September is the month when your teens can actually start on their UCAS application. Anne Coates whose book Applying for University The Essential Guide has just been updated for those applying this year, gives parents her ten top tips on what to expect.
Competition for university places has never been so high as students seek to avoid the higher tuition fees. Anne Coates, author of Applying to University The Essential Guide, offers advice and guidance for parents and students on this very special day.
Sometimes it feels as though the whole family is taking exams – they have a way of taking over everything! And although you can't take the exams for them, you can certainly make life a little less stressful for tense teens by following Anne Coates' top ten tips.
Whether your child has just started school or is in the sixth form, parents' evenings can be daunting and unsatisfactory. Read Parenting Without Tears' top ten tips to get the most from your school meetings.
Supporting your teenager's career choice can be difficult, especially if your teenager has unrealistic expectations. Jayne Bailey, Head of Curriculum at the National Enterprise Academy, explains why parents shouldn't be worried if their teenager has ambitions to become the next Richard Branson or Peter Jones.