Screen time - and the question of how much is too much - is a hot topic at the minute. We've broken down some of the key research and offer useful tips for parents so that you can ensure your children have a healthy relationship with their screens.

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Dyscalculia and the extra struggle with maths

A small but significant proportion of the population struggle with a condition called dyscalculia, or Specific Learning Disorder in Mathematics, which negatively affects their ability to learn maths. Find out more about recent research and resources available to help.

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Starting primary school - how to make the first weeks go smoothly (advice from a teacher and other parents)

Starting school for the first time is a big milestone for every child, (and parent!). We asked a KS1 teacher and parents to share their tips on how to prepare for the first few weeks.

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Parents often fear helping their kids with maths. This article explores the reasons for this and demystifies some of the primary maths topics we fear most

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Number Bonds - A Guide for Parents

An introduction to number bonds for parents. What they are, why they're important and how to learn them

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A STEM success story every daughter should hear

As a mother of a 12 year-old daughter it concerns me that often girls are put off STEM, closing the door on some great career opportunities. I was delighted to meet a woman who has steered her way to the top of the US tech industry, and who also encourages women and girls to get started in tech.

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The grandparents, the iPad and a 200 mile journey to teach their grandson maths

One afternoon earlier in the year, there came a tentative knock at the door of the Komodo office. I opened the door to find an elderly man and woman standing there, clutching an iPad. ‘Is this Komodo?’ ‘It is. Come on in.’

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