Win £50 to spend on Frugi’s brand new ‘Brave and Brilliant’ range, featuring great adventurers, courageous figures and epic endangered and extinct animals.
Young adventurers can bravely tackle their first day back with Frugi’s new Pack-a-Snack Lunch Bag and Adventurers Backpack made from plastic recycled bottles. The accompanying Splish Splash steel bottle with its practical sports cap fits perfectly inside the lunch bag or side pocket of the backpack. Not forgetting the classroom essentials, there are three Brave and Brilliant Crafty Pencil Case designs to choose from, matching the Adventurers Backpack. Three bright and distinct prints feature across the range: ‘Polar Play’, featuring cheerful polar bears, orcas and penguins; Rainbow Roads, peppered with bright vehicles; and the white Rhino Ramble. Continue reading
By Dr. Helen Andrews
Whenever you feel your child is getting anxious, bring them in close, get down to their level, listen to what they have to say and reassure them.
Summer is well and truly here and it won’t be long till September is upon us. Across the country four year olds and their parents will be feeling excited and maybe a little worried about starting ‘big school’. Some children will take it in their stride, whilst others will find it harder. The same goes for mums and dads. What can we do to help this important milestone go as smoothly as possible?
1. Make school seem more familiar
We are all more likely to feel anxious when faced with something unfamiliar. Your child is likely to have had the opportunity to visit their school during the summer term, which should help build familiarity. You can build on this by walking past the school frequently and talking about what it is like. Continue reading