If you’re looking for parenting help and advice from someone who really understands the challenges raising kids can bring, then you’re in the right place. With over 25 years experience working with children and having raised two kids of her own, Sue really knows how to make positive changes in any family.
Regularly featured on ITV’s This Morning and many other TV and radio shows, her advice is much sought after due to her positive, guilt-free attitude and effective solutions. The Sue Atkins Parenting Blog is where Sue shares some of her best advice to help you raise confident, resilient, independent kids. With new posts featured every few days you’ll always find something new, interesting and relevant to read.
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I’m always encouraging my parents to create their own family traditions from bike rides to bowling, from having a film night in with popcorn to having a Sunday Lunch together as it builds memories that last a lifetime. I also love exploring and I came upon this really interesting article about […]Read more
Handling change is one of life’s greatest challenges and is a major element in my work with parents & my intention is to help parents handle change positively and with clarity, direction and confidence. Change is inevitable and although it’s perfectly natural to resist the changes in […]Read more
¿Puedes creer que tu hijo ya comenzó la escuela? Como puede ser un poco desalentador para ti y tu hijo, aquí te damos unos consejos útiles. Read more here Antes del gran día, asegúrate de hacerle saber a tu hijo las expectativas. En las semanas previas a iniciar […]Read more
As a former Deputy Head and Reception Class Teacher I was horrified to read today that four-year-olds are often ‘not physically ready’ for school due to competitive parenting, iPads and screens all contributing to a decrease in a young child’s mobility that can impact on their academic learning. This […]Read more
Shiny new shoes – how to prepare yourself (and your child) for their new school! From the moment you play peek-a-boo with your baby, you are preparing them for the process of moving away from you and learning about independence. Separation can be a difficult emotion not […]Read more
I used to be a Deputy Head and Class teacher and I know first hand about teaching in a Reception Class where children first start school at 5 here in the UK. I’ve also watched as education has become obsessed with data – stressing over whether 5 year olds have […]Read more
As a former Deputy Head and Class Teacher I read with interest today’s article in The Telegraph about a campaign to delay the start of formal education until the age of seven which is backed by the former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams. While I can […]Read more
Today the news is full of the idea that some premature babies should start school a year late to give their brains time to develop, according to research conducted by Bristol University. The idea follows a study which found that boys and girls born early are 50 […]Read more
New term worries – sorted! Here’s my advice in the Tesco Magazine today. Tips for making the transition into secondary school or university easy and panic-free Secondary school 1. ‘Get everything organised and bags packed the night before to avoid a panicked rush,’ says teacher Charlotte […]Read more
Shiny new shoes – how to prepare yourself (and your child) for school! From the moment you play peek-a-boo with your baby, you are preparing them for the process of moving away from you and learning about independence. Separation can be a difficult emotion not only for […]Read more
When I was a Deputy Head teacher I taught 35 Reception aged children (4-5 year olds) and I saw a Mum do this wonderfully simple, but really reassuring thing at the door of my classroom one day, which I have often told people about since. Before saying goodbye, kiss your […]Read more