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Mouth breathing and ADHD

Recently I did a free teleseminar comparing the benefits of nose breathing to mouth breathing. I have had a very positive response from lots of mouth breathers, saying things like “nose breathing calms me down”, “nose breathing makes a huge difference … Continue reading

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Is SEND at breaking point?

Yesterday’s article in the Observer, talks of a 26% increase in the number of court appeals, a total of 6374 appeals lodged in 2018-19. Full text below. So we have a “perfect storm” for special educational needs;  parents are desperately … Continue reading

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Does your child explode after school like a shaken soda can?

A problem with Soda cans is that when they are shaken enough, they tend to explode when opened. This can happen with our students as well. After a long day in school, they may be ready to explode at home. … Continue reading

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48XXYY children take to improving literacy through mental imagery

In May I was asked to speak at the 1st 48XXYY Conference in the UK, organised by the amazing #JocelynEldridge; an amazing 3 days, full of useful information. I worked with some of the boys in mini-workshops, teaching them how … Continue reading

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Our kids are here to teach us

Could we shortcut what our kids are trying to teach us “Our kids are here to teach us” is a well known phrase, but what are they here to teach us.  I once thought it was things like new technologies, … Continue reading

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Someone described me recently as “incredibly grounded”

This took me by surprise as i have worked for years on understanding more and more about grounding and the effects of it on your health and behaviours, with the feeling that there was always more to learn for me … Continue reading

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Dyslexia awareness week

This is dyslexia awareness week and I have 3 coaching tips to offer anyone who wants to change their experience with literacy and organisation : 1. Learn to visualise words, not just the shape of them, the whole word. Start … Continue reading

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