It's rare that a child doesn’t come at home at some point during their educational career and moan that they "hate their teacher." But how do you know when to take the complaint seriously and what to do about it?Read Full Story
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Cass Chapman, a London-born journalist, can now be found in deep Dorset, living happily by the sea. After studying in the US, writing a book in Barcelona, and freelancing on all things Spain from Madrid, she is back in the UK, writing for a variety of publications including Elle, GQ, Conde Nast Traveller.com, Vogue, Glamour, The Telegraph and the Independent, to name but a few. Her main areas of interest are food, travel, fashion and photography. When not buzzing about town between work meetings, she can be found cycling in the gorgeous Isle of Purbeck.
Everyone is enjoying their summer break, but the kids will be back at school for the autumn term before you know it. There are a few cool accessories now available that will make both their life, and yours, a little easier (and they'll look fabulous too).Read Full Story
There are high hopes for the Olympic heroes competing for British Gold this summer and they are worthy of such acclaim. Hosting the games is only adding to the pressure and the build-up has been immense, but we have a team we can be extremely proud of already.Read Full Story
Paris is heavenly at any time of year but these early summer months are divine for the gentle warm air that floats across the Seine, the squares that are lit with sunshine (perfect for some champagne drinking) and the Spring-Summer collections hanging in every boutique. Book a weekend away and hop on the Eurostar for a laid-back, relaxed weekend abroad without the hubbub of flying.Read Full Story
Just two hours from London, the glistening city of Palma on the island of Mallorca has it all. Small but perfectly formed, it's the perfect capital city for a weekend of sun, sangria and Spanish paella. The island itself is magical, boasting everything from romantic bolthole B&Bs to Bikram yoga, painting classes to Pilates, but those wanting a simple weekend away would do well to stick to the capital, Palma. Built around the sensational 14th-century sandstone cathedral, the city is a gorgeous hub of cobbled streets, olive trees and teeny-tiny plazas, with stunning hotels and restaurants peppered throughout. It's a very brief cab ride from the airport and a short flight so, fly out in the morning, and you can be poolside by lunchtime.Read Full Story
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