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How to save up for your child’s education

Every parent in the world will worry about their child’s future at some point, with statistics showing that 23% of parents expect to use their life savings to fund their child’s education. To give your child the best education possible, you should take a look at the following are tips which will help you achieve financial security and support your child’s education. One of the best ways to generate income for your child’s education is through investment such as real estate which can offer both short-term and long-term profits. You should start by opening up a savings account separate to your current account, and you could set up a direct debit to send a specific amount each month to the savings account, which can be in yours or your child’s name.

Updating Your Wardrobe for Spring

For the warmer months, nothing beats a loose fitting dress for keeping you cool and providing a little protection from the sun. There are some wonderful maxi dresses available, but, if you prefer something shorter you can get your hands on mid-length dresses too. You are going to notice this hippy style pattern being used a lot for all kinds of clothing. Generously cut, high-waisted, tapered trousers worn with a loose jacket is a great look, especially for the evenings when it is not so hot.

Brands of the World

Have you ever thought about the all the different brands you’ve been seeing when you travel the world and recognising that actually some are very similar to the brands you see at home. It’s interesting to see changes towards your normal go to brands you typically come across day to day and how they’re named differently in other countries. The cereal was renamed to ‘Cocoa Rice Krispies’ in 2003 in the United States, and in 2006 the name was changed back to the original ‘Cocoa Krispies’ after a single marketing scheme. Thank you for reading, Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Su blogs at Ethan & Evelyn.

Premier League Writing Stars is Back!

This year there will be 10 top prizes for foundation phase pupils and 10 top prizes for Key Stage 2 pupils to win. Poems published in an official Premier League Writing Stars book * An invitation to a national celebration event and the chance to meet other poets Poems will be judged on the correct use of vocabulary, tone, figurative speech, effect, appeal, and originality, while sticking closely to the theme of diversity. Find out how your school can be involved with Premier League Primary Stars and for the latest exciting curriculum-linked resources across maths, literacy and PSHE… Find out more in the link below and please pass it on if you can.