5 Things Kids Can Do to Protect the Oceans

5 Things Kids Can Do to Protect the Oceans

With World Ocean Day taking place on the 8th of June, there’s never been a better time to encourage your kids to get involved in protecting the oceans.

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Summer

  • 4 Simple Ways to Teach Maths Using Sports

    Whether they’re keeping score for a game, timing each half, or calculating which angle the player should hit the ball to score - maths is key in sports. Here are some simple ways to teach maths through sports.

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  • Tips For Teaching Your Kids About Sustainability

    Teaching kids about sustainability and getting them to build up ‘green’ habits certainly isn’t an easy task. Here’s some tips for teaching your kids about sustainability which are sure to help them become environmentally aware from an early age.

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  • Teen Depression and Anxiety: What Parents Can Do to Help

    Hitting adolescence means a whole new set of challenges and feelings, which can be overwhelming to say the least. It’s not unusual for a teenager’s mental health to suffer in reaction to these scary changes, sometimes resulting in anxiety disorders and depression. Here’s what parents can do to help their teenage son or daughter if they’re struggling with these mental health issues.

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  • How to Build Learning Into Everyday Activities

    We know how daunting learning at home can be, and we understand how it’s not always easy to stick to a school regime of Monday-Friday during this difficult period. That’s why it’s a great idea to build learning into everyday activities to make sure your kids are learning new things and their brains are active and engaged.

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  • Webinar Q&A - GCSE and A-Level Exams: What is Actually Going On?

    David Boddy answers a few questions that we didn't have time to cover on our recent webinar, GCSE and A-Level Exams: What is Actually Going On?

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  • How to Foster Life Skill Development

    It's important to remember that all this time spent at home is a great opportunity to start fostering essential life skills that your kids perhaps aren’t always taught at school. Here’s some ideas of skills that will be beneficial to your child and ways to build them into your daily routine.

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