Monthly Archives: January 2014

D is for Deferred Gratification and (Self) Discipline in the A to Z of a Flourishing Childhood.

Introduction The A to Z of a Flourishing Childhood series explores what makes for a happy, confident and successful childhood. I write about what makes a real impact on children’s lives: whether at home or at school, when playing with … Continue reading

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C is for Confidence and Competence: How to Avoid a Toxic Childhood and Flourish

What makes a real impact on children’s lives: whether at home or at school, when playing with friends or spending time alone? How can we set the scene to give children the best experiences for a happy childhood and to … Continue reading

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B is for Brain Development: an A to Z for a Flourishing Childhood.

What makes a real impact on children’s lives: whether at home or at school, when playing with friends or spending time alone? How can we set the scene to give children the best experiences for a happy childhood and to … Continue reading

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How to Create a Flourishing Childhood: an A to Z of What Children Need to be Happy, Confident and Successful

What makes a real impact on children’s lives: at home or at school, at play with friends or when doing their own thing? How can we set the scene to give children the best experiences to have both a happy … Continue reading

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