Tips for kids to help them study

With many students facing end-of-year assessments, John Munro has some good ideas to help kids study and deal with distractions, part of The Conversation's Curious Kids series for children.


How to choose the course that’s right

After a Year 12 no one expected, students are weighing up course options. Careers expert Helen Green gives advice on how make the right choice. for the right reasons.


Best of the Web: Males drinking during adolescence linked to riskier drinking later, a heart-warming dad and daughter tweet, and more

A new study finds a link between teen males drinking before the legal age of 18 and later problems, a moving dad and daughter tribute goes viral, and letting students study the way that works for them.


Leaving the Bubble, Take Two

The return to the classroom is a big relief, but many students will need support. Peter Hanlon talks to the experts about how parents can help kids make the adjustment.


Andrew Fuller: How to study and increase your marks

Ahead of the exam season, leading adolescent psychologist Andrew Fuller gives his top tips to help students get the most out of their study time.


Our one-stop guide to family resources on The Parents Website

Looking for learning at home tips, and support for family life and wellbeing? Here's a one-stop guide to all the resources we've published. We'll be adding more as we go.


Learning at home: Our big list of great resources

To complement the remote learning provided by schools, we've created a list of resources from around the world for parents and kids.


Remote learning 2.0 – how this time, we’re doing better

The return to learning at home has been a big challenge, but as Peter Hanlon writes, the lessons learned are helping teachers and students, and opening up new ways of thinking about education.


Home, not alone: seeing our blind spots

Back to learning at home, Ruairi O'Duil is allowing things to go with the flow – and seeing the benefits.