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I often talk to parents in my Hertfordshire therapy space and professionals in Hertfordshire school about creativity and rules. I personally think that there is a fine and interesting balance to be had between creativity and following the rules. But why am I thinking about this today? Well,[…] The post Break The Rules And Have Fun! first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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If you are (or know of) a young person who is feeling: Overwhelmed Is struggling to prioritise Forgets important things Sets unrealistic expectations on their time Procrastinates Then they require a schedule! Particularly when young people begin to juggle their time between revision, exams, a more active social[…] The post The Benefits of Scheduling: Children and Young People first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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In this video I’m sharing 5 top tips for adding a stick of internal dynamite into a child who has lost the mojo to make an effort.  If you are struggling to motivate a de-motivated child there could be a number of reasons why and that’s why applying[…] The post Re-Motivate a Demotivated Child first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Today I’m going to be talking to you about something called ‘Choice Theory’; you may have come across this before and I just want to give you a little refresher around it. I won’t be going into tons and tons of detail but I think reminding ourselves that[…] The post Choice Theory - Does It Work? first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Separation anxiety can prevent every from living their lives to their fullest and can also spiral into lots of other types of anxiety. For this reason, spotting and treating separation anxiety early on is important. Many children display signs of separation anxiety when returning to school, when left[…] The post Spotting Separation Anxiety: Parents and Professionals first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Feelings of annoyance can really zap your energy and positivity. Worst of all, it’s a massive waste of time to feel that way! In this video I share with you 3 tips for overcoming the feelings of being annoyed, The most important, in my opinion, is that the[…] The post Getting Annoyed (and how to avoid it) - Children and Young People first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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I am going to be asking you to do something that you might not want to do: I’m going to be asking you to stop what you are doing and take a step back. What I am really talking about here is something that’s quite difficult to describe[…] The post Stop What You're Doing And Step Back first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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“Holding a grudge is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to get sick.” Basically, holding a grudge is only going to harm you, use up your energy and your concentration that you could be spending on far better things. In this video, I’ll share with you[…] The post Stop Holding a Grudge - Children and Young People first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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Whilst we all overreact from time to time, the more stress and pressure we experience, the more likely it is that we will fall into a habit of overreacting when things go badly. Often the overreaction we have is not just about the situation in front of us.[…] The post How to Stop Overreacting: Parents and Professionals first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

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As we approach the new school term here in Hertfordshire there is something I see happening amongst parents and professionals, and that is we’re building up to this sense of getting ready to go out and do things full-steam, hard-hitting with as many different activities as we possibly[…] The post Rest: Why Children Need It first appeared on NLP4Kids | Children Therapy, Child Counselling, Self Esteem. [...]

BBC NEWS | Education

The "student travel window" has opened allowing students to start heading home for Christmas. [...]

An Indian village school teacher wins the Global Teacher Prize and shares the award with runners-up. [...]

The country's education secretary confirms that the Christmas holiday dates will not change. [...]

There will be more generous grading in next year's GCSEs and A-levels in England to help those age groups. [...]

Universities in England are staggering the return of students after Christmas over five weeks. [...]

Regional Ofsted bosses say schooling has been 'completely disrupted' by Covid-19 in some areas. [...]

Everything you need to know about Covid testing and getting home safely from university. [...]

Ofsted's annual report warns of children out of sight and in danger during the pandemic. [...]

An announcement about plans for next summer's exams in England is expected later this week. [...]

Universities open mass testing centres for students so they can travel home safely for Christmas. [...]

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