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20 reasons your preschooler should do gymnastics that have nothing to do with learning gymnastics. Read more
Are you ready for back to school? We give you some pointers. Read more

school matters

Some advice on how to help children see their school and the work they put in, for what it is; part of a bigger picture and not THE picture.
How do you create opportunities for children to lead conversations that we have with them?

extramurals

20 reasons your preschooler should do gymnastics that have nothing to do with learning gymnastics.
26 May, 1999 – The iconic Camp Nou in Barcelona is heaving. Manchester United’s David Beckham is standing over the ball about to take a corner. The 90 minutes are already up and Bayern Munich are 1-0 up and are mere minutes away from a historic treble of league, domestic cup and continental triumphs. Match commentator Clive Tyldesley, in a desperate shaking voice, said, “Can Manchester United score? They always score.” Moments later Teddy Sheringham had the ball in the net in what was already one of the most dramatic moments in Champions League history. United weren’t done though as two minutes later the Norwegian Ole Gunnar Solskjaer secured the match, the trophy and the treble with an astonishing winner that will forever go down in football folklore. Both Sheringham and Solskjaer were substitutes. The greatest achievement of one of the world’s most successful and popular sports organisations was secured by two people who were not included in the starting XI.

3D (dealing with difference)

Executive functioning deficits can make it difficult for children to organise and self-regulate
Correct and supervised use of tablets can both educate and empower children

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