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  • Navigating the Parenting Journey

    When I finally look back on my life and consider the biggest challenge I experienced, my hunch is that raising three children will be at the top of the list.  Over the years, my wife and I have played the roles of doctor, life coach, WiFi technician, nutritionist, mentor, teacher, psychologist...
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  • Why our children are the original large language models

    You may know that before I discovered teaching, I started out in life as an investment banker.  Well, I was a lowly analyst really, but I was fortunate in that I dealt with high tech advisory work for some interesting clients. Someone recently recommended a Podcast which continues to scratch th...
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  • The Plan for Play: Putting your child in charge

    Children who play more are healthier, happier and more successful at school. Of course they are! Play is the language of children - a developmental necessity. It is through play that they learn to understand themselves, one another, and the world around them. Play breeds curiosity and creativity, bu...
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  • Could AI Save Education?

    Two news stories caught my eye this week.  Wayve, a British company developing an AI system for autonomous driving, is raising $1bn and poised to disrupt the emerging driverless car market with its machine learning algorithms.  The other quotes a Professor at Trinity College Dublin who lam...
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  • Snowplough, helicopter or tough love? Parenting in preparation for the adult world.

    I don’t know about you, but I find long distance solo car journeys provide a welcome opportunity to listen to a new audio book.  Over the weekend, during a rather long return journey to Snowdonia, I found myself engrossed in Abigail Shrier’s recent publication, ‘Bad Therapy: W...
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  • Fussy eating? A parent's guide to navigating picky palates.

    Parenting: there’s no two ways about it, a huge joy and also a challenge! Of the many challenges we face as parents, ‘fussy’ eating is one that comes up a lot. But why are some children so selective about their eating and what can we do as parents to support the development of heal...
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  • Would they really ban TikTok?

    Listening, as I often do, to the Today programme on Radio 4 each morning I was struck by two news stories today.  On their own, each was momentarily interesting - connected, they added flavour to the debate swirling around how we raise and educate our children and the long-term trend of increas...
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  • Happy Earth Day

    At Radnor, we're passionate about protecting the world around us and that is why we're committed to delivering a strong eco education and working together as a community to improve our school's environmental impact. Our Eco Committee of dedicated students, aims to drive meaningful cha...
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  • Sumo, Jackie Stewart and Radnor - what do they all have in common?

    As a younger man, prior to starting a graduate training programme at a US investment bank, I was fortunate to visit Japan.  I was perhaps 22 at the time and had recently graduated from university, keen on experiencing the world.  The trip started in the mega city of Osaka and I remember tr...
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  • Effectively managing your child's transition to secondary school.

    Transitioning from primary school to secondary school can be a big change for children, and parents play a crucial role in supporting their child during this time. Here are some tips from Alison Robinson, Head of House and Head of Art at Radnor, to help parents facilitate a smooth transition fo...
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  • Make a Difference - Our Day of Action

    Imagine a school where your child is encouraged to understand the world around them….
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  • Managing Exam Stress: A Parent's Guide

    As the summer exams approach, many students experience heightened levels of stress and anxiety. As parents, it is crucial to provide the necessary support and guidance to help your children manage their stress effectively. The following strategies will help you and your children navigate...
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