How To Remedy A Damaged Attention Span

How To Remedy A Damaged Attention Span The internet used to be a luxury tool which we only switched on when we wanted to do something specific. Now, it is incredibly sophisticated and what we can use it for is potentially limitless. You may have noticed that these days, most of us have checked our…

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7 Easy Ways to Encourage our Kids to Read & Write

Explore our Writing Workshop for 11-13 year olds coming up this Easter if you would like to pull the handbrake on technology and allow your child to discover the wonder in this contagious art form that classrooms might be making too technical and sterile. As for reading, start with a Kindle. Quoting Margaret Atwood who wrote The Handmaid’s Tale : “In the end, we’ll all become stories” so learn to create and write yours the best you can.

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Low Self-Esteem

People with low self-esteem tend to not be very kind to themselves, judge their own actions negatively, and take on less challenges in life due to a belief that they will inevitably not succeed. Building self-esteem is a process, and it can take time to shift beliefs. Find out how.

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Congratulations to all our Students!

Results are out! A Message from our Director I can imagine a day like 15th January would be filled with mixed feelings to the extremes – some elated and some huge disappointments. Getting into Oxford or Cambridge is no easy feat and a big achievement. However for some of us who hold ourselves to the…

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How To Get Kids To Open Up

Why is it that many children find it so challenging opening up to their parents and what can parents do to improve the quality of these dialogues? We hope that this article will provide you with some resources to further enrich your connection with your kids!

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