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Preparing for your children's first day of school
Ease Your Child into a New Routine. Have him or her go to bed at school-night bedtime a few nights before the first day. Set an alarm clock for the correct school wake-up time.

Try a School Bus Run. Go over your child's school bus route with him or her if it's going to be a first-time bus ride. Find out how long the ride is, and talk about things like bus safety. morning.
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A Parentˇ¦s guide to homework
Homework tends to receive a mixed press. While some parents complain their children shouldnˇ¦t be asked to do work at home until they reach secondary school age, others consider that children, particularly those aged 7 to 11, are not given enough. This article covers the four questions most frequently asked by parents;
  • What is homework?
  • What is its value?
  • How long should it take?
  • What is the best way to help?
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Exams your child will face in Secondary School
Examinations are rites of passage in a child's life: defining moments by which much that happens before or after is measured. A lot rides on them too: a coveted University place, or the entrance onto the training course to follow the career the child has always dreamed of. Read more

Helping your child with homework
In schools today, the pressure on children to do well is so great that it is beginning to affect parents as well. It is estimated that parents spend an average of 6 hours a week on helping their children with homework. So why do parents help their children with homework? The simple answer is because they want to. Parents feel they can reduce some of the pressure on their children by helping them and making sure they do their homework as thoroughly as possible. Read more

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