Helping Your Child with their Social Skills

*collaborative post* When it comes to social skills, some children are naturals whilst others take a little longer to learn how to get along. It’s like anything – reading, writing or speaking – there are those who pick things up quickly and those that don’t. What matters most is that all children are treated as individuals as this private prep school in Surrey says, each child has his or her own needs which should be catered to. Children of all {Read More}

Do you need to boost your confidence? Read this for some advice

*Collaborative Post AD* Most of us change after we have children. In fact, I got so used to the little family bubble I had created that by the time I went back to work after maternity, I felt like a different person. So much so that in a large, busy office filled with loud people with even louder personalities, I felt more like a mouse coming out of my little mouse hole. My confidence had taken a bit of a {Read More}

Top tips for growing your child’s confidence

Every parent wants their child to be happy and healthy, both during their childhood and into adult life. Confidence in children may not seem like a big deal for some, but the more confident your child is, the more likely they are to try new things, take on challenges, and have a successful career later in life. Take a look at these five ways you can help to grow your child’s confidence. View mistakes as crucial for learning Everybody makes {Read More}