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A dad's role

A dad's role

a dad's role is vital in providing role models and the love and support of being a father

Single Parents

Single Parents

coping as one, the trials and tribulations of being a single parent

Working Mums

Working Mums

trying to enjoy the work/life balance of being a working mum

Sue Atkins - Professional Coach and Former Teacher Passionate about Parenting

Sue Atkins

Sue Atkins is passionate about making life with children easier and more rewarding, and is extremely enthusiastic about helping you to bring up happy, confident, well-balanced adults; today's children - tomorrow's future.

Divorce and your children

boy behind ripped up marriage picture

January is the month when most people decide their marriage is over. Divorce is traumatic enough, but when children are involved the conflict that can arise between their parents can make children feel trapped.

Mums let children win when playing games- dad doesn’t

Modern mums regularly let their children win at board games – while dads stand by the ‘it’s the winning, not the taking part that counts’ mantra, a study found. Researchers who studied ‘board game politics’ found mums will happily allow their kids to enjoy the thrill of winning if it makes life easier.

If learning to tie shoe laces is becoming a chore you for your child, try out this guide and see if it helps!

Tying shoe laces is a big step in any child’s life, and can be quite a frustrating task. To help make parent’s lives a little bit easier, Charles Clinkard has produced a guide that parents can go through with their children to help them tie their laces. Here’s Clink the Caterpillar to tell you more...

40% of parents call for stronger focus on road safety

Four in ten parents believe introducing road safety to primary school lessons is the best way to improve children’s awareness of potential dangers, according to new research released today by Autoglass®, the country’s leading vehicle glass repair and replacement specialist. The research, which surveyed parents with children between the ages of seven and thirteen, highlights the extent of parental concerns around teaching children how to use the roads safely.