Successful habits create positive results!

Written by Renee Lighton on 30.04. Posted in Blog

Having spent the past 10 years facilitating workshops for parents and teachers, there is one truth I am sure of. Successful habits do create positive results. Our children are not born with toothbrushes and toothpaste in their hands! We however, value this successful habit as we know it will create positive results.

Encouraging a love of books and an interest in reading

Written by Renee Lighton on 30.04. Posted in Blog

Education is not the filling of a bucket, but the lighting of a FIRE - Yeats

The I CAN rather than IQ approach!

Written by Renee Lighton on 30.04. Posted in Blog

Aristotle said: All who have mediated on the art of governing mankind have been convinced that the fate of empires depends on education of youth.

Why engage?

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Between the ages of 0 and 6 years, we learn the most. Our learning starts from day one! Not just when we get to Grade 1. Pathways are developed, neurons are connected and the process of learning rockets!

Re thinking toys

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How many times have you heard this in a toyshop or a children’s party?
“Children are always more interested in the packaging than the toy.”
“I have no idea what to give a one year old. My mom always told me I was happiest playing with a pot and a wooden spoon!”

Guest Blog - Christo Spies

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"Excellence is the gradual result of always striving to do better." Pat Riley

Lead without a title - Robin Sharma

Written by Renee Lighton on 30.04. Posted in Blog

Lead without a title - Robin Sharma

Without a doubt it would be wise for us all to invest in leadership skills. If our curriculums - teachers and learners - embrace leadership principles, our thinking will shift.