Helping Your Child Write

One thing I often hear as a teacher is the difficulty of getting reluctant writers to write. Unfortunately, despite all the advances in technology, writing is still a very important skill to learn, however, for our children, writing isn’t as… Continue Reading >

Empowering Minds: CONNETIX and the Journey of Educational Exploration

In today’s rapidly evolving world, the educational terrain is constantly adapting to prepare the younger generation for future challenges, especially in the face of technological advancements. Open-ended play, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), and inclusive STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering,… Continue Reading >

5 benefits of serving family style meals

“If I do not put the food on my child’s plate he will never eat it” parents often tell me. Are you worried that your child will not even look at the food or attempt to eat it if it… Continue Reading >

Choosing the Right School

When it comes to finding the right school for your child, you want to make sure they’re in a place where they can learn and grow. Of course, that doesn’t mean the school has to be fancy—it just needs to… Continue Reading >

Setting up Good Sleep for Your Newborn

You have a new baby and everyone wants to know how is sleep going. Some parents are going to be thrilled to answer with “he’s the best sleeper, and so easy…we are so blessed, while others avoid answering altogether. What… Continue Reading >

Helping Kids Regulate Their Emotions

Today, we’re going to talk about something really important: emotional regulation. It’s a big topic, and it’s something I’ve been thinking a lot about, especially given the recent challenges my family has faced. Some of these events have been tough,… Continue Reading >

Improving your child’s outcome in Child Care

The moment when your Child’s Teacher asks to speak to you and to set up a meeting… freak out is usually you the first response! It’s not a bad situation though, when your child’s teacher wants to speak to you,… Continue Reading >

How To Develop Motivation To Learn In Children

Tips from a teacher and parent. Every parent has their own life lessons they want to teach their children. For some, it is about taking responsibility for their decisions. For others – it’s about building resilience to achieve their dreams…. Continue Reading >

5 Tips to Help Kids Feel Happy

As parents, we all want our children to be happy right? Firstly, let’s be clear that children (or even us adults) cannot be happy all of the time. We experience a vast range of emotions, all day, every day…which is… Continue Reading >

Primitive Reflexes – Why parents need to know about them.

Dr Jane Williams, Dr Tessa Grigg and Bindy Cummings   Primitive reflexes are on our minds as Dr Jane and Dr Tessa attend a conference in London with a focus on ‘Movement and Cognition’. The conference participants understand that if… Continue Reading >