Back-to-school will soon be here for kids across the country. They may experience many feelings during this time of year. While many feel a little nervous about returning to the classroom, some face anxiety that can make the transition especially difficult.
Now that children have gone back to school, routine and habits are more important than ever. Transitioning from staying at home with family, or spending time at nursery, is a big step. To help support your child’s transition into school, here are our top tips and expert advice...
Figuring out how much and what to feed you kids is always tough. To help you along the way here are the essential nutrients you should try to keep an eye on, as well as a few things to avoid.
Having been unexpectedly thrust into the role of teacher, you might have found yourself thinking about ways to give your kids a bit of a boost in their schooling. Omega 3 is an essential nutrient that can sometimes be lacking in many diets. Making sure your children are getting enough can be the little boost you’re hunting for.
Your child needs a lot of essential vitamins and minerals for growth and development. They include vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K and minerals like calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc and iodine.
Parents around the country are breathing a collective sigh of relief as their offspring head back to school. And yet, it can be stressful as a parent going back to the school gates. That realisation that all the plans of reading novels, playing maths games or enjoying nature programmes - or, in our case, brushing up on our Spanish - simply didn’t materialise over the holidays brings a significant dose of parental guilt.