Most parents intend to raise perfectly polished, well-mannered children — just like you see in all those movies about Victorian England. But sometimes life gets in the way, and you’re just too busy or
Parents wondering how to talk to their children about tragedies such as natural disasters and terrorist attacks have a new resource to help them, published online in the medical journal JAMA Pediatrics.
Parents need to stop their kids bingeing on social media "like junk food" during the summer holidays, the children's commissioner has said. Anne Longfield has urged parents to “stop waiting for others
We invest a lot of time in teaching young people to be academically prepared, but we often overlook the skills they really need to succeed. Parents, teachers, and coaches dedicate their days to preparing