Yes, you guessed it. It’s that time again. Students of all ages are getting ready for more tests and exams. You may be finding it hard to cope with your own stressful daily activities without having the stresses of your child piling up on top of yours. So, how can you decrease stress without adding to your day?
Since the dawn of the industrial age people have put a monetary value on their time. Time is a commodity that we have been given for free and yet trade away so cheaply. Don’t agree with me? Then let’s look at this a little more closely.
The summer vacation is well under way and for the most part has been awesome. Summer is the time when children and adults alike are the most active. So, the question is, what are you doing to replenish the nutrients lost during exercise, sunbathing and perspiring?
Kathy a student from West Sussex has just been accepted by the Crawley Wasps under 16’s female football club. She is hoping to be picked as their midfielder once she has completed training. Kathy’s lifelong dream is to play for an all female team but until now she has never had the confidence to make it to the trials.
By now your child has probably tucked themselves away in their room studying hard for the exams. Most will be locked away with books and revision guides, struggling to stay awake through the boredom. Here are ten ways to keep them going.
Guide your child to success. Want to be a more proactive parent and have a positive impact on your child’s learning? Want to be an effective parent and improve your child’s chances of getting great exam results? It’s all here in this neat little book. To find out more click here: You and Your Child the Path to Success
Can you believe we are now three weeks into the new year? Most people have already given up on their resolutions. In fact statistics show that January 10th is as far as the majority will get. If you are still with us on this journey, congratulations. You are prepared to find the answer to the question others did not bother…