How to talk to your children about the news

How to talk to your children about the news

With frightening news stories constantly being broadcasted on the radio, TV and social media sites, it’s certainly hard for anyone to ignore.  The news can be scary and often overwhelming for children, especially as lots of the stories are difficult for them to understand and include negative, violent or terrifying content. As it’s hard to completely stop your kids being exposed to the news, it’s extremely important

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  • Study tips backed by science

    When most students think about studying, often they’re imagining long hours, re-reading the same material and sitting in the same place. Even though these methods can work short-term, they can also be fairly tedious. Rather than regularly using these techniques, we’ve discovered some handy study habits backed by science that are going to be much more beneficial. We guarantee they’ll help transform study time as well

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  • Celebrating Roald Dahl

    If your child is a Roald Dahl fan then make sure you mark Wednesday the 13th of September in your calendar! It’s the only day throughout the year dedicated to celebrating the talented writer, his classic children’s books as well as providing his fans the opportunity to truly embrace and enjoy the magical fictional worlds he created. There’s so many ways you and your kids can celebrate Roald Dahl Day, so make sure you

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  • Should students type class notes on a computer?

    Note taking may not be the most enjoyable part of a lesson but is integral for any student’s academic success. Writing notes down manually may be the current norm, however, with technology constantly advancing other techniques could be more beneficial. Many students have even argued they type out clearer and more accurate notes rather than writing them on paper. Even though laptops and tablets are often banned during

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