It’s Never Too Early: 3 Tips To Get Your Baby Ready For Preschool

6 March 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Now that you're a new parent, you want what's best for your baby. If you're like most parents, you've probably already started thinking about their education. It's never too soon to start thinking about your baby's future. If you're going to be sending your baby to preschool when they're old enough, now's the time to start preparing the foundation for their success. Here are three simple steps that will help you get your baby ready for preschool. Read More 

3 Reasons Why Religious Parents Should Send Their Children To Faith-Based Schools

30 November 2015
 Categories: Education & Development, Articles

Many first-time parents who come from religious families are often met with one common problem – should they send their children to a public, private, or faith-based school? Whilst each school has its merits, there is no better option available to a religious family than to send their children to a faith-based private school. Below are three main reasons why: A Higher Standard Whilst there is always a push for state schools to perform as well as private schools, the state system hasn't quite caught up with the standard obtained by private schools. Read More 

Black Ice: What You Need To Know

10 November 2015
 Categories: Education & Development, Articles

Black ice is one of the biggest dangers that you can encounter on the road today. Black ice is a hidden danger that can impact your driving without you ever realizing it. Whether you are currently taking driving lessons or you have had your license for a long time, it's important to know what black ice is, why it's dangerous, and what to do if you encounter it. What Is Black Ice? Read More 

5 Alternative Classroom Birthday Treats Ideal For Younger Children

3 November 2015
 Categories: Education & Development, Articles

Every school year, numerous children get a special day in class where their birthday is celebrated and honored. Long gone are the days where it's OK to just send in a platter of cupcakes and let everyone chow down. Peanut sensitivities, gluten-free diets, and artificial ingredient restrictions have made it tough to plan meals. Luckily, celebrating a classroom birthday for your younger child has plenty of other options. This includes celebrations at both traditional schools and child care centers with preschool programs. Read More 

Should You Become A Medical Assistant?

21 October 2015
 Categories: , Articles

If you're stuck in a job that leaves you too mentally and physically drained at the end of the day to enjoy the time spent with family, you're likely considering a career change to avoid total burnout. However, with bills and responsibilities, you may not feel you have the time to invest in your education by going to college full-time for the next four years. If you've always enjoyed jobs that allow you to interact with a diverse population and perform a number of skilled duties, you may be able to find your niche as a medical assistant -- without spending much additional time in school. Read More