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Understanding Child Maintenance And How To Claim

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Separating from your partner is difficult at the best of times, but it becomes a whole lot harder when there are kids involved. Not only do you need to decide who they will live with and how often the other parent will see them, you must also ensure that you are both paying towards their […]

5 Perfect First Cars For Your Teen

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With the prospect of two (or more!) teens in your family coming up to driving age then it is wise to look out for a good deal on potential cars.  The car market can offer compact, easy and fun to drive cars with modest running costs and, in some cases, funky styling and good smartphone […]

The Importance of Art and Design in the Curriculum

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Art and design is something we take for granted in our children’s school curriculums. We picture young children donning overalls for a spot of messy play, and we imagine classrooms of teenagers carefully sketching props and photographing their school playing fields for GCSE projects. In fact, that’s the very reason that suppliers like this one […]

5 Common Pests in the UK and How to Deal with Them

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No matter where you live in the UK your home is likely to attract a pest at some point. Some can be particularly unpleasant, but knowing how to spot signs of one of these home invaders, and how to deal with them, will give you the upper hand when they make their way inside. Rodents […]

Crafty Garden Ideas

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We may have missed out on Organic September, but that should not stop you!  Here are some ideas to share with your children,  grow your own herbs and fruit – maybe a great activity to do as a family for these autumn weekends….  click on the following activities for more information. Build a bottle bird feeder: […]

The Importance of Text and Visual Learning

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Minimalism (a deliberate lack of decoration or adornment in design) is a trend that’s been sweeping through our homes, our wardrobes and even our social media feeds. But can you imagine what a minimalist classroom would look like? Well, while minimalism is sometimes a good thing (de-cluttering can make concentration easier to sustain), it’s thought […]