Networking Mummies Awards

Super excited to announce that I was nominated and then unbelievably chosen to be a finalist in this years Networking Mummies Awards. I was nominated by Tarryn Hunt from Mum’s That Care who has a son called Samuel aged 9.  Samuel was struggling with his times tables and division at school so Tarryn played some […]

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Utterly mad maths methods or maybe ok?

This article has been causing a lot of debate on Facebook over the last few days.  (I actually think it’s quite a good article.) It’s all about the American ‘Common Core’ maths system that promotes doing maths differently.  By that I mean – not like when you were at school and it was the ‘old […]

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Handwriting Help

If pencil grips aren’t helping your kiddos with handwriting, then you might want to try this book: ‘Speed Up!’ I have a well ‘thumbed copy’ and it’s worked well to improve fine motor skills and hand strength which helped handwriting to become neater. It was recommended to me by a teacher who’s school was using […]

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FINALIST – Venus Awards!

Wow wow wow!  I have just heard that I am through to the FINAL of the Venus Awards! http://venusawards.co.uk/ in the Home Based Business Category. This means that I will be going to the ball on the 18th June to find out if I have won….. I sooooooooooooooooo want to win!!! There were more applications than ever […]

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Bal-A-Vis-X My Experience

I’ve just completed my first Bal-A-Vis-X training workshop in London (sponsored by Usha Patel www.integratedbrain.co.uk) with Bill Hubert the founder of Bal-A-Vis-X.  This is my experience of this brain – body therapy. First let me explain a little: Bal-A-Vis-X is a series of some 300 exercises, most of which are done with sand-filled bags and/or racquetballs, often […]

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Wiltshire Dyslexia Conference

FREE CONFERENCE at Sheldon School, Chippenham, on Saturday 24th November 2012, 10am – 3.30pm.  The conference, aimed at parents, carers and teaching staff will be a free event including lunch and refreshments and will focus on free and cheap solutions for dyslexia using assistive technology at home and in the classroom.  There will be expert […]

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DYSPLA Festival

DYSTHELEXI PRESENTS DYSPLA FESTIVAL   DYSLEXIC STORYMAKERS Tristan Bates Theatre: 6th November – 10th November 2012                                                                   Press/Gala & Wine Reception: 6th November […]

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