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October 2019

Social skills are easy to teach

🤷 Social skills are easy to teach. 🤷 Children can learn the positive values of treating each other with respect and taking responsibility for their own behaviour. The steps to teaching social skills are similar [...]

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NLP4Kids – Articles & Videos

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3) If you are someone, like me, who is highly visual, then you will be good at making up scenes in your mind. It may be that you have a super overactive imagination. A wonderful imagination can be a b [...]

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I wanted to share with you three simple things that can help you to combat anxiety. Now, I know that anxiety is an issue that causes problems for many people, not just young people but adults too. Wha [...]

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Inevitably the summer time brings about change. Whether it’s school transition, a new teacher, a new class or a change in your family life, the summer will usually offer up as much change as it offers [...]

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The term ‘slow learner’ is a misrepresentation (and poor terminology) of what is often going on inside the mind of a child or teenager who isn’t keeping up either academically or developmentally with [...]

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Through my work at my Hertfordshire Therapy Clinic I’ve noticed a regularly occurring issue amongst teenagers: being able to take responsibility for their emotions. What I’ve noticed with a lot of the [...]

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What makes someone reliable, trustworthy, someone you can depend on? Maybe it has something to do with believing their word and knowing that they will stick to their commitments. Sometimes we can be p [...]

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The summer holidays are fast approaching and alongside the slightly more relaxed vibe this can offer, there is also a great opportunity to make a plan… a plan to have fun! Just like other things in a [...]

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Now, I’m not saying that this was not a frightening experience. Having a child choke on your watch is a terrifying experience but there isn’t much to be gained by freaking out. And after the incident [...]

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If you want to have less arguments, more clear thinking and better understanding the key is in your communication and specifically the questions you ask. Using good quality questions you can begin to [...]

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This year we’re making a statistical difference to anxiety and depression in children and young people – and we can prove it! I’m going to share with you something very interesting – and exciting(!) I [...]

BBC NEWS | Education

Families of children with special educational needs face a "treacle of bureaucracy, MPs say. [...]

With about a quarter of minority students affected, universities must tackle harassment, a report sa [...]

Could moving three generations of the same family into a specially-adapted home be a solution to the [...]

Zoe identified her childhood copy of The Secret Garden by the hieroglyphics she wrote on the cover. [...]

Brexit may be driving many to distraction - but it is boom time for university politics departments. [...]

The biggest primary school academy trust is setting up food banks in its schools to feed families. [...]

Ex-students say they are "staggered" the academic has been readmitted to Trinity Hall. [...]

The Royal National College for the Blind says special-needs funding cuts are threatening its future. [...]

An exhibition marks the long struggle for women to get degrees from Cambridge University. [...]

As Cambridge University says its seen a Stormzy effect, we speak to black students about their exper [...]