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Parent's Evening

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Each year parents in the UK are invited to attend an Open Evening where they can meet with teachers to discuss their children's education, future and general behaviour.

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Teaching Table Manners

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Ok, so when your child was learning to eat and manage a spoon or fork - you would tend to allow the sticky fingers and food all over the face and table etc. But now that your child is older, table manners need to be taught or habits will become harder to break.

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Going it Alone

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Children can arrive at any stage during a relationship. With the odd exception, most adults do not choose to become single parents; many start their relationships with a healthy future in mind and support from both sides of the family.

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A Lesson In Life

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Imagine if the National Curriculum for secondary education had a mandatory lesson called ‘Life'... Imagine a lesson that would equip children with the necessary insight to achieve their full potential without having to fall in life's potholes.

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The Seriousness Of Bullying

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"Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words will never harm you". How many times have we heard this said?

Bullying is when someone says or does something to harm or hurt another person.

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Smart Snacking

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Eating the right type of small snack between breakfast and lunch, and again between lunch and dinner, helps to prevent large peaks and dips in your blood sugar level, which can radically affect your child's energy level, concentration and mood.

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