From Job Frustration to Job Satisfaction: Why Plumb Learning CIC Franchise Opportunities are Perfect for Parents

Calling all parents! Are you tired of working a job that doesn’t bring you joy? Or perhaps you’ve taken a break from your career to raise your children and are now looking for a flexible opportunity that fits around your family life. If this sounds like you, then you’ll want to hear about the amazingContinue reading “From Job Frustration to Job Satisfaction: Why Plumb Learning CIC Franchise Opportunities are Perfect for Parents”

From Humiliation to Tragedy: The Real Cost of Denying Students Access to Toilets

As children and young people grow up, they are taught about the importance of independence, self-confidence, and self-reliance. However, in many schools, children’s bodily autonomy is restricted, particularly when it comes to toilet usage. This can have serious consequences for their physical and emotional well-being. Denying children and young people the opportunity to use theContinue reading “From Humiliation to Tragedy: The Real Cost of Denying Students Access to Toilets”

Empower Yourself: Develop Essential Life Skills with Home Ed Plumbing Courses Manchester.

Calling all home-educated children in Manchester! Are you ready to learn some exciting new skills that will make you the hero of your home? Then you’ll be thrilled to know that plumbing courses are now available for you to enrol in starting this April! You may be wondering, “Why plumbing?” Well, let me tell you,Continue reading “Empower Yourself: Develop Essential Life Skills with Home Ed Plumbing Courses Manchester.”

Ensuring Fair Play and Success for Young People with SEND: How Changing Game Rules Can Undermine Confidence and Engagement

As human beings, we all crave consistency and predictability in our lives. We want to know what to expect and how to prepare for it. This is especially true for young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)…

Mythology and its link to modern day injustice

Why do schools paint Medusa as a monster?  Medusa is one of Greek mythology’s most famous characters. For years throughout school, my classmates and I were taught that Perseus was a hero who killed the monstrous Medusa. It wasn’t until a few years ago that I leaned the truth of the story and Medusa quicklyContinue reading “Mythology and its link to modern day injustice”

Plants Wordsearch

Have you ever have a nosebleed? Did yours have white petals? Test your knowledge of plants with our fun wordsearch!

Making Allotments Accessible: How to design an inclusive space.

When you think about Permaculture and diversity what comes to mind? Probably your first thought is biodiversity right?. The national geographic society defines biodiversity as a term used to describe the enormous variety of life on Earth. The conversation is all about biodiversity at the moment and for good reason. Diversity of plants and animalsContinue reading “Making Allotments Accessible: How to design an inclusive space.”

Tips For Preserving Food At Home

With fuel shortage and food scarcity becoming more and more common place in the UK there has never been a better time to learn how to preserve food. Simply put it allows you to make food last longer. Whether you choose to use canning, picking, drying, freeze drying, fermentation, curing or freezing or a mixture.Continue reading “Tips For Preserving Food At Home”

How to make friends as a home ed mum

I’ve lost count of the amount of times I had people say to me ‘oh it must not make a difference this lockdown to your child if they were home educated anyway’.  The truth couldn’t be further from the truth! We have all been affected in one way or another and children have, and stillContinue reading “How to make friends as a home ed mum”