It’s all very well that the education secretary has told head teachers that they will have the government’s full backing if they expel or suspend badly behaved pupils from their schools, but what are they putting in place to support the “badly behaved” pupils? Yes, they have to consider high […]
Posted by Family Affairs on 24-03-2016 in BLOG / REVIEWS tagged with Achievement for All / Children / David Gandy / education
As you can imagine, I had to be dragged kicking and screaming half way across London to meet the supremely gorgeous top British model, David Gandy who is an ambassador for Achievement for All, an education charity that transforms the lives of the one in five children currently underachieving at […]
Posted by Family Affairs on 06-05-2014 in BLOG tagged with Children / Driver Youth Trust / dyslexia / education / Professor Elliot / testing
I have been wondering for some time whether my youngest child has dyslexia and was planning on getting him tested. There has been much publicity given recently to Professor Julian Elliot’s claim that dyslexia as a label is meaningless. Dyslexia in children has been a controversial subject for years, but […]
Posted by Family Affairs on 03-08-2013 in BLOG / REVIEWS tagged with education / expats / stress free / studying / Toni Hargis / university / USA
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