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Help your Child Handle Negative Thinking

Wednesday, April 27th, 2022

As a parent, we bet you’ve heard the following negative phrases endless times: I hate that subject! I hate myself! I just can’t do it! I can’t do anything right! Everyone else is better than me! From primary school children to those studying GCSEs, sometimes our children can be their own worst critic. It’s hard […]

Face the Fear to Get Ahead

Tuesday, January 4th, 2022

Fear can strike at any time, can’t it? And it can be so debilitating. After all, if you tell yourself often enough that you are: No good at something Can’t do it …. you start believing it. Our children, too, can get caught up in a cycle of negative thinking about school. Left to fester, […]

I just don’t get it! What to do if your child is struggling too

Friday, November 26th, 2021

How many parents have heard, ‘I don’t understand’? Have you? Beneath this short phrase is a massive can of worms. Once open, it can spiral out of control – fast! First, you need to work out the trigger – and it’s not as easy as you’d think. Some children don’t want their parents to know […]

How to Get Mind and Body Fit

Friday, October 30th, 2020

ANY exercise will boost brain power, increase resistance to illness and help concentration levels. That’s why getting your kids to move more can have a massive impact on their health and school achievements. As we explored in our last post, ‘Can Exercise Really Boost School Performance?’ getting fit is a no brainer. But where do […]

Can Exercise Really Boost School Performance?

Saturday, October 10th, 2020

Are your children often glued to smartphones, consoles or computers? Very different to how we grew up: running about outside after school, climbing trees and meeting mates in the park were commonplace. Not so now. Yet studies have proven that physical exercise really does boost learning. How? And what benefits are there? Why exercise is […]

Be an Online Learning Ninja

Monday, September 28th, 2020

Online education is transforming how young people learn across the globe. In fact, online tuition ticks so many boxes for busy parents and young people nowadays, it explains why demand has gone through the roof here at 121 Home Tutors… Though we still provide the best in face-to-face tutoring across Manchester and Cheshire, we also […]

How to spot if your child has mental health issues

Tuesday, March 24th, 2020

Mental health issues strike most of us at some point in our lives. If you are a regular reader, you’ll know that we often mention student stress, anxiety and mindfulness as young people are now affected by it more than ever before. Children go through a testing time through puberty as it is, so it […]