Schools have reopened and parents have a new worry plaguing them, which sends them into panic mode: their children’s sorry behaviour in the classroom. Parents have a thin time trying to tackle the thick of such deportment.
We might not all be parents, but we are all most probably someone’s aunt, uncle, grandparent or elder sibling.
Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum City, District One - part of the master development Meydan - organised a “Family Fun Run” to encourage residents and their families to engage in a healthy and active lifestyle.
Parents of private school students in Dubai can now access a new guide dedicated to informing and empowering them in their journey of inclusive education. The new publication released by Dubai’s Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) provides information about parents’ rights and responsibilities and empowers them to be effective advocates for their children.
More than 72 per cent of families in Sharjah allow their children to use smartphones and devices, but over 37 per cent of Sharjah families do not monitor their children’s online activity, revealed a study conducted by the Child Safety Department
Recently a mother bear was caught on video trying to coax four of her rambunctious cubs across a busy Connecticut road has parents across the internet nodding in sympathy.
Cyberbullying, a downside of technology and the digital world, aggravated by the COVID-19 pandemic, could be overcome with parents and other older family members being the role models for their children or wards.
Children enrolling in FS1 or Pre-KG in schools starting in September must be three years old on or before August 31 of that year. Children enrolling in Pre-KG in schools starting in April must be three years old on or before March 31 of that year.
Being a parent was never easy as it involves constantly worrying about the child. However, it became even more challenging in modern times when various digital threats came to the stage. Such dangers as cyberbullying emerged with their ability to provoke stress, depression and social isolation. However, all can be prevented by maintaining prompt communication with a child and giving them a right stance regarding the Internet.