Most of our Phonics Stars™ attendees and followers know that all of us from the Phonics Stars™ family wants to make a difference and raise awareness of the importance of muscle development! Please take the pressure away from writing before your Child is ready. It is very important that their little muscles are strong enough
Sometimes you may experience an interview in the media, or watch a virtual reality business game show, in which a business leader user tells the world how ‘passionate’ they are about the PVC windows, cup cakes or novelty toilet roll holders they produce. Perhaps this is true on some occasions; but it rarely ‘rings true’.
Although Phonics Stars™ Licensed Class Leaders mainly work with two to five year olds, we are highly tuned in to the impact that the use of digital devices has on Children, both while they are Pre-school age and before. This polemical broadcast shines a light on the impacts that Parents use of digital devices is
Sid is at the younger end of the age spectrum of Children that attend our Classes but that has not stopped him proving that he is just as able as some of the other four and five year olds! Aged just two years and three months, Sid has been using some of our activities to
International Women’s Day is a worldwide event that celebrates women’s achievements – from the political to the social – while calling for gender equality. It has been observed since the early 1900s and is now recognised each year on March 8. It is not affiliated with any one group, but brings together governments, women’s organisations, corporations and charities.
Phonics Stars™ is starting 2017 by welcoming additional, engaging and passionate Licensed Class Leaders to join our growing national network. We are looking for enthusiastic, energetic evangelists with a passion for inspiring Pre-school Children to get a head start, ready for the early years in school. If you have a gift for engaging Children, you
By the age of 3 or 4 years old, a Child should have mastered the bilateral skill known as “crossing the midline” – which means using both sides of the body together. This is the ability to move one hand, foot, or eye into the space of the other hand, foot or eye. We cross
Yet another report out to raise the profile of the issues faced by many of our youngest Children. This time Save the Children has provided some useful insights. You can read the piece here http://www.savethechildren.org.uk but the findings can be easily imagined using just the three sub-headings Far reaching consequences. More must be done. Challenging misconceptions.
The new term is well underway and its lovely to welcome so many new Children and Families to all of our Classes, and to catch up with all those who are starting their second or third year with us. We are always grateful to those Parents and Carers who take the time to provide reviews