Note-taking, planning a long-term project, remembering instructions, completing homework and revising for exams are essential daily tasks for our young learners but why are some students able to manage these demands whilst others really struggle?
What an incredible event The Forum For the Future of Education was, served as a platform for people from all backgrounds and walks of life, to come together, and discuss both the current state and the future of our education system, here in the UK.
Our children deserve better than what the world is offering and we have the power to make sure that our world is kind, and decent. Let your voice be heard in our online event ‘The Forum For the Future of Education’.
Play time is an important part of a child’s early development. Not only is it a great source of entertainment, playing helps our children to develop their executive function skills.
Applying executive function strategies to help your child navigate the transition back in to the school routine will make it smoother for everyone.
Working on your child’s executive function development throughout the summer will minimise the difficult transition back into school in September.
Being a parent to a teen with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can be an extremely rewarding experience and a powerful advantage if channelled in an effective way.