Are you a British family who have recently moved to Singapore? You’re not alone! Singapore is a very popular place to live among people from the UK, with around 50,000 British expats currently living there. You’ll have most likely done all your research before the big move, but we thought
Raising environmentally aware young people has never been as valuable as it is today. In this new technologically-advanced world, it’s easy for kids to go a day without any experience or contact with nature. Encouraging a respect for the planet in your children is a positive step that you, as
Whether it’s your first move abroad or your fourth, it can be hard to know where to start when it comes to supporting your expat kids. As parents, adjusting to a whole new environment is rarely easy, let alone the exhausting months of planning and organising it takes to get
Ever wondered about schooling options in rural or remote Australia? Living hundreds of miles away from the nearest city has its challenges. For some kids living in these areas, mainstream school just isn’t an option. Luckily, though, with the advances in technology and better internet coverage throughout the ‘outback’, accessing
Arts education is important for children and young people for so many reasons. Studies have shown that learning creative subjects such as Art, Music and Drama have a positive impact on kids’ performance in other academic subjects. But there are a whole host of other benefits the arts have in
Looking for things to do with the kids in Singapore this summer? You’re in luck. There are endless options on the sunny island nation to keep the kids happy and entertained over the summer break. So much so, in fact, that we can hardly fit them in one blog post!
If you are experiencing school refusal by your child, know that you’re not alone. Each academic year, between 2% and 5% of children in the UK refuse to go to school. You’ll probably be all too aware that school refusal can be extremely distressing not only for the child, but
If you are home-educated in the UK or overseas, you may be wondering if and how you can take exams. The good news is, you can, and it’s not that difficult either! If you have been studying the English National Curriculum and want to take either your iGCSE or A-Level