Routines and Structures

Child seat safety checks correct commonplace mistakes

Child seat safety checks correct commonplace mistakes

Child seat safety checks correct commonplace mistakes For the fifth year in succession Bath & North East Somerset Council’s Road Safety officers have teamed up with ‘Child Seat Safety’, the in-car safety professionals, to offer advice and a child car seat fitting service for those transporting little ones. Recent In-car safety clinics held in Midsomer… Read More…

Cyber Bullying and how to spot the signs

Cyber Bullying and how to spot the signs

No-one can deny the online world is an excellent resource for children and young people. It can be used for learning, playing games and connecting with friends. But along with the undoubted benefits of the internet, come dangers that can pose a risk to a child at any time. Children no longer just have access… Read More…

Debunking some common bedwetting myths

Debunking some common bedwetting myths

Debunking some common bedwetting myths – There are many myths around bedwetting - what causes this common, but complex childhood condition and how it should be treated. Here are ERIC’s answers to just a few of them. Myth no 1: “There’s no point treating bedwetting – children grow out of it eventually.” Bedwetting can and should be… Read More…

Don’t lose your children!

Don’t lose your children!

Keeping track of children at a crowded venue is a roller coaster ride and the bigger the crowds, the more loopy you’re bound to get. A parent’s biggest fear? Losing a little one in the melee. You’ll be able to breathe easy and enjoy the day if you set up family guidelines and what-if plans… Read More…

Avoiding the homework blues – ten top tips

Avoiding the homework blues – ten top tips

We’ve all been there. The last minute rush to get homework done that leaves both you and your child stressed, and, in contrast, the homework session that drags on and on with your child twiddling their pen, staring into space. But homework can, and should, be time well spent that connects you to your child’s… Read More…

Breakfast most important meal of the day to avoid childhood obesity

Breakfast most important meal of the day to avoid childhood obesity

As time-starved families continue to work longer and longer hours, increasing the chances that the family won’t eat together during the day at all, let alone for both the first and last meals, a new study suggests it has never been more important to ensure that adults and kids sit down to break bread in… Read More…

Ten tips for the perfect family day trip

Ten tips for the perfect family day trip

Whether your trip is to a local beauty spot for a picnic or somewhere further afield, be sure to prepare thoroughly for the perfect day out. Plan your day… allowing bags of time The greatest thing you can take – whether sightseeing or getting from A to B – is extra time. Young children love… Read More…

Sleep deprived pupils are too tired to learn

Sleep deprived pupils are too tired to learn

New research has confirmed what we have long suspected – that lack of sleep among primary school children is having a devastating effect, with nine out of 10 teachers complaining that pupils are too tired to learn. The poll, conducted as part of The Sleep Council’s “Better Brains With More Sleep” awareness project, which aims… Read More…

Avoiding the homework blues – ten top tips

Avoiding the homework blues – ten top tips

We’ve all been there. The last minute rush to get homework done that leaves both my child and I stressed, and, in contrast, the homework session that drags on and on with him twiddling his pen, staring into space. But homework can, and should, be time well spent that connects you to your child’s learning,… Read More…

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