than ever applying to sit the 11+ exams which is making the competition even harder. There are also beliefs that the exams are becoming ‘tutor proof’ which can also create difficulties with preparation. Children are being asked to jump through even bigger hoops […]

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