Monthly archive for October2014

What of the learner who doesn’t ‘get’ it?

What of the learner who doesn’t ‘get’ it?

This past last week I have had about a dozen people chat with me about that the fact that they didn’t ‘get’ school. They each had their own unique stories but they also had one common theme. Every person felt that they would have done better…

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Homework for preschoolers – Good idea or madness?

Homework for preschoolers – Good idea or madness?

What a find! The Daily Telegraph published an article about homework being offered to preschoolers. It seems there are a couple of early learning centres which are offering worksheets to children to fill possible gaps in learning or to help prepare their children for school….

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Love More

Love More

Two weeks ago was a one of those life-changing weeks. One of my dear friend’s baby girl who, at 46 days old, passed away. As it is with all new born babies; it was such an honour to meet this little girl. I visited Aves a…

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Ready for school – just the way we like it!

Ready for school – just the way we like it!

School readiness is one tricky subject as every child is different, developing at different rates. As such, and the frustrating thing, is that there isn’t an exact formula. There are, however, some key developmental markers which can help with making this super important decision about…

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