Tag Archives: Exams

Surviving revision, exams and the stressed teenager!

At this time of year, I get out and polish those necessary skills we parents need at exam time i.e. the ability to walk on eggshells. I have every sympathy with parents whose teenagers are preparing for any type of … Continue reading

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2014 dates for Building Resilient Teenagers workshops in Ruishton

UPDATE: You can now book your place on the workshops and 10% discount if you book before 10 January: To book workshop on 1 February, Ruishton, Somerset I am very excited!  Finally getting some dates in the diary for 2014 … Continue reading

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Letting your children go… why is it so hard!

Yesterday we dropped Sophie off at University, she wants to be a teacher, it is all she has wanted to do since she was 5 years old and I hope she will be an amazing teacher. Over the last 4 … Continue reading

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The Questionnaire for parents of all pre-teens and teenagers!

I want to find out more about the concerns and issues parents have, so, if you are a parent of a pre-teen or teenager can you please complete this questionnaire. I will be using the results to develop courses which … Continue reading

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Why my daughter blames Mr Gove for spoiling her Christmas…

As Secretary of State for Education it is his fault, Sophie has her next set of A2’s starting on 11 January so she is going to have yet another fun Christmas revising. The pressure on teenagers to get certain grades … Continue reading

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