Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of The Executive Council of Dubai, ordered the establishment of specialised centre for juvenile delinquents in Dubai.
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.
In these virus-driven times, protection from the coronavirus is the topmost priority across all sectors of society and tiers of living. And for that several must-dos have been laid out by health functionaries.
While some do not expect to receive a “thank you,” a group of women said it is good manners and right conduct, and a sign of good breeding to utter these two words. They said the virtue of gratitude must be part of childrearing and childcare.
There is virtue in gratitude and in being genuinely grateful. The two issues in regard to gratitude is that people aren’t grateful enough of times for enough if blessings or good things or even the not so good things.
Children are the most affected in the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. They have been forced to postpone all their external activities, particularly group play.
Bullying, particularly in schools, is a practice that should be totally banned. It has dangerous consequences for children who are at the receiving end.
In these unprecedented times, when isolation fatigue, gloom and the fear of losing a beloved has also come to grip children, taking care of their mental health is of paramount importance.
Half a million children in London will go hungry in the run up to Christmas if nothing is done to help them, a child poverty expert has warned. Andrew Read, head of education at London South Bank University, said the number of children living in food poverty