#KeepWalesSafe is the Welsh Government’s official response to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. Whilst the mass vaccination programme continues across Wales, the Delta variant of Coronavirus, which may be more transmissible than other variants, remains a cause of concern.
With so many parents struggling with and/or worrying about how to entertain their children over the summer holidays, I’ve been looking back at how things used to be. How were your summer holidays spent as a child? what about you parents and grandparents?
What are some of the reasons why positivity is so important? What steps can parents and teachers take in order to ensure that this type of relationship naturally develops? Are there any potential barriers that may need to over overcome along the way? Whether you are a primary caregiver or you are involved within educational settings, all of these questions are relevant.
It’s been nice having some warm weather recently in the UK hasn’t it? It’s always really welcome, despite the fact that everyone then complains about it. How very British right? I’m not a fan of the humidity and the bugs that seem to come with that but the heat and the blue skies have been really very welcome. How have been finding the heat recently? Have you enjoyed it?
Walking with kids – how do you find this? I know from talking to other parents that so many find this a huge struggle. When I think back on some of the days I’ve had as a parent myself and I think how hard it was some days just to get them to walk across the car park from swimming lessons, I know it’s not easy.
Some parents feel very strongly that their children have fallen behind during this period of time (COVID). Whilst I don’t particularly feel that my children have, I recognise that this has put extra pressure on the education system and made things especially difficult for children in transition and exam years.
You may have seen the preview I ran of Dino Kingdom a little while ago, if not you can see that here. We were very pleased to be invited along for a press visit this week, here is a little bit about what we thought and what to expect if you visit.
Every organisation, whether small or big, has to organise meetings to achieve a particular goal. Sometimes the purpose of the meeting is to reiterate the culture and values of the company, and other times it is to discuss solutions to a particular problem.
It’s a little problematic that many folks see creativity in an ironically uncreative way. For many, creativity is limited to the artistic domain. This belief is held so firmly that a lot of people don’t consider maths, science, or philosophy to be creative domains at all.