Monthly Archives: October 2018

The opposite of depression, misery, addictions and negative behavioural choices is purpose, connection, acknowledgement and a healthy sense of independence. Imagine if we could teach these valuable life skills to our children, from a very young age and within our home environments! Cindy Glass, Director and Co-founder of Step Up Education Centres says that the […]

Sunumbra P is a Natural Sunscreen with Organic Ingredients and a core purpose to make a difference inpeople’s lives as well as the environment by embracing the sunshine. Don’t damage your skin with chemicals to avoid getting sunburnt. Zinc Oxide, as a mineral sunscreen, is 100% natural, provides a high level protection for both UVA […]

When you’re told that your child will be born with a mental or physical disability, the news can be crushing and leave you with many doubts. Will you be able to provide for them? Will their childhood be as full of joy as the other kids? Will you have the stamina to carry on when […]

When it comes to medical aid, affordability is usually the biggest consideration.  However, monthly premiums should be weighed and balanced against the actual benefits and healthcare coverage being offered in order to make an informed decision.  The biggest question around medical aid costs is why healthcare inflation is rising at such an alarming rate and […]

Price: R235.00 (30ml Sunstick) Natural sunscreen for the whole family. Suitable for: The whole family. All skin types. Intolerant skins to chemical filters. Acne-prone skin. Indoor and outdoor use. How to use: Push from the base of the applicator so that 3mm of the stick appears and apply sunscreen to all exposed areas. Pay particular […]

By Sonia Jansen, Deputy Principal of Academics at Crawford Preparatory North Coast Recently, I’ve had the privilege of running a Nintendo Club for a group of over 40 children from Grade 5 to Grade 7. The Nintendo Schools League offers children the opportunity to game competitively in a safe environment under supervision. Only one game […]

Meet Fury, Stealth, Blaze and Razor; the BEST ferocious fingertip friends you’ll ever have! They’re fun and lovable and YOU CAN TAKE THEM ANYWHERE! These exclusive new Dinos’ are just a finger away. Dino’s chomp and growl, react to your touch and can move their head and eyes in pleasure or in aggression. It’s like […]

By: Farone Eckstein, Principal of Trinityhouse High Randpark Ridge A team player is constantly reliable day in and day out, not just some of the time. You can count on them to get the job done, meet deadlines, keep their word and provide consistent quality work.  Learning to work in a team is undoubtedly one […]

Over half of children spend an hour or less a day playing outside – that’s less than the average maximum-security prisoner in America! There are several reasons for this: an increase in screen time, greater emphasis on scheduled activities and achievements, and a shortage of safe outdoor spaces to play.  But there are also several reasons […]

By Alison Willems, teacher at Trinityhouse Pre-Primary Randpark Ridge Children are not little adults. They learn things primarily through their experiences and modeling their parents and others around them, rather than verbal explanations. Being kind to your child is more effective in teaching kindness than an explanation of why it is good to be kind. […]

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