Health

My child's a bedwetter – what do i do?

When children wet the bed regularly, parents quite understandably worry. They wonder if it’s happening as a result of anxiety at school, or a developmental delay, or even problems with bladder function. Children’s Behavioural Change Specialist and author Alicia Eaton* offers reassurance, and some great practical advice.

Health

Fit for school

Make sure your child is in tip-top condition to get the best out of that crucial first ter…

Learning

Make science fun!

Science is a key area of the curriculum, along with literacy and numeracy, right from the …

Lifestyle

Make your own playdate treats

When children arrive home from nursery or school absolutely ravenous, or they bring home a…

Learning

Get ready for school

It’s the height of summer and everyone’s having fun. You’ve probably pushed starting schoo…

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Good cop, bad cop

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