Many parents complain about the amount of homework their children are getting from school. The debate over whether students should receive homework from school has been ongoing for many years. On the ‘yea’ side are those who believe that
It IS a big deal! Why? How would he not do well after all the preparation he’s had? It has cost me a lot of time, effort and money. To crown it all, I’m so embarrassed to tell my friends.
I’ll start with a definition of education. It is a process of teaching, training or learning to develop skills and improve knowledge. It can be delivered in formal settings such as schools and universities – or informal settings such as
We all want our children in the best schools. Many of us look to the league tables or results tables to guide us in making this decision – and then we conclude that the schools with the best academic results
So now we’re fine with addition and subtraction. Our number bonds are just fine and we can answer simple questions mentally – without having to count on our fingers. Yaaay!! The times tables start off quite easy – counting in
“I know my child is very bright. In fact, I would say that his intelligence is above average. There are some really outstanding things he can do. But I feel there is a gap somewhere, especially in relation to his
Children need a good understanding of numbers and number relationships for in order to cope well with maths in school, developing their skills in logical thinking and problem solving. Number skills can be learnt at a very early age by