Is AMBITION a Dirty Word in Your House?

Young people in developing countries often have more aspirational career ambitions than boys in the UK, an international survey of 20,000 children suggests. While boys in the UK aimed to be footballers or YouTube stars, their counterparts in Uganda and Zambia wanted to be doctors or teachers. The study asked primary school children, aged seven […]

Are Kids Really Prepared For The World Of Work?

I am on LBC Radio with Andrew Castle discussing the new CBI campaign calling for reformed careers advice in schools to ensure every young person gets quality guidance and at least four interactions with working life by the age of 16. My daughter started her ‘proper’ job two weeks ago after leaving University so I have  a […]

My fascinating interview with Ger Graus, Director of Education for Kidzania.

AVAILABLE PUBLICALLY FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY I am delighted to have recently interviewed my friend Ger Graus OBE,  Global Education Director of Kidzania. Ger Graus is a renowned figure in the field of education where he is currently Director of Education for KidZania. Previously, he was the Founder of the Children’s University Trust. KidZania, where children […]

Hi I’m Sue Atkins I teach families how to be happier.

  Hi I’m Sue Atkins I teach families how to be happier. I was at a social event at Farleigh Court Golf Club the other day and someone asked me, ‘So, Sue, what do you do?’ I always find this a tricky question to answer as I do so many things but I just spontaneously […]