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Are parents to blame for bad behaviour in the classroom?

Posted on 24th May, 2013 | Find this under Education, Featured

Ursula Hirschkorn investigates who’s to blame for increasing levels of unruly behaviour in our schools When my children were pre-school age I toyed with the idea of training to become a teacher. I was attracted by what I thought would be short hours and long holidays. A couple of stints in the classroom soon put [...]

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‘We’re raising a generation that’s afraid of failure’

Posted on 20th May, 2013 | Find this under Featured, The Big Debate

With summer on the way, we should let children play outdoors – without wrapping them up in cotton wool – and let them take risks, says Liz Fraser It seemed as if it would never happen, but this week the weather gods finally woke up and answered the desperate prayers of a shivering, vitamin-D deprived [...]

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Stepmother or stepmonster?

Posted on 16th May, 2013 | Find this under Featured, Yano Life

After marrying a man with adolescent daughters, Dr Wednesday Martin discovered that creating a happy stepfamily takes more than kindness and good intentions. Her response was to write Stepmonster: A New Look At Why Real Stepmothers Think, Feel And Act The Way We Do, exploring the stepmother/stepchild relationship. Here she tells Rebecca Alexander what she’s [...]

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