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The walk of shame

When my three children were in Primary School I remember well the walk of shame. That moment at the end of the day when you’re waiting patiently for your children …

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Survive or thrive?

This week’s theme is surviving strategies – what a great theme? One that we ALL need to hear and have probably struggled to find over many years. We’ve been in …

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The aim in Education

I often wonder about those in government making the decisions about our educational system. It seems that more and more we are pushing our children to breaking point in some …

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When is it our fault?

I’ve been thinking recently about what our responsibility is as parents and/or someone working with vulnerable children, in terms of when our children dysregulate. It’s so easy to focus on …

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Changing seasons

I absolutely love the Autumn – the colours, the brisk air, the beautiful sunshine (when it’s not raining and foggy) and the peace that it brings. All the seasons have …

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Too old at 4?

This week has been National Adoption Week – seems only last month that we had last years the time is flying so fast. Our children are now 12, 13 and …

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