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Parental involvement is the key to their future!

Studies have consistently shown that parental engagement and involvement in the school lives of their children, has a direct and positive impact on the learning success and eventual achievement. Ongoing parental engagement and involvement – parents working alongside and in support of schools, playing an active role in the education process – can, and invariably…

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Helping young people with autism to reach higher!

Autism is a much misunderstood area of disability. People with Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) can be – and quite often are – highly intelligent; it’s even been speculated that the great Albert Einstein was autistic. That being said, the word ‘autistic’ still carries with it unwanted and unnecessary negative connotations, that can – and still…

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Positive about dyslexia

Dyslexia is often regarded as a disability; a barrier to learning that can limit a young person’s potential and narrow their future career path. Whilst it’s true that being dyslexic presents some quite considerable learning challenges and differences, recent research has also found significant positives relating to the condition, such as deeper levels of empathy,…

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Keep their minds growing… all summer long!

The long summer holidays are always a red-hot topic for children everywhere… particularly this July with temperatures set to soar to near-record levels, here in the UK! Late July and August is traditionally a time for our young ones to relax and re-charge after a long year in the classroom. But, amidst all the fun,…

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Lending a hand… where it’s needed the most!

My new series of Parents Guide books can not only help you to help your child succeed, they also support two of the UK’s most worthy charities!Scope is a disability equality charity, providing practical information and emotional support when it’s most needed. It also campaigns tirelessly for a fairer, more caring society.Founded in 1866, Barnardo’s…

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