Articles by

Clarissa Joshua

Clarissa is originally from the UK but moved to Australia with her family when she was 10. She studied Communications at the University of Queensland and has been writing ever since. An avid traveller and restless wanderer, she now resides in Spain where she worked as an English teacher for two years as well as a freelance writer. Now, Clarissa solely focuses on writing where she can work from any location as long as her trusted laptop is with her. When she’s not writing, she is at the beach, riding her bike, or curled up on the sofa with a good book.

From Toddlers to Teens: The Top 10 Children Confidence Building Books

Children confidence building books are a great way to increase your child's self-esteem. Read this to find out which books you need for your child, by age.

Why You Need a Star Chart to Reward, Motivate, and Educate Your Child

A star chart is a simple but effective way to reward your child for their great behaviour and completing tasks. Here are some awesome ideas for all ages.

Winning Revision Methods for the 11+ Non Verbal Reasoning Exam

Do you need to prepare your child for the 11+ non verbal reasoning exam? Click here to find out how to make this a fun journey and get top marks.

Save More Than Pennies With the Best Black Friday Deals for School

As you know, the cost of school supplies can add up quickly. Use this guide to find out what Black Friday deals are the best and where to beat the crowds.

What Are Some Easy GCSE Subjects and How to Make the Right Choices?

Is your teen about to decide which GCSE subjects to take? Read our list of easy GCSE subjects and top tips on how to make the right choices.

Goodbye A Level Algorithm: Why 2022 and Beyond Will Be Algorithm Free

The A level algorithm impacted students across the UK. Find out what went wrong, how it was resolved, and what the plans are for awarding grades in 2022.

How to Cope with Exam Failure: Best Methods for Parents and Children

Failing an exam might feel like the end of the world for your child but are there any positives to gain? Find out here how to cope with exam failure.

Antibullying Week 2022: What, Who and How Does it Help?

Antibullying Week is an important annual date in the UK calendar. Keep reading to find out what it is, how it can help your child and how to get involved.

The Importance of World Diabetes Day: 95 Events in 37 Countries

Want to learn more about World Diabetes Day and how you can get involved? Find out why this annual date is so important to the UK and what you can do.

How Odd Socks Day is Tackling Important Issues

Odd Socks Day is about more than just wearing mismatching socks. Find out how you and your child can get involved and tackle the serious issue of bullying.

Why Reading Aloud is Beneficial for Your Child and Strategies We Love

Did you know that reading aloud to your child not only helps you bond but is essential to their development? Click here to find out when you should start.

How to Know if Your Child Has Tourette's and Successfully Manage it

Do you think your child might have Tourettes? It's more common than you may think. We'll share symptoms to look out for and what steps you should take.

Halloween Costume Ideas 2021: The Cutest, Scariest, and Greatest Ever

If you're looking for Halloween costume ideas for your child, you've come to the right place! We'll share all the classics as well as those trending.

Top Tips on How to Keep Your Kids Safe on TikTok

TikTok can be a great escape for your child but it also poses real risks. We'll share what the dangers are and give you top tips to protect your child.

Diana Baumrind Parenting Styles: Why and How They Matter to Your Child

The Diana Baumrind parenting styles have been used by psychologists for decades. How can they can help you as a parent and ultimately your child?