Preparing for the first day back to school

Preparing for the first day back to school

With the summer holidays zooming by, it’s easy to feel a little unprepared for the first day back to school. To make the most of the upcoming year, it’s always best for parents and students to plan ahead, especially throughout the last few weeks of the long break. Often the first couple of days back can feel hectic, so taking time to prepare will mean that everyone is feeling positive and eager to get back into the s

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  • Helping kids deal with stress

    Even though childhood can appear to be a carefree time, kids can still experience stress. With school and social life creating all sorts of pressures alongside exam worries, life can often feel overwhelming for kids. As parents, it’s important to understand that you can’t protect your children from stress, however, you can support them by developing healthy ways for them to cope with everyday problems. Here’s some wa

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  • Teaching kids to be smart about using social media

    For the majority of kids and teenagers, social media is a central part of their everyday lives. Even though there are plenty of good things about social media, there are also many dangers that you want your kids to avoid. With 90% of teens using social platforms daily, it’s important for parents to teach children how to use social media the smart way.

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  • Choosing the right backpack for your child

    Backpacks are one of the most practical school items and allow kids to carry just one bag instead of juggling P.E kits, school books and science equipment separately. Even though backpacks are useful, often they can get extremely heavy, causing strain on your kids’ muscles, joints and cause back pain. That’s why it’s important to choose one that’s suitable for your child before they start the new school term.

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