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(AD) The power of one-to-one tutoring

(AD) The power of one-to-one tutoring

AD Disclaimer: This blog post 'The power of one-to-one tutoring' is a sponsored blog post written by Tutortoo Slough. Wanting the best for your child’s education is a powerful instinct, but knowing what this entails can be challenging. While you may instinctively know that having extra time with a tutor is a positive, you might wonder if it is the right thing to do. There are all sorts of reasons why you might be considering tuition. It could be that your child is struggling to keep up or they are a little bored at school and need stretching. It might…
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Fostering in Bracknell Forest

Fostering in Bracknell Forest

Have you ever considered becoming a Foster Carer? I have to admit it wasn’t something I knew a lot about but since talking to Sarah at Bracknell Forest Fostering my knowledge has increased significantly. Did you know that, according to the Fostering Network every 20 minutes another child comes into care needing a foster family in the UK and every day there are about 65,000 children living with 55,000 foster families. As a result of these figures Bracknell Forest are keen to raise awareness of the opportunity to become a foster carer and are trying to spread the message about…
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Complete Childcare’s ‘School Ready’ Programme (AD)

Complete Childcare’s ‘School Ready’ Programme (AD)

Disclaimer: This blog post has been written in paid partnership with Complete Childcare. At Complete Childcare our ‘School Ready’ Programme prepares your child for starting the big wide world of primary school. The programme is based on collaborative work with teachers from schools and discussion about what they want to see in children moving from pre-school to school. Children need to be able to recognise their name - not just in beautiful typeface but also as mummy writes it on the label on their coat! They need to know that when the teacher is busy with the other children, that their…
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Ten Top Tips to help your child sleep on Christmas Eve

Ten Top Tips to help your child sleep on Christmas Eve

Thank you to guest blogger Michelle Brown from The Baby Sleep Expert for sharing her 'Ten Top Tips to help your child sleep on Christmas Eve'. Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house – not a creature was EVEN THINKING ABOUT SLEEPING – not even a mouse.  Most parents know that 24th December is one of the hardest nights to get your child to sleep. There is so much excitement and anticipation of the big day that the last thing your child wants to do is lie still and go to sleep. So how do you help your…
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Kids and clutter

Kids and clutter

I invited Jo Hall from Less is More to share with us some of her decluttering tips, so she kindly wrote this guest blog post 'kids and clutter'. I know after lockdown I have a lot of sorting and tidying to do, so hopefully you will find this blog post insightful. Babies are small, but if you're not careful, they come with a mountain of stuff!  Children can bring plenty of clutter into your home. But is it all really necessary?  How much is too much? What do you need to do to make sure that it stays tidy and…
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