It’s inevitable that from time to time, arguments between learners will escalate into fights. However, if teachers know some basic techniques for breaking up fights and dealing with aggressive learners, things need not get ugly. We have prepared a list of 10 Tips to Stop School Fights to help you handle these situations better. Prevention […]
Each year, children travel to and from school almost 200 times. And with so many parents dropping off and picking up their children every day, there is often dangerous traffic congestion around schools. This is why it’s important for schools to implement safety measures such as Scholar Patrol and traffic calming to enhance the safety […]
For many parents, the daily school run can be a stressful experience – making sure that children have everything they need for the school day, navigating through traffic and dealing with the morning’s excitement and anxieties. On top of all this, parents need to ensure that the children in their care are kept safe at […]
With the start of National Child Protection Week which kicks off today 27Th May 2016, and runs until the 2nd June, it’s essential to remember that children are our future. Their dreams and potential will shape tomorrow. So how do we keep them safe? Here are 10 tips to help protect these little minds:
With the arrival of cooler weather in May, the number of burn incidents will be on the increase – which may be expected by those in medical fields, but unknown to the general public. Burn Awareness remains a prominent part of First Aid education and aims to provide ongoing awareness and
Are children overexposed to social media? Gone are the days when Television was the culprit that kids were overexposed to – these days it’s social media. The arrival of Mobile technology (Cellphones, Ipads, etc.) has meant that accessing the web through Mobile has overtaken fixed internet access.
Technology helps nail child pornographer Technology has presented us with plenty of opportunity and freedom to engage with those locally and abroad. However, it has also opened the doors for many users to share personal and inappropriate content. Content, which can be distasteful and damaging. This can have a lasting effect on our society, especially the most vulnerable […]
On a recent holiday we had seven children ranging from four years of age to 14 and it was fascinating to watch them when they were in a group with no adult in sight. They all just got along, the little ones trusting the big ones, the big ones caring for the little ones, […]
I have had this theory for a few years now that it takes much less energy and effort to interact with an on-screen activity than a real life one involving real people or real toys and games. If this is so, then our children are like a river taking the path of least resistance, […]
With Safer Internet Day on celebrated on the 9th February, let’s make this Safer Internet month. Here are some digital safety no-no’s to make your teens and tweens aware of. They all down to choices.