Building Resilience in Kids is Important - Here's Why

Building Resilience in Kids is Important - Here's Why

Building up resilience in kids is not only important for your child’s mental health but helps with their ability to cope with difficulties that are a part of everyday life. In fact, children with greater resilience are generally happier, better able to manage stress, deal with ups and downs such as moving house or changing schools, as well as bounce back from challenging situations.

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  • Strategies to Improve Memory and Recall

    Having a good memory and being able to recall information easily is something that is especially desired by students when heading into exam season. However, it’s often easier to just wish to have a better memory, when in fact there are some simple strategies that can be used to help achieve this goal.

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  • Exam Stress Is on the Rise: How to Support Your Child with Exams

    Exam season can be an anxious time, with many students under a high amount of pressure to perform well and get high grades. That’s why it’s so important that parents are able to fully support their children, making sure they are calm, confident, prepared and motivated throughout this stressful period. Here’s the best ways to support your child.

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  • Tips for Students Deciding on a University That is Right For Them

    For students looking at going to university in the next year or two, you’re probably noticing how many different options there are to choose from. With over 150 institutions in the UK offering different experiences, courses and extra-curricular opportunities, choosing the right university is probably one of the first tough decisions you have to make as a teenager.

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  • How to Support Your Child to Plan For and Complete Long-Term Projects & Research Reports

    Getting started on a big homework project or research report can be overwhelming for kids, especially as long-term projects require lots of time and dedication. These step-by-step tips can help children break down big tasks into manageable chunks and make something huge seem achievable.

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  • Why It's Important to Limit Your Child's Screen Time

    Spending too much time on screens has been linked to not getting enough sleep, bad grades, and a greater risk of obesity. Here’s some information about why it’s so important for parents to limit screen time and the effects it can have.

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  • The Ultimate Guide to GCSE Revision

    Exam season is just a few weeks away, meaning there’s never been a better time to get prepared. In fact, thinking about exam revision sooner rather than later can have a positive effect on performance and grades. Here’s the ultimate guide to GCSE revision, with everything you and your parents need to know. Follow our seven steps to success!

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