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As exams are looming for many of our pupils, becoming stressed is a real and worrying outcome which needs to be acknowledged and prevented as much as possible. ...

You've dreaded this day for a while – the day when your teen asks if they can go out on the town for the first time with friends. Okay, let’s be honest, they didn’t so much ask you as you stum...

/*by Ryan Edward Kalb*/ Schools and tests are essential bedfellows in the educational experience. In US schools, state and federal level examinations begin at the primary level, with a school’s performance at times leading to potentially serious results. ...

Reading to your little one before bed is a great way to send them off to the land of nod. It’s also a lovely part of the bedtime routine that you can continue for many years. We all remember having bedtime stories read to us, and your children will too. We asked around the office and here are some of our favourite bedtime stories! ...

/*by Siobhan Brown*/ Are your children struggling to focus? The old sayings "you are what you eat" and "an apple a day" that parents and practitioners have been preaching for decades are solidly rooted in fact. With this in mind, here are the best foods to eat and avoid when combating the effects of ADHD. ...

Twenty to thirty percent of children in cross-sectional studies have significant bedtime problems or night waking, and in most cases, these have behavioral causes and solutions. The estimated prevalence of behavioral sleep disturbances in children is remarkably similar across studies, despite som...

/*by Siobhan Brown*/ More people are suffering from food allergies than ever before. There is a large volume of credible evidence that suggests this could be due, in part, to an increase in additives within our food. The old sayings "you are what you eat," and "an apple a day," that parents and...

  /*By Ian Thurston-Barnes,* Director of LUC Preschool [1]/ Educators are commonly asked how parents can support their child to help them do better in school. I understand why parents are concerned about this. We live in a world where everyone is competing for the next step, whether that be Preschool, primary school entrance, external examinations, or university entrance – and it doesn’t end there. Usually, these questions focus on topics like speaking English at home, extra classe...

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