Supporting your student: putting together the assessment puzzle
In week two of our series, Supporting Your Student, speech and language therapist Rita Treacy explains which assessments might be needed and how to find the right support.
Katherine's Country: Sometimes normal English just doesn’t cut it
Katherine O’Leary’s grandson, Ricky, has a particular understanding of farming words that are reserved for the farmyard and fields
9 August 2023 Features
Life is too short to eat sad, tasteless food - I want my kids to know that
Diet culture is everywhere we look, and our kids are bombarded with it on social media. Accepting and loving our bodies as they are and celebrating what they can do for us it the key, writes Janine Kennedy
Editorial: what do you do when your kids hate your cooking?
As a chef, I thought my kids would be lining up for seconds of my home-cooked meals. Instead, I am increasingly relying on my sandwich-making skills writes Janine Kennedy.
2 August 2023 Features
'Adults started asking could I print pieces in their size; it just took off'
Nadia Cruikshanks of Fauna talks about designing for babies to adults, competing with the high-street; and her style icons.
19 July 2023 Fashion
As a parent, farm safety is always on my mind
Farm accidents largely happen under unique circumstances - having protocol in place and good communications are key to minimising the risk of them occurring. Janine Kennedy writes
19 July 2023 Features
Desperate Farmwife: millennial mothers were brought up to believe a big, fat lie
Whoever told us we could “have it all” obviously had no idea what kind of future we were facing into, writes our Desperate Farmwife.
10 May 2023 Features
Editorial: for one in almost five jobs, it is still worth just asking
With no state-supported monitoring of food service sourcing and previous efforts now defunct, are consumers - by not asking about provenance - knowingly turning a blind eye?
19 April 2023 Amii
Your kids are always watching you... and imitating you
As the weather warms and the garden grows, being outdoors is the best place to spend your "me" time - not just for you, but for the whole family. Janine Kennedy writes.
5 April 2023 Features