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How Much to Spend on Your Kids at Christmas

The supermarkets are stocking mince pies and the sound of Christmas music can be heard once more, which can only mean one thing – it’s almost time for Christmas. For many of us, this means it’s time to start thinking about how much to spend on Christmas gifts per child.

Christmas Gift Ideas to Teach Kids About Money

The festive season is a time for giving and receiving, but trying to think of original Christmas gift ideas for kids seems to get harder every year. This year, why not try giving a unique Christmas gift that’ll not only teach them about money but also help them to build good money habits that could last a lifetime.


Parents’ Guide: How to Do Christmas on a Budget

As winter fast approaches, there’s a special kind of magic in the air that only Christmas can bring. The promise of family gatherings, laughter, and of course the joy of giving, are all factors that build towards the excitement of Christmas . While we all want to show our kids how much they mean to us, it’s important to remember that the best gifts don’t need to come with a hefty price tag, especially if you’re wondering how to do Christmas on a budget.


Christmas tips for parents: How to enjoy a stress-free Christmas with your kids

The build-up to Christmas can often make children overexcited, and with all the extra sugar and lack of sleep, it can mean big emotions tend to take over. This can leave parents feeling overwhelmed and under pressure to deliver a magical Christmas while managing budgets and expectations for everyone. If you’re hosting this year or want to try some tips for Christmas that will help make the big day stress-free, our blog could help.


How to help your child make friends at secondary school

Starting secondary school can be a daunting experience for anyone, but it can be especially difficult for children who are shy or introverted. If your child is starting secondary school, you may be wondering how you can help them make new friends, especially if they are joining without any friends from their previous school. We explore some tips on how to help your child make friends at secondary school, how to build their confidence and how to help them settle into the new school year.


4 money-saving tips to enjoy Halloween on a budget

With Halloween just around the corner, kids will be getting excited at the thought of wearing their favourite costume and going on a night of trick-or-treating. However, it can get quite spooky thinking about all the money you might need to spend on a new costume, decorations and all the sweet treats. Figuring it out doesn’t need to be frightening – we’ve pulled together our top money-saving tips to help you enjoy Halloween with the kids on a budget.


5 ways to teach your child how to save money

Saving money isn’t always that easy but by teaching your child at a young age, they’ll be able to build good money habits to use throughout the rest of their life. We have rounded up our top tips to help you teach your child to become a savvy-saver.


Secondary school essentials checklist for parents

With just a few weeks of the summer holidays left, the new school year is on the horizon and for many, it means the start of secondary school. Our secondary school essentials checklist covers what equipment you’ll need for secondary school and will help you to get prepared before the new school year starts.