Make Time for You
Like you we too need to take that 10 minute time out during the day and we hope we can help with that. We've lots of news and some great competitions coming up to help combat the dreadful rainy weather we've got at the moment. So sit down, take a deep breath and chill with our pages for 10 minutes.
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When did you last set yourself a goal to achieve? Perhaps a New Year's resolution? What happened? Are you missing out on your dreams and goals? Follow our Life Coach's advice on how to start
If your kids are looking for something to keep them occupied over the holidays, why not challenge them to think up a clever new invention for school uniform?
Young people worried online reputation may affect their future but Mum seeing their posts was the biggest fear
Nearly half of young people are worried about a social media post embarrassing them in the future, according to independent research from the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) Education and Skills Group. The survey of 15-22 year olds across the UK looked at attitudes towards social media and how young people thought it could affect their future.
The Royal Life Saving Society UK (RLSS UK) has issued a warning as temperatures across Britain are set to hit a scorching 35C.
The charity has appealed for people to take note of simple safety messages to avoid a repeat of last summer’s tragedies when many people lost their lives cooling off in unlifeguarded open water, not suitable for swimming. Figures released from the National Water Safety Forum (NWSF), of which RLSS UK is a partner, earlier this month revealed that the peak summer months of July and August witnessed the most deaths in 2014.
Just 3 in 10 families sit down together for dinner according to new national research from Harvester
Only 30% of UK families eat dinner together every night, new national research has revealed. Exactly half of the UK says work commitments, modern shift patterns and children’s after school activities make it either impossible or very difficult to get the family together for meal times, according to the nationwide study by Harvester Restaurants.
All children develop in different ways, but when it comes to preparing your child for the first day, parents can help them practically as well as providing them with basic life skills. Here are a few tips from Laura Hathaway, an Early Years Professional from Tinies Childcare, www.tinies.com