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Home, but not alone: Headstands, laughter, and how we’re getting connected

Headstands in stretch and strength lessons on the screen are part of getting connected in the new normal, writes Ruairi O'Duil in his latest...

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Our Student Poetry Competition – ideas to inspire young poets

With time at home, we think it's the perfect moment for young poets to enter our Student Poetry Competition, an event of our Arts...

Our super list of great ideas for kids at home

We've put together a super list of resources to keep kids of all ages (including big kids) engaged and entertained while they are at...

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Andrew Fuller: Talking to young people about the coronavirus

Many young people will be feeling bewilderment and fear as the coronavirus spreads. Leading psychologist Andrew Fuller offers ideas for parents and adults to...

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Home but not alone: Parenting like a boss, for one day only

With his reflexology business out of action, Ruairi O'Duil decided to become a super parent. Then life happened.

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How students can use time at home to surge ahead academically

Time away from school presents big challenges for senior students. Leading psychologist Andrew Fuller offers an action plan for students to not only survive,...

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At home with the little ones? Great ideas to keep the learning routine going – and have fun

The most important thing is to keep your child’s routine as close to the daily routine offered within their early learning service, writes Helen...

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My Tiny Humans: amid the anxiety, a time for gratitude, bravery, kindness – and hope

In these anxious times, our Tiny Humans blogger Natalie Moutafis is discovering the positives of her family self-isolating and being together.