Psychology

Feeling blue

A growing number of children, as young as under-five, are becoming victims of depression – and this trend has grown significantly in the last year as we all try to deal with the fall-out of the pandemic. Some children are even being treated with anti-depressants. How do you spot the signs in your child, and what do you do?

Lifestyle

Morning, meals and bedtime!

For most parents, these are quite simply the most stressful moments in the day: a time whe…

Health

Breathe easy

Asthma can be a scary and difficult condition for children and families to manage. But it’…

Health

Could it be glue ear?

It’s that time of year when kids get coughs, cold and bunged-up noses and ears. But if it …

Learning

Pennies from heaven

Many of us need to count our pennies very carefully at the moment, after the devastating e…

Latest News

Have vaccine, will travel!

That golden time when we can pack our bags and jet off to a foreign land, or even jump in the car an…

Anxious times

Nearly 1 in 3 (31 per cent) of children in the UK suffer with feelings of anxiety, according to a ne…

Good egg!

Reading Eggs is an online reading programme for children aged two to 13, helping them to build essen…