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AD | 5 Reasons To Study GCSE’s At A College

**This is a pre written sponsored post** AD | Choosing to Study GCSE’s at a college rather than in a traditional school setting, may seem like an unorthodox and potentially risky path to take. Staying where you are and completing your GCSE’s just seems like the most sensible and safe route for many.However, as we… Continue reading AD | 5 Reasons To Study GCSE’s At A College

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AD |How To Study Effectively In A-Levels

** This is a pre written sponsored post**AD |Over the years, the A-level syllabuses have expanded and require a lot of hard work from students to master the contents and perform well in the exams. Although the workload in A levels is immense, many students have overcome its challenges by study smarter, not harder. We… Continue reading AD |How To Study Effectively In A-Levels

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Fun Halloween Recipe Ideas Ft. Ye Olde Oak

**This post contains gifted items**It's that time of year again and with Halloween lurking around the corner it seemed only fitting to share some fun food recipe ideas perfect for any spooky party. Now I don't need to tell you that 2020's festivities are going to be somewhat different from what we are all used… Continue reading Fun Halloween Recipe Ideas Ft. Ye Olde Oak

Books · Kids

Non Fiction Book Recommendations For Inquisitive Kids

Items marked with** were gifted by Little Tiger Publishing, however all thoughts and opinions are our own From an early age all three of our children have had a real thirst for knowledge, asking questions about the world around them with no amount of information sating them for very long. That love of learning has… Continue reading Non Fiction Book Recommendations For Inquisitive Kids

Parenting

Parenting: Tips For A Smooth Sailing First Day Back At School

As the start of September looms so does the annual return to school, however for many of us this year it will be the first time in months that our kids will be heading to school. Whilst every year we all hope and do our best to make the back to school transition as smooth… Continue reading Parenting: Tips For A Smooth Sailing First Day Back At School

Kids · Lifestyle · Parenting · Reviews

AD |Adventure Fearlessly With Safe and Sound Health

**This post is sponsored by Safe and Sound Health** We are extremely lucky to live in one of the most beautiful parts of the world and you don’t just have to take my word for it as The Lake District is one of a privileged number of places to make it onto the list of… Continue reading AD |Adventure Fearlessly With Safe and Sound Health

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Review: Mysteries In Time Kids History Subscription

**We were gifted the items featured in this post, however all thoughts and options are our own** To say our little man is inquisitive would be an understatement. He is an information sponge and at that age where his thirst for knowledge constantly needs to be quenched. I love that he enjoys learning and discovering… Continue reading Review: Mysteries In Time Kids History Subscription

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Blog Tour: Dad You’ve Trumped By Andrew Rogerson

**We were gifted an copy of this book in return for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are our own** Today I'm taking part in the publication tour for new children's title Dad You've Trumped by Andrew Rogerson. As soon as I saw the title of this one in my inbox I knew I… Continue reading Blog Tour: Dad You’ve Trumped By Andrew Rogerson

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Parenting: 5 Easy Ways To Improve Your Child’s Vocabulary

Building and expanding your child's vocabulary is extremely important, not only to allow them articulate their needs, but also to help build a solid foundation for success in education and beyond. As a parent there are so many simple ways you can help your child develop their vocab range everyday and the input from you… Continue reading Parenting: 5 Easy Ways To Improve Your Child’s Vocabulary

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Education: Drama- More Than Just A Performance

AD | The importance of drama and how it influences the whole curriculum is widely recognised. At many schools, children enjoy a weekly drama lesson. This allows children to see drama as an educational process and an opportunity to develop and build upon new skills rather than just rehearsing a script and ‘doing a play’.… Continue reading Education: Drama- More Than Just A Performance