PSHE in schools

Why Should We Teach PSHE in Schools?

Oh PSHE, never has a subject had so many acronyms in so many years. From PSE to PSHCE and everything in between, it’s a subject that has never quite reached the lofty heights of English and Maths in its position within the primary curriculum, no matter how hard it’s tried.

Steph Caswell

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Building Positive Relationships at Home

Building positive relationships at home can sometimes feel like a supremely difficult task. From siblings arguing over the tiniest things, to attempting to engage with your teenage child about anything, positivity often seems to fly out the window, along with your sanity. Even building a positive relationship with your spouse or partner can feel like an uphill battle at times.

Steph Caswell

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5 Strategies to Develop Your Child’s Self-Confidence

Isn’t it funny how some children seem to ooze self-confidence? Future entertainers, actors and comedians seem to have that certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ – here’s looking at you, Dave Keeling. Are these kinds of children just born with stars in their eyes and tap shoes on their feet? As they pirouette out of the womb, are their names immediately added to the list at William Morris?

Steph Caswell

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