“I didn’t have anyone to play with today.” As a parent what do you do The first thing to do is listen, it is the hardest thing to do when very part of you wants to jump in and ‘fix” it. But just listen, your child will tell you the details when they are ready. … [Read More...]
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A GAP break may be the perfect answer for many young people who are tired after completing secondary school. The advantages are worth considering. Remember, a GAP experience doesn’t necessarily have to last for a whole year.
First impressions count. You don’t want your child to have a bad first day at school simply because something was overlooked, misunderstood or forgotten. Children hate standing out from their peers when they first walk into a new school. Fitting in is everything so knowing what they need to take or do is very important.