Month: July 2017
How To Help Your Child Make Friends
There are many benefits to children forming strong friendships. It has been shown that children who have a lot of friends are more confident, have higher self esteem and demonstrate a greater belief in their own abilities. Playing with friends also allows children to develop leadership qualities, improve their imagination and helps them to develop … Continued
An Easy Way To Improve Teacher Performance
Studies at Yale University have shown that virtual reality training leads to enhanced performance when faced with a real environment. This is why professional training for doctors, military personnel and even astronauts uses simulations to enhance skills and produce better results. We believe that schools should be able to enjoy the benefits that this innovative … Continued
How Can Teachers Encourage Reluctant Writers?
A recent study by the National Trust Literacy has suggested that children who write for pleasure produce class work that is seven times better than the expected level for their age group. However, the same research indicates that, while enthusiasm for writing has risen since 2015, 45% of pupils don’t actually enjoy writing in their … Continued