The term ‘growth mindset’ has been gaining in popularity over the decade. What exactly is it, and how does it benefit your child and his learning?

One of the first questions we googled when we became parents would most likely be: “What to feed my child?”

It is one of the most useful skills in writing stories, undoubtedly. But how to use it?

Every story needs a hero – so make it a good one.

Fact: A good story can’t exist without good characters. Also fact: Most students have difficulty developing one.

A good plot is crucial to a good composition.

You can’t escape the news. Children these days have never been in a world more interconnected, with information more readily accessible. It’s both a boon and a bane: it’s getting harder to shield our little ones from the harsh realities of the world, and yet, accessibility to information has opened so many opportunities and possibilities for your child; including new avenues to learn and master English.

Mathematics: It’s unavoidable. Present in our everyday lives. How then, can we encourage our children to love Maths?

As parents, we are endlessly reading about the importance of raising a reader. There’s truth in this though – there’s well-documented evidence to prove that reading is beneficial at every stage of a child’s development. But if reading happens to be like a constant battle of wills with your child, don’t worry! We’ve got your back with some tips for that.

Don’t waste time. Study smart.