Caroline Penney will bring her wisdom as a parent, grandma, family therapist and lifelong parent-educator to run a parenting workshop in the magical Secret Garden at Stroud’s Museum in the Park on Saturday 17th November.
The Natural Storyteller has been awarded a Gold Medal in the 2018 Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards! Launched in 2007, the awards are intended to bring increased recognition to exemplary children’s books and their creators, and to celebrate children’s books and life-long reading.
Snow is falling on Pettson’s farm, and Christmas is approaching. Findus, the talking cat, tells Pettson that he is excited about the Yule Tomte visiting and bringing gifts. Oh dear, thinks Pettson, How can I explain that the Yule Tomte may not visit cats?
Hawthorn Press’s new poster wall from Ken Sprague (1927- 2004), people’s artist, and Lucy Guenot, Stroud printmaker.
Whilst individual programmes are effective in improving motor skills of school-aged children presenting with various problems, there is also a growing number of children who are entering the school system with inadequate motor and language skills to meet the demands of the classroom and the curriculum and realise their potential.
“Children arriving at school unable to speak or read properly is a scandal”, minister says. This finding comes as no surprise and mirrors a general decline in children’s physical readiness for school in terms of the motor skills they need to support learning (EYE July 2018). Perhaps the most worrying trend is an apparent lack […]
Mervyn Hyde has written and thoughtful review of Free, Equal and Mutual: Rebalancing Society for the Common Good for the AHPB newsletter of Self & Society, the international journal for humanistic psychology.
This popular second book from Margaret Bloom is now out in a paperback edition (with flaps). Projects will capture your child’s imagination, from a daring dragon-riding marionette to a pretty butterfly garden mobile and a beautiful greenwood wall-hanging complete with dandelion fairy.