Six ways to maximise the benefits of homework
As a teacher (of over 30 years) and a parent (for nearly 17) I have spent a lot of time setting, supervising, helping with and marking homework of varied types.
3 ways to blitz your study
With Lower School assessment week around the corner, and our Upper School students completing their first set of exams for the year, everyone’s talking about study strategies. A common comment
Parent involvement at school benefits their children!
In today’s world when often both parents work and the demands on their time are increasing, it can be difficult to be actively involved in their child’s education. However the
4 ways to stay relevant with your child
As parents we are always looking for ways to pass on principles and values that we see as important to be a good citizen as well as achieving success in
Nicer, funner, safer – 5 parenting tips for making life with teens better
If you’d like to: communicate better with your teenager, get along with them better, keep them a little safer, have a better idea of how they’re really travelling with their
Building your child’s emotional intelligence
Emotional intelligence, it’s a term that’s thrown around a lot these days. It has even been identified as being more important than academic intelligence in predicting success in life. So