One thing has been very noticeable during the pandemic: Huge numbers of parents questioning their maths skills as they oversaw their children’s home learning! Not that this is a massive surprise. Teaching methods have improved and expectations have increased since us mums and dads were at school. If you have struggled with your BODMAS and
You’ll no doubt be familiar with A Levels, but what about T Levels? They’re a new qualification that was launched last year and I’m delighted to welcome Gillian Keegan the Minister for Apprenticeships to Dadbloguk so readers can learn more about them.
A couple of weeks ago, a cheeky scamp posted a funny meme on a WhatsApp group I’m a member of. It was a joke about the diverse array of apps us parents are supposed to be using to oversee and monitor our kids’ remote, home learning. The photo was of a confused Mark Wahlberg looking…very
I want you to imagine for a moment that a school teacher, confidence coach and two renowned parenting experts walk in to a bar. They discuss the best ways parents can prepare their children for the transition from primary school to to Year 7. What would the result be? Would they come up with some