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Tall Stories

Translated from picture book to television all the way to the big stage, The Gruffalo has captured the imagination of the young and old alike. The Gruffalo is one of the most popular children’s...

Child Development: A Problem Shared

We’ve all heard ‘he’s a bit slow’ or ‘she’ll do it in her own time’, but are they fair comments? Dr Ari Mihailidis, an expert in child development, sheds light on these fascinating first stages

Preparing to start Primary School

s a Single Parent and an Education Consultant, former Headteacher, LEA Adviser for Gifted & Talented Pupils and SEN Coordinator, Judith loves helping families so that they can feel successful in the...

Taking the hassle out of homework

esley is an educational psychologist with nineteen years’ experience of working with teachers, children and young people to maximise educational progress and promote wellbeing. Lesley has expertise in a range of assessment...

Giving your toddler a kick start in learning

eni is a child psychologist with a successful coaching practice in Hampshire. She has over 25 years’ experience and is the author of What Children Need to be Happy, Confident and Successful,...

Primary Concern

As a new year of reception children start school, Lianne Kolirin asks whether five – or in many cases four – is too young to start in formal education. A child’s first day at school...

The real cost of sporting success

The real cost of sporting success - Inc. video featuring mum of mother of Olympic medal-winning gymnast Louis Smith below: Bringing up the next Lewis Hamilton or Andy Murray could cost parents an...

An Instrumental Decision

From tuneful tots to mini musicians, when you introduce your child to music, you bestow them with a gift for life. Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to...

Freedom to Learn

With the unprecedented population surge in recent years, the grassroots home education movement is simply thriving in Britain. Home schooling is fast becoming a viable alternative for many parents wishing to shun conventional education,...

How to perform resuscitation and CPR on an infant

Having the knowledge required to carry out first aid on an infant can be vital, yet 81% of parents admit they don’t have the skills required to administer even basic first aid, with statistics...