Teens & Tweens: Settling into the term

There’s no doubt that winter is here. Although, your teens are probably still dressing as if it’s summer! I don’t think you start to feel the cold until you hit twenty. I hope everyone is settled into the new term and parents of university students are getting used to parenting from a distance. I know…

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Teens & Tweens: New Chapters

So, here we are at the end of the summer holidays already. Big changes are afoot for our tweens and teens. Perhaps you have a transition to high school on the horizon or that dreaded move to university? Tissues at the ready! Meanwhile, Mums and Dads are forging a new life as their kids need…

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Teens & Tweens: Here comes summer!

Things are hotting up for tweens and teens this month. The exam season has come to an end and many are heading off on holidays and to festivals without their parents! Thoughts are not yet turning to results day but it won’t be long! Meanwhile, the Year 6s are heading off to transition days and…

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Teens & Tweens: Supporting kids through change

It really feels like summer has arrived! The end of SATS, tests, GCSEs and A levels is in sight! Hopefully, the parks and beaches will soon be full of young people relaxing and having a great time. At the same time, it’s an important few weeks for tweens. The Year 6 children are entering their…

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Teens & Tweens Round-up: Education, education, education!

For parents of teens and tweens, this is the time of year when education becomes even more important than normal. Concerns about education inevitably increase with the age of your child and the stakes get higher. You worry about what primary school they will go to, only to realise that you worry more about secondary…

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Teens & Tweens Round-up: Great spring reads

Spring has been a little slow to make its mark this year. The daffodils are blooming. Our teens are heading out the door without a coat. However, temperatures refuse to rise for more than a few days and large parts of the country have been blanketed in snow! From what I could see in the…

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