Whether we agree with homework or not, Schools are sending work home with our children to support and reinforce the learning taking place in the classroom. This ranges from reading books, spellings, maths work and perhaps depending on their age a project to work on. We are our child’s role model here and how we view homework they will too, think carefully before you articulate your thoughts on this subject in front of your off spring.Read More
Category: FAMILY talk
Since lockdown began, everyone at Water Babies was determined to survive the storm and be ready and raring to go as soon as we were able to get back into the pool. Right from the very beginning of lockdown we started to look ahead, plan, adapt and train to ensure that when the Government gave the green light we would be ready to get splashing back into the pool. Our key focus from day one was to ensure that we could keep our clients and staff safe and happy in their classes.Read More
For many years Rob Gardner, financial education campaigner has dedicated a lot of time to helping young children understand about money so that they know how to earn it, how to keep it and, crucially, how to grow it, in order to have a more financially stable future.Read More
During lockdown some children have become accustomed to always having their parents around and sudden changes to a child’s environment, and stress, are risk factors for developing anxiety.
Some children may struggle to cope with going back to school after lockdown, steps can be taken to gradually help children cope with the change.
Older members of society are especially vulnerable to loneliness right now as they are at high risk from Coronavirus and advised to only leave their homes if it’s essential.
However, even when we can’t be physically close to our loved ones, there are many ways that we can support them, show kindness and appreciation, and stay connected.
Here are 10 ways that you can support the physical, emotional and mental wellbeing of your loved ones during lockdown.
In these unprecedented times, where working, living, schooling is the “new normal”all under one roof, then it’s not surprising we are starting to feel the strain.
As we negotiate our way through each “new normal” day wearing many different hats – teacher chef, cleaner, working mum would you not like the chance to take a 5 min break?!