Going to school vs. homeschooling, the debate has been going on for decades, and it doesn’t seem like it will be wrapping up anytime soon. So many factors go into choosing what is best for your children, including family situation, location, academic needs, and more. In this blog post, we will discuss the pros and […]
One of the most gut-wrenching decisions working moms have to make is whether to enroll their babies in daycare. Mom-guilt is a real phenomenon. Finding the right infant daycare to fit you and your baby’s needs can be an emotional rollercoaster. But entrusting the care of your child to another while you return to work […]
All parents want their children to have an above-average score in mathematics. However, it is a given that most students do not like math. They often find it very complicated and unnecessary to their daily lives. As a result, your children will not be any different.
Cricket is the second most popular sport in England, and the recent World Cup victory in 2019 only made the nation more enamoured with the classy sport. Many people grew up playing cricket at school, or they would go down to the cricket nets at the local park to practice their batting and bowling.
As parents, most of us are keen to support our children in whatever they choose to do. Unfortunately, despite your efforts to remove all pressure, there are all manner of reasons why they could still end up settling on a school that’s less than perfect for their needs and desires.
The frustrations that come with motherhood can take a toll on your mom’s schedule and wellbeing. Balancing your mom’s duties while taking care of yourself can be quite challenging: there is always something that needs your attention in the house or your children. It would help if you learned how to balance your physical and […]
Your kids have a lot to learn in life and there’s often a ticking clock when they start getting to an age where they need to figure out what they want to study at school and ultimately what type of career they want. It’s a lot to put on the shoulders of anyone, however as […]
Fostering only takes place after the prospective foster carer has been through vigorous checks and assessments. These are designed to ensure that once placed a child has a safe and caring environment that will support their physical and emotional growth and wellbeing.
It can be frustrating for your child to perform well in one academic year, only to perform poorly in the next. As a parent, if you notice such a pattern in your child’s performance, there is no better time to take action than now.
We all know that children learn at different rates, but as a parent, you have a sixth sense when something is wrong with your child. Perhaps they complain about going to school, or maybe their teachers have commented about them falling behind in class? First of all, don’t worry and most importantly, don’t blame yourself.