Children’s book review: Great Elizabethans: HM Queen Elizabeth II and 25 Amazing Britons from Her Reign

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links This week’s children’s book review is all about Great Elizabethans: HM Queen Elizabeth II and 25 Amazing Britons from Her Reign. It was published by Nosy Crow and it can be purchased on Amazon.

Children’s book review: Goddess: 50 Goddesses, Spirits and Saints

AD | Post contains gifted items This week’s children’s book review is all about Goddess: 50 Goddesses, Spirits and Saints by Dr Janina Ramirez and Sarah Walsh. The book was published by Nosy Crow with the British Museum and can be purchased on Amazon. Tales of powerful female figures have been told since the beginning of time and this collection brings together 50 stories from around the world. There are loving creators, wise leaders, fearsome warriors, gentle healers and mystical protectors, and they can each inspire you to find strength within yourself . . . Beautifully

How to make your child’s bedroom somewhere to relax

AD | Collaborative post When children are first born we can think of their bedrooms as somewhere practical. As a baby, they don’t need much more than a cot and then as a toddler, maybe their first bed. It’s not until our children get that bit older that they want to start spending time in their bedrooms. Take a look at some tips for how to make your child’s bedroom somewhere to relax.

Win a Smart Ball from Wicked Uncle

AD | Giveaway I don’t know about you but as soon as the weather gets nicer we tend to spend a lot more time out in the garden, especially at the weekend and after school. However, it can be difficult to keep children occupied for a good amount of time sometimes and that means needing some cool toys for them to play with. Today I’m bringing you a really cool giveaway, where you can win a Smart Ball from Wicked Uncle.

A Parents’ Guide to BTEC Qualifications

AD | Collaborative post A BTEC qualification is a lot more of a benefit to people than you may realise. It’s a vocational qualification that relies on the learner picking up more practical-based skills as opposed to more academic ways of learning. While not taught in the traditional way, a BTEC qualification is just as valuable as any other qualification, and it can still take your child right through to university. In this guide from a top private school in London, we share the key things you need to know about BTEC qualifications. How do

The Importance of English Literature in Schools

AD | Collaborative post English Literature is a popular yet important subject taught in schools in the UK. As part of a school’s requirement to teach English, Language and Literature subjects are usually separated to give your child the best chance at developing their skills within both fields.  Literature focuses more on the study of stories, novels and other forms of writing, whereas Language particularly focuses on the way English has developed and how it has changed over the course of history.

How & Why You Should Build Positive Relationships with Your Child’s Teachers

AD | Collaborative post Having a good relationship with your child’s teachers provides a number of benefits to both you and the teachers at the school. It will provide a lot more access for children, as well as liaising with teachers on crucial elements where required. It’s why it’s a great idea for parents to get involved in their child’s education and make lasting relationships with their teachers.