I first came across the Children’s University, which is for 5-14 year olds, when my eldest was at school. I duly paid the money for the ‘passport’ and then did nothing else. The school, short of giving out the passports didn’t appear to do much else, and I didn’t look into it further so did
Sunday Day 47 – 16th February Usual Sunday swimming lesson for Bee in the morning and then just chilling in the afternoon. Managed to get the review live for the night light we had been sent to review: Ayat Al Kursi Night Light.
Imagine by Shoohada Khanom is a book that has been on our bookshelf for a while but I don’t think I have shared it before.
Disclosure: We we gifted the Ayat al Kursi night light for the purposes of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own. They Ayat al Kursi, also known as the Verse of the Throne is one that we should all know and hasten to teach our children. There are many benefits of the Ayat al
Sunday Day 40 – 9th February Swimming class in the morning and then ventured out in the storm in the afternoon to a Kidsfest that was happening. It was for up to 15 year olds but am glad I didn’t take the eldest as there really wasn’t that much for her to do based on the price
The brilliant Zippo’s Circus – “London’s Favourite”, and several times voted “Britain’s Best Circus” – is coming to Blackheath Common with a brand-new 2020 production titled ‘Nomads’. Enter our competition to win one of five VIP Ringside Family Tickets (2 adults and 2 children). Winners get free popcorn and candy floss for each member
Sunday Day 33 – 2nd February Swimming in the morning and then just chilled in the afternoon.
I can’t quite believe we have reached the stage of GCSE options, but yes it is time for my eldest to choose her GCSE subjects! It does seem like age 13 is too young for the children to be making choices which may impact their future. For some it is such a difficult choice, especially