Sleep Advice Sleep; we all need it and to not get the good quality stuff can lead to all kinds of problems. No wonder we want our children to get the best sleep they can so they wake up refreshed and ready for what the day throws at them. On… Read More»
The seriousness of childishness We often think of play as a childish activity which makes us think of spontaneity and impulsivity, or activity that is unstructured and free but I want to suggest that it’s nothing trivial and consider just how serious play can be. Our expression, “child’s play,” makes… Read More»
GCSE figures provide Brighton and Hove Success Measure So Brighton and Hove is in the news this month for the success of its children as official figures are released in relation to their hard work in their GCSEs which they celebrated in August 2013. This is not so much a… Read More»
Ten Lords a Leaping: Preparing for the Future. The Ten Leaping Lords bringing thoughts about leaving the past behind and moving forward.
Got Christmas Wrapped up? Much as we would love it to be, Christmas isn’t always all fun and games. We have a series of brief posts coming soon inspired by the Twelve Days of Christmas but in the mean time, take a look at these two helpful articles on the… Read More»
Why Can’t the Police Keep Working With us to Support the Runaways? The Police recently announced a change in approach when children are reported missing especially, where children are in care. An article published by the Guardian says: …A radical new approach was being unveiled to target investigations on those… Read More»
This week, Rose gives some helpful tips in setting boundaries with children. Setting Limits Children need structure and to know clearly what is expected of them. Here are some helpful hints about how to keep the communication clear open and supportive whilst saying “no”. Limits are likely to create anger in the… Read More»