Covid-19 – The Parents’ Show asks for parents

2020-03-21T21:29:46+00:00March 21st, 2020|

In the current climate, there is only one topic to discuss on the show - Covid 19. We had a selection of guests to address the many concerns and worries of parents in the light of the biggest health crisis in modern history. Verity Hill, Virologist will be helping us understand exactly what we are [...]

Literacy and our Children – Kathy & Lydia on the Parents’ Show

2019-07-15T20:54:57+01:00July 12th, 2019|

Literacy Difficulties – it is school report season – this is the time parents often get feedback on how their child is doing during the year but for some parents, feedback from school, teachers, and reports might raise questions, worries and thoughts of what help is required next. It is also transition time, when children move between primary and secondary schools. For children struggling with literacy difficulties, this can bring more challenges and for parents, it might feel like starting all over again.

The Summer Slide

2014-08-26T21:59:00+01:00August 26th, 2014|

Tonight we discuss what fun and targeted activities parents can do with their children over the summer to make sure the return to school in September isn't too much of a shock to the system. We speak to Roy Broadfield from Impact In Learning, Tina Bourne from St John’s Green Primary School in Colchester and [...]

Unlocking Children’s Potential

2014-06-24T13:06:00+01:00June 24th, 2014|

Guests include Beth Parmar from Superkids, coach Neil Kirby from Red Rubber Ball and top head teacher Eddie Gaynor from Astley Cooper School in Hemel Hempstead. The discussion revolves around how we, as parents, can try various strategies to support all our children reach their personal potentials - cognitively, socially, physically and emotionally.


2019-05-29T14:32:32+01:00May 23rd, 2014|

We are talking about fostering on this show, joined by Margaret Attwood, senior practitioner with the Fostering and Adoption Team (Herts CC), foster carer, Carolyn Devereux and Tom, who helped us understand the experience of arriving into care at a tender age.