Shake hands with a friendly giant, set a course for the Bermuda triangle or even come face-to-face with a vampire rabbit (yes, really) this October, with 26 creepy, kooky and altogether spooky activities for you and your family to enjoy this half term. So ready, get set – ghoul!
Looking for a gift idea that will give pleasure all year round? We've picked out the best of the UK's museum membership deals for children and families.
What's it like to home educate a child around the world? We take a snapshot of home education in seven different countries.
From bright lights to big waves, enjoy our pick of five of the best kid-friendly autumnal adventures happening across the UK this October.
It's science fiction, but not as we know it... Introduce your child to quantum physics, open their eyes to the vastness of the universe, help them experiment with the elements of the periodic table and give them the confidence to explore their own scientific ideas with our pick of the best kids' fiction about science and our world.
Mum-of-four Kate Brett, from the Isle of Wight, explains why she decided to home educate her visually impaired son, Jacob.
When Max and Katie Evans decided to go travelling, they also embarked on home educating their children. They explain what it's like to travel and teach at the same time.
Janice Broomfield from Liverpool explains why she decided to home educate her three children when they became unhappy at school.
Another academic year means another cycle of timetables, school activities and homework for parents around the world, and before you know it it'll be the summer holidays again. But what might going back to school look like when today's babies are starting at primary and secondary school? Step inside the classroom of the future...
Happiness and positivity can make a huge difference to your child’s wellbeing and achievement. We take a look at what schools are doing, and how you can help your child be happier every day.