Exams can be a major source of stress for many young people so helping your child deal with any worries will really help. Here, senior consultant psychiatrist Dr Ramya Mohan, offers tips on dealing with exam stress and on supporting your child while they’re revising
Today we are thrilled to announce we have been nominated and made it through to the public vote in the category of ‘Best not-for-profit, CIC or charity offering activities, clubs, classes or group‘ in the #WhatsOn4KidsAwards. These pioneering awards were launched in 2007 to celebrate the UK’s best children’s clubs and classes, along with leaders and […]
Today we are proud to announce we have been granted ‘Not For Profit’ membership of the Welsh Sport Association. Currently the only Martial Arts organisation to do so not as part of a National Governing Body. The Welsh Sports Association is an independent umbrella body that supports and represents the sport sector in Wales, including […]
The Bully is a poem written by Paul Williams of Pontypridd, who has kindly allowed us to share it here: Alone sitting, while everyone else does play Nobody to talk to nothing to say As the vibrant sound of fun echoes around the school yard Sitting alone no one to play with is ever so […]
“It won’t happen to me”, “That’s just what you read in the news”, “That only happens in America”. These are just 3 thinks I’ve heard from both children and parents when talking about grooming. It’s always someone else’s worry. Something you read in the paper that doesn’t really affect you. The story below happened here […]
Speaking in coded language has been used for years by teenagers trying to hide something, or communicating in their own way. The sudden growth of the online world allowed for more terms to appear and spread more quickly, creating a more universal, viral, version of the teen slang that’s been around for years.
With blanket coverage of recent terrorist attacks in Manchester and London online, as well as graphic images being shown on the front pages of newspapers and on daily news bulletins of tragedies around the world, even very young children are being exposed to upsetting and traumatic information. How can parents help them cope?
Last night we were thrilled to have Fitness Instructor Simon Caddy come down and run our Hoshi Fighting Fit class. Everyone really enjoyed it and Simon had a brilliant rapport with the students, working them hard but still keeping them motivated and the session enjoyable. Today we are pleased to announce Simon will be joining […]
Warning: The following video contains strong language and themes that may be unsuitable for younger children. This video by CARE Norway is a couple of years old now, but is still poignant. #DearDaddy is a letter to a father from his daughter, narrated while still in the womb. Exploring the effects of names that girls are called […]
Psychologist David Coleman caused controversy when he said on air that children should hit back in the playground. Here, he explains his logic