Yesterdays children to be or not to be

We believe that every child deserves to have the opportunity to grow and develop in a safe, secure, nurturing environment where he or she is accepted as a unique, worthy human being.

The following tips, for experienced and inexperienced elementary (primary) schoolteachers alike, are tried and true methods for reaching children with ADD/Dyslexia. Children with ADD/Dyslexia, typically have problems with inattention, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity. They often have difficulty paying attention in class and seem to shift aimlessly form one unfinished activity to another. These children generally appear restless, fidgeting constantly in their seats, playing with pencils or other objects, or disturbing nearby students. Many children with ADD/Dyslexia also have difficulty following their teacher's instructions or forming friendships with other children in the class. Like other children with disabilities, children with ADD/Dyslexia learn best when their teachers understand their special needs and individualise their educational program to meet theses needs.

Heathrow and Gatwick airports have advised all passengers to check the status of their flights before leaving for the airport as bosses scrambled to contain the fallout of the 'snowbomb'.

Yesterdays Children To Be Or Not To BeYesterdays Children To Be Or Not To BeYesterdays Children To Be Or Not To BeYesterdays Children To Be Or Not To Be