A key focus of the Department of Education and Skills’ Action Plan for Education 2017 is to improve the educational outcomes for learners at risk of education
Slammed doors, bad moods and hours lost staring at their smartphone? Expert Ian Williamson explains how to deal with your child
We are still stuck with a school system that fails to cater for two thirds of young people
Experts have come up with an invigorating tonic for the elderly — a toddler.
Outdoor-learning schemes make kids happier and fitter. Why aren’t there more of them?
Every parent knows that teenagers fib. Lying is normal boundary testing that happens as children grow up (or “individuate” as an American dad once described the adolescent
She is the smart, talking doll that “you can talk to like a real friend”. According to child safety campaigners, however, My Friend Cayla may also be
Daughters can be deaf to maternal wisdom — so we need female mentors to help raise them
Time to confess my guilty maternal secret: I am a sneaky snoop. I’m so desperate to know what is going on in my teens’ lives that I
Babies cry more in Britain than almost anywhere else in the industrialised world, research has shown. Newborn children in Canada, the UK and Italy topped a survey