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Young Games Inventor 2016

Now entering its 4th year, our annual Young Games Inventor competition encourages children to design and invent their own game from scratch, covering everything from the design to the game play!

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Discover your child's BrainBox personality!

Ever wondered how your child sees the world? Find out by taking the BrainBox personality quiz! It only takes 2 minutes and gives a great insight into how they think.

Play BrainBox online!

Play your favourite BrainBox games online - get the whole family playing and see who can top the leaderboard!

Discover your child's BrainBox personality!

Take the BrainBox personality quiz! It only takes 2 minutes and gives a great insight into how your child thinks.

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“I’m not naughty – I’m autistic”

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Maths: No More Fear and Loathing

Many children are turned off maths at a young age simply by being told that they just "don't have what it takes" to be good at the subject. However, by adapting the right mindset, you can prevent maths becoming filled with fear and loathing – for you or your child.

Continental Contrivances

Europe has been high on the news agenda for weeks now, which started us thinking – of all the things we in Britain take for granted today, which can we trace back to our continental neighbours? So, from bratwurst to boulevards, here are 10 innovations to thank Europe for…

“When life gives you lemons…”

From missing out on the school team to being told off by a favourite teacher, things at school don’t always go as planned. How can you help your child to cope with disappointment, and even turn it into a positive?