All Posts by Kelly Kemp

[59] Improving your child’s focus and concentration, with Dr. Thomas Dannhauser

Improving your child’s focus and concentration The ability to concentrate is the key factor in determining overall school, university, and career success. It is, therefore, crucial for health and wellbeing. About Dr. Thomas Dannhauser Dr. Thomas Dannhauser is a medically qualified consultant and research psychiatrist with more than 20 year’s clinical experience in the NHS, […]

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[58] Don’t let a learning difference stop you in your tracks with Elisheva Schwartz

Don’t let a learning difference stop you in your tracks Preparing for GCSEs and A Levels can be incredibly difficult for students with learning differences; the very real pressure to do well can have a detrimental effect. In this episode, I talk to Elisheva Schwartz about how she came to realise her own learning differences […]

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How to stop nagging your child about homework and revision

Many of the parents I work with, particularly those in my Facebook group, Supportive Parents, Successful Students, tell me that they’re worried that they are nagging their children too much when it comes to homework and revision. They don’t like nagging, and worry that it will end up damaging their relationship with their child. Do […]

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How to persuade your parents to join The Extraordinaries Club

Maybe you’ve been following my blogs for a while and you’re signed up to my email newsletter. Maybe you hang around my Facebook page or Twitter account hungrily clicking on my tweets to get more inspiration and how-to advice to move you forwards with your exams. And, maybe you’ve been checking out the information page for my membership for […]

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How to overcome disagreements with your other half about your child’s studying

I’ve noticed recently that some discussions in my Facebook group, Supportive Parents, Successful Students, have centred around what to do when you and your partner disagree on aspects of your children’s studies. It’s hard enough getting teens to stay on task at times, so when parents disagree on things like how much studying their child […]

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