Children who read more typically do better in school, develop better learning skills and have a greater love of reading. Encouraging your child to appreciate books will not only enrich their lives but will prepare them to succeed in the classroom and in their future careers. Click here for the steps to follow at school!
Children who read more typically do better in school, develop better learning skills and have a greater love of reading. Encouraging your child to appreciate books will not only enrich their lives but will prepare them to succeed in the classroom and in their future careers. Click here for the steps to follow at home!
1. Strategy We get it! Not all children learn the same. Individualized education plans are a crucial component of all of our programs. UP Academy is committed to holistic education. We develop future leaders with global vision, moral character, intellectual ability and deep compassion for humanity. 2. Independent We do not accept any government funding […]
Busy Parent’s Guide to Helping Your Child Wind Down and Gear Up for the New School Year In this parents guide getting ready for the new school year, we dive deep. With the school year gearing up, going back to a routine can be difficult. Now is the time to ease them back into routines, […]
Five Strategies to Help Your Child Succeed in School Are you wondering how can I help my child succeed in school? Kids are a full-time job! But among the seemingly never-ending list of important tasks, one of the best things you can do for your child is to ensure their schooling experience is successful and […]
Question: When is the brain most open to suggestions? Answer: The ten minutes before you fall asleep. This is why rich and empowering bedtime stories are so crucial for children. One of the most brilliant, self-development books for children is The Little Engine That Could. This is a classic story of developing growth mindset and […]
It’s week 8 of self-isolation and we’ve had some time to breath – not to be confused with relaxing, however. We’ve settled into somewhat of a new normal with our little ones adapting alongside. We’ve seen parents assisting teachers, teachers assisting parents and students assisting parents. The new world of learning has officially emerged and […]
The clock strikes midnight! You run from your palace thinking do I move forward or stand still? Just like Cinderella did, you continue to move forward, in a marathon fashion. COVID-19 has landed. It’s ‘GO’ time! Our students are our number one priority and the question wasn’t whether this or that; it was how quickly […]
Prepping for exams, both mid-terms or finals begins at the start of the term. If you reviewed just 10 minutes for each subject every day, you would not need to spend hours studying the night before an exam. So, what happens if you didn’t know that vital piece of information and now you are […]
Student Exam Writing Student exam writing can be challenging. As an educational strategist, parents often come to me with the following: “My child does really well on assignments. They bring their assignments home, they’re doing really well, and then they take an exam and they bomb. What’s up with that?” Parents go on to tell […]