When it comes to a child's educational journey, a little parental support can go a long way. If you ever ask yourself, "What can I do (if anything) to help my child do better at math?" Don't panic, we've devised a 3 step plan.

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Screen time - how to strike the right balance

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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Finding the maths in leftover Halloween treats

Baking is a great way to use up leftover Halloween junk food - not to mention that it is a fantastic way of introducing mathematical concepts to children! Kids can do most of this with supervision. Here’s the recipe:

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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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"Why would they change math? Math is math!” The valuable maths lesson for parents to be found in Incredibles 2!

The Incredibles are probably the world’s most relatable superheroes - so when we see Mr Incredible helping Dash with his maths homework, many of us will share his frustration. Here's the valuable maths lesson for parents to be found in the movie Incredibles 2.

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Addition and subtraction games for ages 5 to 7

Addition and subtraction are two of the basic building blocks of maths - build your child’s confidence in adding and subtracting by playing fun games and activities together. We’ve designed these activities to support children aged 5, 6 and 7 years old.

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Maths and parents - the fears that don't add up

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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