When we are first born our parents are all that we have in this world. We would not be who we are today without them. Our parents are the people we look to for support and guidance. They are supposed to keep us feeling safe at all times and make sure as children that we follow their rules. However, as humans, we are all capable of making mistakes. As a child, we do not often think of our parents as ‘just humans’ we see them as more than that. These people we call Mum and Dad are our guardians and … Continue reading Never Use These Phrases When Talking To Your Children
Friday morning and year 11’s assembly taking place. As normal, the students line up outside in the playground, in register order, with diaries out and the form tutors inspect the uniform of the students. Some might think it is an army camp rather then a school. The Head of Year appears, blows his whistle and the students fall silent. He instructs another teacher to let them in while he rushes to the assembly hall. There is a special assembly today regarding International Women’s Day which is going to be delivered by a Humanities teacher. The first class come into the … Continue reading All The Girls Go Missing From The Assembly! Where Did They Go?
Case study 1 KID :- Why some of your hair white dad…? DAD : – Every time you make me unhappy , one of my hair turns white… KID :- Now understand why grandpa’s hairs are all white… Moral :- Don’t be over smart… Case Study 2 Child : Mummy why Gandhi has no hair on his head…? Mummy : Because he only spoke the truth… Child : Now I understud why ladies have long hair… Share one of your funny jokes below… much appreciated And share this with all your friends and family 🙂 Continue reading NEVER ACT SMART WITH Today’s Generation..!.!
A parents comment on her daughters exam results, ‘When the results came out, she did better than I’d ever expected.’ I thought you’d like to hear this… Has that happened to you? What advice can you give that your child got those results? Leave a comment below and share with others 🙂 Continue reading Exam Results Exceed Expectations
It is the fourth lesson of the day and 20 minutes to go to lunch on a cold dull winters day in an inner city London school. As I’m teaching my year 11s, my phone vibrates in my pocket. I ignore the vibration and carry on teaching and the phone goes to voice mail. The phone vibrates again and this time I check the phone to see who is calling and it is the other half (my wife). I ignore it again and carry on teaching. It vibrates a third time and it is the wife again… now I start … Continue reading Something Serious Must Have Happened?
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You have three bags, each containing two marbles. Bag A contains two white marbles, Bag B contains two black marbles, and Bag C contains one white marble and one black marble. You pick a random bag and take out one marble. It is a white marble. What is the probability that the remaining marble from the same bag is also white? Our Solution: 2/3 (not 1/2) You know that you do not have Bag B (two black marbles) so there are three possibilities You chose Bag A, first white marble. The other marble will be white You chose Bag … Continue reading Bags of Marbles Puzzle
You have a basket containing ten apples. You have ten friends, who each desire an apple. You give each of your friends one apple. Now all your friends have one apple each, yet there is an apple remaining in the basket. How? Our Solution: You give an apple each to your first nine friends, and a basket with an apple to your tenth friend. Each friend has an apple, and one of them has it in a basket. (Alternative answer: one friend already had an apple and put it in the basket.) Continue reading Apples and Friends Puzzle
Many parents up and down the country are becoming anxious on their child’s SATs exams that are fast approaching. Well, if you as a parent give your child the correct support then they will be able to achieve those levels that they are capable of. Below are a few ideas on how to prepare your child for their SATs. Timetable: Make a timetable so your child will know what they will be doing, and when they will be doing it. Thereafter, stick to it by arranging other family activities such as shopping around it. Chores: If your child carries out chores around … Continue reading 10 Tips on Preparing Your Child for SATs
I thought I would share some New Year’s Resolutions that people make: I will lose weight by going to the gym. I will save £x amount this year. I will buy a new car. I will buy a new house. … Continue reading To Make Or Not Make a New Years Resolution?