Category: Well-Being

October 17, 2019
What the “Soft” subjects taught me

As a student who took art and media studies as A levels, I've realised the importance of the two subjects as they have made me better appreciate the impact of art, the process of building a sense of individuality in the subject, as well as a detailed understanding of media, which has one of the […]

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October 11, 2019
Starting Secondary Education

Secondary School Already! (Solving the Mystery of Starting Secondary School) Where has the time gone? Your child is now starting secondary school. We have a few tips to share with you for your child to start secondary school successfully. RBIS follows the UK Curriculum and this means children start secondary education aged 11. It is […]

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September 24, 2019
Your child's social skills in kindergarten are more important than their academics

By Amanda Morgan Parents of young children tend to worry a lot about whether or not their kids are making adequate gains as they launch into their academic careers. "Can Johnny read the list of 100 high-frequency words?" "Does Betty know how to count to 500?" "Is Tom doing quantum physics yet?" While early education […]

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August 23, 2019
It’s science: Babysitting your grandkids helps you live longer 🙌

It's been a long week. You're stressed out from mama duties. You want to take a break over the weekend, but you don't want to burden your parents by asking them to babysit. They don't mind, of course, because they adore your little bundle of joy. But there's another good reason to ask: Science shows […]

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