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Independent Surrey Schools – where should I take my child?

Sorting out the perfect school for your child can be a stressful process, particularly if you’re not up to date on the best independent schools in your local area. While there are a wide number of public schools available, it is important to be able to provide the very best education for your child in an environment where they will ... Read More »

4 Cute Halloween Costume ideas for your kids (or pets)

Halloween can be a busy time for parents, whether you’re all up for getting dressed up and wandering around the neighbourhood looking for candy to fill your kids’ plastic pumpkins, you’ve got a fun evening of spooky games and scary surprises in store, or your kids just like sitting on the sofa and watching a creepy movie or two. Everyone ... Read More »

How to get your Kids to Save Energy

If you’re a family looking to save energy, then every member needs to get involved to make sure that you are successful. Sometimes it can be difficult to get children to participate. Here we take a look at how you can get your kids to save energy: Educate The most important thing that you can do with your children to ... Read More »

How does Shared Parental Leave work?

On April 5 2015, a new law about shared parental leave came into force to help parents arrange their work-life balance so that both partners can take time off work. This infographic by Citrix GoToMeeting illustrates how employees can benefit from this new legislation. Read More »

How to Choose the Right Pet for Your Family

Pets and children go well together, but before you rush out and buy a new friend for your kids, you need to think about whether a) you have room in your life for a pet and b) you can afford the bills associated with having pets. So assuming that the answer to both questions is “yes” here is a list ... Read More »

Keeping The Kids Busy This Summer

In just a few short weeks school will be out for summer, and they will relish their freedom. For many parents who work from home this is a wonderful time of year, being finally able to spend time with their little ones. For parents who work away from home and whose calendars are organised by the school routine, it can ... Read More »