You’ve heard about phonics, but what is speech rhythm training and how could it give your child’s reading a head start?
Go to the beach in the heart of the city, play in a flower bower, share your love of books, have a green weekend and watch a medieval tournament with our pick of five of the best kid-friendly events happening across the UK this July.
With just weeks until the end of term, we run through the truths every primary-school parent knows about the imminent end of the academic year.
Taking children out of the classroom and into the great outdoors, forest school is growing in popularity – but what does it actually involve?
The National Space Centre is a day out that the whole family will enjoy; it’s a fun, interactive and accessible way to learn about the universe we live in. Just don’t be surprised if you leave with a budding astronaut or two!
If school life isn't suiting your child with SEN, home educating could be a viable prospect – but is it right for you?
So you're thinking about home educating your child but aren't sure whether you're up to the job. We address some of the most common concerns to help you decide on the best course of action for you and for your child.
Being solely responsible for your child's education can feel like a heavy burden at times. We have tips for putting yourself back in the home-educating driving seat.
One of the principles of home education is that a child can learn at their own rate, but how you do make sure they're actually making progress?