A selection of some of the best books to share between children and parents on the topic of family and friends.
Want to build resilience in children? Tell them family stories of courage.
The schools inspectorate has moved away from judging schools on how their engagement with parents impacts on children's achievement. What a shame.
School principals are experiencing increasing levels of violence and threats from students and parents. What needs to change?
Footage of wars, bombings and shootings can traumatise children. Here's how parents can help them cope with distressing content.
Research shows that reading stories with a maths focus can boost grades and also help parents become less anxious about discussing maths.
Children educated at home by their parents are not on a register, nor subject to an annual visit.
While it can be painfully repetitive to adults, re-reading your child's favourite book aloud can help boost their vocabulary and fluency.
A fortnight of exams in year 12 can be a stressful time for students. Here's some tips for parents on how to take control of exam stress.
Five percent of seven-year-olds are having some kind of extra tuition. Why?
David Cameron's plans to deduct child benefit from parents of truants will not fix a complex problem.
Why does emotional learning matter for children?
African-American children tell stories that are vivid, elaborate, and rich in imagery. These skills help support their early literacy skills. How can schools take advantage of this?
Children as young as six can show math anxiety. What's the link between parents’ math anxiety and their children’s math anxiety?
People who were born preterm earn less and are more likely to be unemployed, research shows.
Parent involvement with kids' homework can have both positive and negative effects. So, what should parents and educators do?
Feeling guilty and out of your depth as a parent? You're not alone – and there are ways to turn the guilt you're feeling into positive changes for your family.
Plans to double free childcare will only be available for 'working parents'.
We shouldn't just be blaming the middle classes for snapping up all the free childcare spots.
By limiting financial support to smaller families, the government is doing its best to stop undesirables from reproducing.