Educating children is no easy feat. It's a complicated and meaningful job and we don't really know a way to make education itself more "efficient". However, that doesn't mean that we can't help with everything else that goes into running a school.
What are you going to do when you receive that dreaded phone call from your child's school,
Schools are complex environments that see non-stop action. You have parents dropping off kids, teachers rushing between classes, administrators doing data entry, maintenance staff up-keeping the school premises, students tearing off across the corridors and playing fields.
We serve over 180,000 parents, so we thought it would be a good idea to reach out to them to get some expert tips on how to manage the little ones during the quarantine.
As parents, we spend a lot of time worrying about our children from the time they are born. Today, I am reassuring you that it is perfectly normal for new moms and dads to worry if their baby's developmental milestones are on track.
You are here today because the search for the best preschool has finally arrived.
Before you start, you need to know that this may get pretty intense.
Preschool is the start of your child's educational journey. It is a great place for children to learn to share, to take turns, and follow rules, and interact with peers their age. It also prepares them for kindergarten and beyond.
For both parent and child, going to preschool can be exciting and nerve-racking at the same time. As a result, parents may be tempted to start preparing months in advance. While all this preparation may help parents feel in control, it can be overwhelming for the child.
It's pretty common to gauge the academic successes of students based on teacher status, academic grades, or socioeconomic status.
It is important for children to enjoy regular, frequent and meaningful outdoor learning opportunities to play, explore and learn in natural environments or urban outdoor spaces. The outdoors offers a breath of fresh air and rich sensory experiences to support their growth and development.