FOR PARENTS

Children’s screen time, whether that’s on iPads, smartphones, TV, games consoles, computers or other tablets, can feel like a permanent 
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As British Science Week is nearing the end, I can’t help wondering whether the messages are actually getting through – 
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As parents many of us feel excessively guilty when we resort to screens either as a virtual babysitter or succumbing 
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Ever since ‘Coding’ was included in the UK National Curriculum back in 2014 it has been a hot topic within 
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I was delighted to speak on 27th September to parents and teachers at the Richmond Dyslexia Association on the topic 
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Girls today may be the first generation able to end the hugely uneven mix of boys and girls going into 
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It’s been a wonderful week or so surrounding Safer Internet Day (Tues Feb 9th). I’ve had great fun presenting talks 
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Apps for children are often, understandably, criticised for encouraging sedentary play and preventing them from more active play, but it 
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The debate of whether ebooks are a good alternative to print books remains a hot topic, however in many ways 
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Did you hear the Radio 4 PM’s segment this week on growing up without the internet (also recently covered by 
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