MULTIPLYING THEIR POTENTIAL

NESTLÉ NESPRAY brought together stakeholders in education and nutrition sectors both private and public in a panel discussion to discuss solutions aimed at boosting learner’s mathematics performance of primary school learners in the intermediate phase in South Africa. At the event they launched the NESTLÉ NESPRAY South African Mathematics Challenge, an annual competition for primary school […]

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Learn to say NO

Doting parents need to learn how to say ‘no’ to adult children still depending on them for financial help Some older people feel duty bound to help their children. This brings about an interesting question of when help is help or when it becomes a millstone to the helper. Sometimes people feel they are duty […]

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Helping your child make the most of repeating a Grade

When babies are learning to walk, they fall (or fail) many times over. Babies need to repeat the process (of learning to walk) over and over again, until they get it right and are able to move on to greater movement such as running, jumping and skipping. According to Cindy Glass, owner and founder of […]

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WHO Screen time debate

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently issued a new set of guidelines on “Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour and Sleep for Children Under 5 Years of Age.” But to read the mainstream media coverage, you would think it was all about “screen time.” Jordan Shapiro Nonresident Fellow – Global Economy and Development, Center for Universal Education “WHO Says […]

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