For many, Mothering Sunday or Mother’s Day encourages us to thank the women who love and raised us. But for those who have lost their mum or don’t have a mum, it can be a painful reminder that she’s not there. Whether the loss happened a few months or a few years ago, a grieving…
March 20, 2020
Kids who have a secure attachment with their parent stand a much better chance of developing happy and content relationships with others as they grow up!
January 9, 2018
As it is World Autism Week, we want to talk about the awareness of invisible needs and disabilities. Some of us might be familiar with this term, but not sure what it means. Well to put it simply, an invisible disability is a physical, mental or neurological condition that is not visible from the outside,…
September 12, 2017
Is your child aged between 0 – 5? Are you looking to develop their social skills? If so, fantastic, this article is just for you and full of expert tips…
March 7, 2017
After months of campaigning and debates, it has been confirmed that sex and relationships education in the UK will be compulsory in all schools
March 2, 2017
Now she’s in her tweens, you’re more likely to be getting 1 word answers at best, maybe even eye contact if you’re lucky, but it doesn’t have to be that way
January 5, 2017
There are lots of articles out there for parents wanting to help their child as they move up to secondary school. But, parents need just as much support!
August 25, 2016
Dr Gummer comments on a recent study that looks into how and if different parenting choices can affect your child’s development.
May 5, 2016
Back to school and it is all change: as of September 2014, all KS1 children start the new term with free school meals, so we have been talking to parents about their views on this government initiative. We found that the reaction was somewhat mixed. A small group of parents reported being pleased because they…
September 8, 2014