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  • Parenting An Infant (Part 1) – 19th January 2017
    New parents have many challenges. Sleep for Mum and baby are incredibly important to everyone’s well-being. Kate Cohen, certified Sleep Sense Consultant, talks about sleep and babies and indeed children right up to 8 years.Click To Listen >> Parenting An Infant (Part 1) ... read more
    Published on 02-22-2017
    3 days ago
  • Should Children Play Contact Rugby? – 12th January 2017
    Rugby union and rugby league are the most commonly played collision sports in schools in England. Rugby injury in children is frequent and a significant cause of emergency hospital attendance. Around 20% of children injured whilst playing rugby have been found to have required time off school away from studies. ... read more
    Published on 01-23-2017
    1 month ago
  • Careers Provision In Schools – 8th December 2016
    Have you got a child who simply does not know what to do next? Maybe they are unsure how to decide between different career routes? Has the advice been there for them? In this show, we talk to national careers expert, Deirdre Hughes OBE, Susan Smith, who manages career provision ... read more
    Published on 01-19-2017
    1 month ago
  • Talking To Our Children About World Affairs – 10th November 2016
    The American election has just occurred and many parents are thinking about how to explain recent events to their children. We talk to the editor of First News (Britain's best newspaper for kids), Nicky Cox, three parents (one in the USA) telling us how their children have responded to recent ... read more
    Published on 01-18-2017
    1 month ago
  • Grammar Schools – Good Or Bad? – 3rd November 2016
    Grammar schools are like Marmite! There has been a great deal of discussion about on the back of the government’s announcement to increase the number of grammar schools in England. How do parents feel about this development? Do we fully understand what this might mean for our children? We are ... read more
    Published on 01-17-2017
    1 month ago
  • Parenting An Infant (Part 1) – 19th January 2017
    New parents have many challenges. Sleep for Mum and baby are incredibly important to everyone’s well-being. Kate Cohen, certified Sleep Sense Consultant, talks about sleep and babies and indeed children right up to 8 years.Click To Listen >> Parenting An Infant (Part 1) ... read more
    Published on 02-22-2017
    3 days ago
  • Should Children Play Contact Rugby? – 12th January 2017
    Rugby union and rugby league are the most commonly played collision sports in schools in England. Rugby injury in children is frequent and a significant cause of emergency hospital attendance. Around 20% of children injured whilst playing rugby have been found to have required time off school away from studies. ... read more
    Published on 01-23-2017
    1 month ago
  • Careers Provision In Schools – 8th December 2016
    Have you got a child who simply does not know what to do next? Maybe they are unsure how to decide between different career routes? Has the advice been there for them? In this show, we talk to national careers expert, Deirdre Hughes OBE, Susan Smith, who manages career provision ... read more
    Published on 01-19-2017
    1 month ago
  • Talking To Our Children About World Affairs – 10th November 2016
    The American election has just occurred and many parents are thinking about how to explain recent events to their children. We talk to the editor of First News (Britain's best newspaper for kids), Nicky Cox, three parents (one in the USA) telling us how their children have responded to recent ... read more
    Published on 01-18-2017
    1 month ago
  • Grammar Schools – Good Or Bad? – 3rd November 2016
    Grammar schools are like Marmite! There has been a great deal of discussion about on the back of the government’s announcement to increase the number of grammar schools in England. How do parents feel about this development? Do we fully understand what this might mean for our children? We are ... read more
    Published on 01-17-2017
    1 month ago

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