Helping kids through big transitions

Helping kids through big transitions

Many children struggle with big changes, such as moving house, changing school or siblings moving out. Often these situations can trigger unwanted behaviour, tears, fear, anxiety and can even affect your child’s academic performance. If you are aware your child is struggling, we’ve found some simple tools and techniques you can use to help them have an easier time with challenging transitions.

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  • 3 ways to motivate your kids to do well at school

    Navigating through school is hard for any child, meaning staying motivated can sometimes be tricky. Not only are kids attending 4 or 5 different lessons per day, they have a multitude of homework to complete, exam worries all whilst trying to maintain friendships and grow up. Combined it can be extremely overwhelming, which can leave kids feeling demotivated, especially when they don’t have the right tools to be able

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  • 5 must-have life skills for teenagers

    If your teenager is leaving for university or moving out in the next few years, you might be wondering how they’re going to survive on their own? Try not to worry too much as your child is much more capable than you probably think. Even so, now is a great time to teach your teen some practical skills which will leave both of you feeling more confident when it comes to them flying the nest for the first time. 

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  • How parents can help with big homework projects

    As parents, you play an important role when your child is completing homework, especially when they’re undertaking bigger projects that are going to require a lot of time and dedication. Even though it can be tempting to do the work for them, it’s important to coach your child and provide advice and guidance. This will be much more helpful in the long run and ensure they do their best. Here’s a few ways you can do th

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  • 5 ways to help your kids find a hobby they love

    All parents want their children to find a hobby they can be passionate about. Not only are hobbies great for developing a child’s self-worth and self-esteem but can also benefit them socially, physically and mentally. With so many different hobbies to choose from, finding an activity that your child truly enjoys can be tricky and overwhelming. We’ve put together some ways parents can help kids discover a hobby they l

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