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Tue 24 March 2015
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.
Tue 10 February 2015
Chances are that your parents attempted to limit your time in front of a screen, and that you do the same. But there have never been more screens for children to choose from! Televisions, computers, tablets, smartphones – all competing for attention, often at the expense of time spent at play. How comfortable should we be with this shift?
Tue 13 January 2015
The world is changing fast. Reading, writing and arithmetic might have been the buzzwords while we were at school, but what about our children – what skills do they need to learn to equip them for the future? We pick out five essentials...
Tue 04 November 2014
To mark Dyslexia Awareness Week 2014, we asked mother of two Rachel Smith to reflect on the ups and downs of life in a family where husband and son are both dyslexic…
Wed 08 October 2014
Classical pianist James Rhodes is on a mission. He wants all those unused musical instruments out of cupboards and attics and into the hands of children in primary schools across England. Why? Because music is much more than just music – it’s a doorway to a lifetime of opportunity…
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