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How the pandemic has affected our senior students, the amazing TED Talk by seven-year-old Molly Wright, and not wanting to play with the kids anymore.
Teaching kids about money, why teens should have a say about COVID vaccines, and alarm over apps getting kids' data.
New research shows that parents optimistic about their child's maths and reading ability can encourage academic success, write Philip D. Parker, Jake Anders, Rhiannon Parker and Taren Sanders.
Rethinking how we regard young children, the joys of family life living on a bus, and an app that scans your Lego and suggests ideas to build.
In the final of her series exploring Emotional Intelligence, Brett Borbely considers the role of empathy and social management.
How does family birth order shape who you are? In his updated book, leading parenting educator Michael Grose explores the power of birth order. He speaks with Shane Green.
The simple jigsaw helps kids with a long list of important development skills, writes Diane Bourke.
In the third of her series on Emotional Intelligence, Brett Borbely examines the role motivation can play in managing our emotions.
How to talk to kids when the news is all gloomy, a touching reflection on watching your children grow up, and the case for sports uniforms every day.