Well the summer is finally upon us – are we all looking forward to a break from school? Here in teen and tween world we’ve got girls pushing against boundaries, boys turning 13 and young adults continuing to confuse their parents on a daily basis. Read on to find out more about what the BritMums […]
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The Brits (as I affectionately call them) Whether you are able to attend BritMums Live in London or not this weekend, there’s no escaping the fact that it forms one of the highlights of the blogging calendar for most writers. It’s a chance to brush up on your technical skills, meet ‘in the flesh’ all […]
We’ve got a real mixed bag on the round-up this month. We’ve got kids leaving school and making good progress in their current school, and an awful lot of growing up and striving for independence. Tara from Sticky Fingers writes beautifully about her 11 year old son’s bad dreams. Tweens might seem big a lot […]
World Book Day, March 6, rolls around every year, yet every year as parents we find ourselves procrastinating then panicking about all the children’s activities. Here, a guide to what you can expect to undergo. 1. Read letter from school about World Book Day and decide that, since it’s a month away, there’s plenty of […]
Well Mr Gove has ruffled a few feathers with his plans on reforming the British educational system. This will affect anyone with a child at school so BritMums asked a parent and a teacher to give their points of view. Helen Wills from Actually Mummy leads the discussion and Nikki Thomas from Stressy Mummy adds […]
I know, I know, it’s January! Christmas was wonderful yet challenging and exhausting, we’re all paying for it all in more ways than one. It’s tricky to get our children outside because it just won’t stop raining, the school runs are still dark and I for one haven’t got the energy to build an ark […]
There’s a question I’m often asked by mums when they discover I’m the main carer for our two daughters. The words vary slightly, but it goes something like this; “Is it hard looking after two children compared to having a full time job?” I’ve been asked this question many times and yet I still […]
Well the summer holidays are nearly over, maybe they even are over where you are. Have you and your kids survived it? And, more importantly, have you enjoyed it? With the start of the school year, it’s once more time for teens and tweens to get down to some work and think about the future. […]
Well the summer holidays are well underway. Are you enjoying the time with your teens and tweens? Or are you wishing they would go back to school or go out and get a job? Are they getting up in the afternoon then lounging on the Xbox, or endlessly out with friends and you haven’t seen […]
Well the school year is nearly over! Our tweens have finished their SATs and our teenagers have finished their GCSEs and A Levels. Now they’re lazing round the house doing nothing out looking for a part-time job or maybe doing a bit of voluntary work. How are your teens and tweens doing? And, more importantly, how […]
Welcome to another installment of Helen actually finds time to read blog posts/Newbie Tuesday! You know what I’ve noticed in blog world this month? Bloggers getting publishing deals! Or speaking engagements. With Mark from Best Dad I Can Be on an all-expenses paid trip to Rotterdam, and Alice from More Than Toast getting an out of the blue […]
I struggled for a theme this month. What is it that all parent bloggers are talking about right now? What is rocking our world? Unfettered, I went on a leisurely cruise of the newest blogs around and I found some real gems… As the parent of school-aged children I found myself nodding along fervently at […]
Hello and welcome to the December Education Roundup. It’s packed full of thought-provoking posts about schools hiring proof readers, books written Scots dialect and how to stop comparing your child to their peers. And talking of thought provoking, for many of us mums with preschool and primary school children, our thoughts are currently turned […]
Hello and welcome to the December Education Roundup, which is packed full of thought provoking posts about schools hiring proof readers, books written Scots dialect and how to stop yourself comparing your child to their peers. And talking of thought provoking, for many of us mums with preschool and primary school children, our thoughts […]
Well hello there! I’m thrilled to be writing the first BritMums literary round-up and have thoroughly enjoyed reading all the literary posts I could find from our lovely BritMums members. I started writing as an outlet when I was 14 years old, when quite accidentally my lovesick diary entry turned into a teenage angst […]
My theme this month is inspiring. From new bloggers inspiring others to cope, to do better, to those who can uplift our spirits with a beautiful photo, as well as new blogs to inspire us to create better blogs… She’s not a new blogger, but Nickie, from Typecast, has new blog Geekalicious which brings together […]
This month’s BritMums Education Roundup is more of a thinking post rather than a doing post, as it seems many of us blogging parents are in pensive mode when it comes to our children’s education this September. A month that signals new beginnings for thousands of parents and children around the country, as 4 […]
I’m going to be predictable and start by telling you that I’ve just dropped my children off at school for their first day of the new school year. Although they are not new starters, they still have new beginnings – a new teacher, a new playground, a new school in GG’s case, and so […]
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