Blog Posts

Attachment Theory

The internal spreadsheet

For some vulnerable children who’ve experienced a difficult start in life things being all fair and equal is so very important. In fact it’s like they have an internal spreadsheet

Read More
Self-care

Secondary trauma in schools

As a parent of three adopted children secondary trauma is something I think about often – the impact of living with children who’ve experienced early trauma. However I’m also beginning

Read More
Education System

We’re always being assessed

Two of my children are now in Secondary School and the assessing begins – in fact it started way back in Primary School. Assessment of levels of achievement each year,

Read More
Attitudes

Playing to your strengths

The summer holidays have well and truly ended as this week we’ve seen the children go back to school and for many of us we’re gone back to work. I

Read More
Attachment Theory

Transitions are tough

Transitions are quite often difficult for vulnerable children. Moving up years in school, coming towards the holidays, moving house or going on holiday for a while. Change basically is something

Read More
Attitudes

Be an inspiration to others…

This weeks blog title is ‘what inspires you?’ and I’ve been thinking about that for a few days. I could give the normal answers of different famous people, or those

Read More
Attitudes

Tracks or footprints

Sometimes when you’re in the thick of things it’s hard to see any progress – how far have you come? Has the journey been worth it? What difference have you

Read More
Attitudes

Brick by brick

This weeks theme for our blog buddies post is ‘build’ and a song by Newton Faulkner has been running around my head – especially these few lines:- Look how far

Read More

Do You Want To Boost Your Business?

drop us a line and keep in touch