As your child moves up to secondary school, Year 7 science lessons can change a lot as children start working in labs like proper little scientists. Here’s an insight into what they’ll learn In KS3 science.
Reaching the goals we set for ourselves is tricky enough, so how can we teach our children the skills to set their own targets for achievement, and, most importantly, stick to them? Amy Schofield reports.
It’s easy to keep track of what your child eats when they’re at home, but school is another matter. For parents of children with allergies, it can be a real worry – read our summary of the latest advice on how to manage your child’s condition.
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Imagery is used in writing to help us imagine a place or character more clearly. This worksheet helps your child practise identifying imagery and then come up with their own metaphors and similes to enrich their descriptive writing.
To mark the launch of the Little Heroes competition, Wacky Warehouse is giving lucky parents the chance to win a Wacky Gold Card worth £100, which entitles one child to a year’s free play. If that isn’t enough, they are also giving you the chance to win a voucher worth £50 from Fayre & Square - so grown-ups and kids can enjoy some delicious food and recharge their batteries after all the Wacky fun. We have two Wacky Warehouse Gold cards to give away.
From the series that inspired the forthcoming movie Seventh Son, the penultimate installment in the chilling and best-selling Wardstone Chronicles by Joseph Delaney. We have six copies of Spook's Alice to give away, worth £9.99 each.