It’s that time of the year, the Easter holidays. And that means revision. We’ve found a few Podcasts that we hope can help:
Following on from my previous blog, I’d like to talk more specifically about how you, as a parent, can not only be more mindful yourself, but how you can actually teach mindfulness to your child.
Can I throw a curveball in the face of today’s International Women’s Day? If so, I’d like you to watch Guante’s 10 Responses to the phrase ‘Man Up’.
Today is World Book Day, so let’s get reading! Here are some fun ideas to help your students and children join in:
Although it has its roots in Buddhism, mindfulness became popular in the west in the 1970’s, through the work of John Kabat-Zinn and his Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program, as a therapeutic tool to manage stress and anxiety.
Like every school holiday, the February half term is a great opportunity for children and teenagers to stay up as late as possible and not worry about getting a good night sleep. We don’t blame them: early starts can be cumbersome, early nights not as fun.
February half term in London (Monday 13th to Sunday 19th February) is just around the corner. So here are a few things to keep your kids learning and most importantly, having fun:
We have always believed that tutoring is not just about a student achieving higher academic grades: equally important is building confidence and encouraging inquisitive and independent thinking beyond the classroom.