Happy parenting: interview with Nadim Saad

Happy parenting: interview with Nadim Saad

Parenting is not child's play, as Nadim Saad would be the first to admit, but his company has strategies and tools that make it a whole lot easier. We find out more

Tune in, turn on – the amazing power of subtitles to boost literacy

Tune in, turn on – the amazing power of subtitles to boost literacy

Turn on the Subtitles (TOTS) is campaigning for what could be a gamechanger for children's literacy. And all it takes is one small adjustment – read on

Parent power: Tackling tiny terrors before they become big phobias

Parent power: Tackling tiny terrors before they become big phobias

Phobias are no fun and, be it spiders, needles, hair washing, dogs or buttons, small children's fears can quickly get out of control. Here's what you can do to help

Parent power: Lies and how to deal with them

Parent power: Lies and how to deal with them

Big fibs, porky pies – whatever you choose to call them, lies are told by children the world over. The question is, how do you deal with them?

Understanding hypermobility

Understanding hypermobility

Hypermobility can have a profound impact on children, but a new School Toolkit aims to raise awareness among educators so they can deliver the right support

Energy Saving Trust: how to to engage young people with climate change

Energy Saving Trust: how to to engage young people with climate change

With COP26 underway in Glasgow, Mike Thornton, the Chief Executive of the Energy Saving Trust, talks about its Switch Off Fortnight, beginning on 8th November