We are happy to stay connected and support your child’s learning while you are safely at home. This website offers guided learning opportunities that follow a similar classroom daily schedule. Children thrive with routine, especially when there is big change around them. Think about all the things you need to accomplish while you are at home and add in as much activity as you feel supports your child and your own needs. We are giving you a lot of resources with the intent that you will use what works for you.

Click here to view our schedule of webinars for 2021

Discover Age-Appropriate Activities

Stories:

Rhymes:

STEM Activities:

Indoor activities for all the family:

Activities for children aged up to three years:

Activities for children aged three and over:

Resources to help you manage this unique world we find ourselves living in:

Blogs and Articles:

 

Family Webinars:

All webinars run from 18:00 – 18:45 and can be accessed using the links below. Please do register for the live sessions even if you are unable to attend live, as you will be emailed a link to the recording for you to listen to at your own convenience. For the full schedule of Family Webinars, Click Here.

14th January: Reboot & Revive: Strategies for positive mental health - Register Now

Let’s start as we mean to go on…new year, new resolutions. Living through the pandemic and its impact on our routines has led to more open discussions around mental health.  Individuals who have not previously experienced anxiety, isolation or heightened stress find themselves tackling these challenges for the first time.  This interactive session explores strategies for maintaining positive mental health and increasing our awareness of how those around us are doing.

11th February: All Zoomed Out: Managing virtual interactions and relationships - Register Now

Since the arrival of coronavirus, increasing numbers are working from home and our work relationships have moved to the webcam.  And in our personal lives too we are Zooming and FaceTiming friends and family to keep in touch.  What do we need to pay attention to in these virtual relationships; what’s lost and what do we gain?  Join us for an open conversation about how we can manage our work and family relationships better in this new norm.

10th March: A Confident Return: Paying attention to profile following a significant period of leave - Register Now

After a period of lengthy leave from work, confidence can dip, career vision and values may shift and there will be times when you wonder if it’s all possible. Planning important conversations with significant people at work and at home is an important step. You can re-establish strong connections and perhaps build some new connections that will help you combine career and family. This session will explore how we identify our key stakeholders and nurture our network.