Navigating the Maze Ahead for Your Child with DME

Every single child, parent, carer, family, professional, school and situation is different. This gives a rich tapestry of views and perspectives you will encounter with and [...]

Being an Equal Partner with Your DME Child’s School

In the past, parents and carers were told what was going to happen to their child in school. Then they were consulted. Then there was parental [...]

Choosing A School For Your High Potential Learner

Each child is different and one size will most definitely not fit all. The suggestions below are for parents and carers to consider, decide what is [...]

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Managing the Momentous Meltdowns of Children with High Learning Potential

From the Archive This article originally appeared in the Autumn 2013 print edition of Focus on Potential You are in the supermarket doing your weekly [...]

Looking after your Mental Health in 2020 by Neera Dhingra, Parliament Hill School

Looking after our mental health, and the mental health of those around us, is more important than ever in 2020, as we live through tricky times [...]

Home Education – May 2020 – by Michael Speranza

Michael is running a vPlus Parent Workshop on Home Education on Wednesday 27th May 8-9pm.  To find out more about the workshop visit:vPlus Parents - Home [...]

Flexi-Cat Diaries: An Accidentally All-The-Rage Special

When Flexi Schooling became Mainstream…Maybe…? Slightly Mad Mummy - In Slightly More Serious Mode! It goes entirely without saying that it has been, and still is, [...]

Coping in the Covid Classroom

In these unprecedented times, convention is going out of the window quicker than you can say defenestration. One of those conventions is school. This is an [...]

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