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A Parent’s Survival Guide to Exams and Tests

Our children are among the most tested in the world.  In state schools formal assessments begin in primary school with SATs in year two and six and the optional Eleven plus exam.  At secondary school a potent mix of hormonal teenagers with exams...

Posted on 16 April 2015

Why everything we know about discipline is wrong

Not knowing how to effectively discipline their children is “the greatest concern of parents today,” say leading UK and US child psychologists. This finding won’t come as a surprise to readers of this newsletter.  We pay close attention to which...

Posted on 18 August 2015

Back to school

Long, lazy days, filled with day trips, late nights, and an ever-sliding routine are what make the school summer holidays. But as the days draw in and the autumn term looms, here’s how to tackle that tricky transition back to structured days and...

Posted on 24 August 2017


Friendship is one of life’s greatest gifts. For toddlers, early socialising establishes healthy patterns for solid friendships later in life and lays foundations for a strong ‘sense of self’. For older children, a personal support network creates ...

Posted on 12 September 2017

Getting the family school-ready

Whether they’ve started a new school, moved up to primary or secondary school , or even just moved up a year, this time often brings about a mixture of excitement and nerves for both children and parents. The fear of the unknown can be daunting bu...

Posted on 18 September 2018