Research suggests children learn how to manage money best when they’re having fun, practising with their parents. Here are some top tips from Erik Bohjort, child psychologist and Head of Research at Gimi, a free pocket money app and chores manager.Read More
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Signing is an intriguing and remarkable tool for the development of language. Dr Lin Day, founder of Baby Sensory babysensory.com, gives us the benefit of her 35 years of research in childhood learning and development to explain all about it.Read More
Are your little ones less than thrilled to go back to school after the holidays? In this article, Rachel Hall gives some invaluable tips you can use to change your child’s outlook and help them fall in love with learning.Read More
The recommended amount of physical activity is 60 minutes a day for young children, but with screen time on the increase for children when at home, with many under 5’s being able to use an iPad better than their parents, it is the responsibility of Nurseries and Schools to ensure young children are exposed to outside physical activity.Read More
Standards in England’s schools are continuing to rise, with more pupils achieving strong results in English and maths, and more pupils performing well in the EBacc, following new secondary school data published today.Read More
The Department for Education announced today that schools are to receive a new model music curriculum created by an independent panel of experts. This is expected to ensure that all pupils are able to enjoy high quality lessons.Read More
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